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Put Safeguards in Place Before Wildfires Peak in the Months Ahead

The 2018 wildfires in the western United States charred millions of acres, killed dozens and reduced entire towns to ashes. As devastating as last year was, federal officials predict that 2019 will be worse. Peak risks occur in August and September but veteran forecasters warn of significant fire activity into… Read more »

In Memory of Our Founder Paul W. Davis

“Our offices are a bit somber this morning,” said Rich Wilson, President and CEO of Jacksonville-based Paul Davis Restoration Inc on Friday, June 14th. “We learned today of the passing of our founder Paul Woodall Davis at the age of 92. I am so pleased that I got to visit him… Read more »

Paul Davis Finds Four More Ways to Pay Back Local Communities

With locations across North America, Paul Davis is privileged to call many wonderful communities home. We’re honored to better these communities wherever and whenever needs arise, whether responding to disasters or supporting local causes with volunteers and funds. The company and its employees found four more ways to give back… Read more »

2019 Extreme Weather Incidents Prove Disruptive, With More to Come

Extreme weather events affected 62 million people around the world in 2018, the United Nation’s weather agency noted recently. The United States confronted its share of those disasters. With six months of severe activity in the books, forecasters predict that the remainder of the year will be just as challenging.… Read more »

Difficult Mold Remediation Solutions with Paul Davis Expertise

Because Paul Davis mitigates and restores property damage from many different disasters across North America, the company maintains high levels of technical expertise across diverse disciplines. In many cases, these pros, particularly in regional disaster situations, become valuable resources to officials, insurance carriers and emergency responders. Matthew Morgan, a remediation… Read more »

Protecting Beloved Family Pets From Flood Threats

Dogs wag in our houses, cats bask in our apartments, canaries sing in our kitchens – this resident menagerie makes us better people. Study after study prove that sharing our lives with animals boosts mental and physical health. And oh boy, are we sharing with the frisky set: according to… Read more »

Wet Basements Demand Special Drying Procedures

It’s a rule of nature: pulled by gravity, water always flows downward, relentlessly seeking the lowest point through even tiny openings. For many homeowners, that natural law sets up a constant struggle to keep water out of the lowest part of their house: the basement. Water may pour in suddenly… Read more »