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Thinking Ahead: Having an Emergency Plan on Hand


There’s a wise adage often spoken about planning. Fail to plan, plan to fail. That’s important to keep in mind when considering the need for an emergency plan for your home or business. So once you’ve decided that an emergency plan is a good idea, the work ahead need not be intimidating. Start by considering

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New Innovations for Storm-Resistant Homes


Today, homes and office buildings look pretty much the same as in years gone by. But aesthetics aside, some of the newer storm-resistant construction techniques that are finding their way into new construction projects take weatherproofing to a whole new level.  For example, the Partnership for Advancing Technology in Housing (PATH) works with standards to

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This Is No Time for Second Best™


Paul Davis companies have long benefited from an industry reputation of outstanding mitigation and restoration services. Exit interviews among Paul Davis customers, insurance agents and adjusters throughout North America point out that the customer care Paul Davis technicians and support staff provide goes hand and hand with the top-quality mitigation and restoration work Paul Davis

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Better to Choose Your Emergency Services Company Before an Emergency


No one likes to think about disaster striking their home or business. However, emergencies happen every day and it’s possible they could someday happen to you. Having property insurance is a vital first step. But when a fire damages your kitchen, a flood fills your basement, the roof at your business leaks and soaks your

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How to Use a Fire Extinguisher/PASS Tips


The chance is high that you’ll come across at least one fire in your lifetime. It’s important to understand that fires can quickly double in size. In fact, it only takes a few seconds to a few minutes for a fire to blaze completely out of control. Most people know that if a fire extinguisher

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