With any luck, most of us don’t have to deal with extinguishing a fire on a daily basis. But that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be prepared to!
Fighting a fire is a stressful and overwhelming act, so try to plan ahead with the right kind of extinguisher to limit the danger to yourself, your loved ones, and your home.
Let’s look at the five different types of fires that can happen and the correct way to extinguish them.
Winter in northeast Indiana is anything but boring. It can get bitterly cold, knock-you-over windy, and it can snow so much it feels like we live in a snow globe.
While it’s tough to predict what weather the winter season will bring, we know that we’ll face the same dangers to our homes from the weather every year.
Damage to your home from winter storms can be extra challenging because of the harsh conditions outside that usually remain during the winter.
Let’s take a look at some of the common ways winter storm damage can happen to your home and some of the precautions you can take to mitigate the damage.
The holidays are a time of year when our kitchens are packed with people and a frenzy of cooking is going on.
Unsurprisingly, more home fires tend to happen during the colder months of the year. But the kitchen isn’t the only place that’s in danger of fire during the holidays. To make sure you have a safe and happy holiday season, let’s take a look at some of the common causes of fires during this time of year and what you can do to prevent them.
We all know that black mold is bad, and that it likes to grow in wet, damp environments and that we don’t want it growing in our homes. But how do we stop something that is so pervasive?
Let’s look at how mold grows, what steps you can take to prevent it from growing after a flood, and what you can do to eliminate it if it’s already growing.
Fire safety is important all year, but it’s even more critical as we head into the colder months of the year.
Early detection remains the best defense for homeowners when it comes to staying safe and preventing injuries or death from smoke, fire, and carbon monoxide.
Let’s break down what you can listen for (and actions you can take) to give yourself the edge in fire safety.
Working for a restoration company is about more than just the technical know-how.
It’s about making a difference in the lives of people who are experiencing a loss or a tragedy.
That level of caring extends to its employees, too at Paul Davis of Northeast Indiana.
Are you currently working in construction, farming or similar JOBS and looking to get into a stable, rewarding CAREER? Paul Davis of Northeast Indiana, the industry leader in recovery, reconstruction and restoration, is GROWING and has opportunities for you to come in and GROW with us!
It’s no secret that Midwesterners love to grill — and many of us grill year-round! But there’s a right way and a wrong way to go about grilling safely, especially if you want to prevent your home from catching fire. Here’s what you need to keep in mind to grill safely this summer and prevent a fire in your home.
We get all kinds of different weather in northern Indiana.
The biggest offenders when it comes to causes of storm damage tend to be water-related.
Even if we can’t 100% predict the weather, we can predict the common causes of damage created during a storm. Let’s take a look at the different types of damage you can expect from storms and what to do after the clouds clear.
No one wants to head into their basement and find it filled with water. But accidents (and Mother Nature) happen, and no matter how much you try to prevent it, flooding happens. That’s why you need to know what to do if and when your basement floods. Here’s what you… Read more »