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Thermal Imaging Saves Time and Money


Many innovative technologies developed for security, military and space exploration applications later find their way into industry applications that benefit us every day. That is certainly the case with thermal imaging. Breakthroughs in the late 1990s enabled manufacturers of thermal imaging cameras to marry an uncooled detector to earlier TI cameras, so that lower costs

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Do These 25 ‘Right Things’ After Hurricane Matthew


The shoreline communities of Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina have enjoyed a long hiatus without life-threatening Atlantic storms. This week’s Hurricane Matthew ended that peaceful period. This what-to-do-next checklist from Paul Davis is an excellent guide for home and business owners who have sustained damage. When family, friends and neighbors are uninjured and safe,

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Apply Some Magic


Belongings and furnishings may be wet and soggy or dirty and scorched after a fire or other disaster, but that doesn’t always mean they’re destroyed. Home and business owners who experience fire and water damage often assume that clothing and furniture, electronics and important documents are a complete loss. Paul Davis restoration technicians know otherwise.

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Keeping Ahead of Basement Water Leaks


There are a lot of things to love about rain. It washes away dirt and debris, it nourishes your garden, and it keeps your grass looking fresh and green. Another thing rain, especially a good heavy rain, can bring is basement water leaks. Flooding in your basement is never a good surprise. Excess moisture can

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Water: Waste Not, Want Not


As much as most of us would like to lower water consumption around the house, we seldom do much about it. So the next time you’re about to pay your water bill, pause for a few minutes. Consider that the average household uses 130,000 gallons of water per year, and without much effort or any

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