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How thermal fogging by Paul Davis neutralizes smoke odors


After even the most thorough post-fire cleaning, there can still be lingering smoke odors unless a technique called thermal fogging is used.   Thermal fogging is a process where a deodorizer is heated and sprayed in a fog form. Because it’s in a fog form, the mixture is able to permeate even the toughest-to-reach spots.

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Trust Your Instincts When Selecting A Restoration Company


Denial, shock, anger, anxiety, sadness, fear – a range of strong emotions surge through people as they survey ruined property following a disaster. They all share one particular need: to repair the damage now and return their lives to normal as fast as possible. But how to fix it and who will help? Disasters force

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Why Paul Davis Believes in Environmental Cleaners


As experts in disaster response and recovery, Paul Davis always strives to have a positive impact on people during some of the worst times in their lives. That positive effect includes using green cleaning technologies that are environmentally responsible.   “When we respond to disasters, often environmental threats are already present — whether a flood

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How to Avoid Wind Damage to Your Home or Business


One of the mightiest forces on our planet, tornadoes wreak outlandish damage, completely devastating some areas while leaving other bizarrely untouched. Snapshots of a tornado’s after-effects can be hard to believe. An unbroken record is shoved halfway into a telephone pole. A tie rack rests 40 miles away from its original location, neckties still dangling

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2018 Hurricane Season Outlook


It’s official. The 2018 Atlantic hurricane season is in full force, and recent storms indicate that the coastal region is in for a pummeling this year. To help bolster storm preparedness, we suggest that you retain the following information throughout the 2018 season.   Hurricane season starts June 1st and runs through November 30th. This

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