First Serve Others

Skiing for a Good Cause: Paul Davis Employees Volunteer

In February, a large group of skiers and snowboard enthusiasts – Paul Davis employees among them – gathered at the Whitetail Resort in Mercersburg, Pennsylvania, to support a worthy cause. They descended 100,000 vertical feet in a single day, completing 107 runs to raise money and awareness for the Two… Read more »

Healthcare worker comforting patient

A Stomach Ache Requires Major Surgery and Lengthy Recovery

Pam B. is a Contents Technician for Paul Davis Restoration. In this important role, she is tasked with going into people’s homes or places of business following a disaster such as a flood or fire and salvaging whatever contents she can. Items are carefully compiled and taken to a facility… Read more »

Real stories of Paul Davis to the Rescue

Real stories of Paul Davis to the Rescue

Customers describe exactly how Paul Davis saved them from disasters, cheerfully solved restoration challenges, and brought welcome human warmth to very tough times. Extraordinary care “It was my first home, my dream home, and will one day be my retirement home,” said a grateful customer from Greenville/Spartanburg, Virginia, whose house… Read more »

Paul Davis and Local Longueuil (Montreal) Police Brotherhood Repair a Home and a Heart in One Weekend
Correcting Mitigation Errors After Inexperienced Missteps

Correcting Mitigation Errors After Inexperienced Missteps

It’s a bad day when the local YMCA suffers a destructive roof leak that soaks beautiful hardwood gym floors and several adjacent studio spaces. But to compound the damage, the mitigation company hired to dry out the affected spaces made matters far worse. The company chose an improper drying method… Read more »

Fast Work by Paul Davis Saves Wedding Days

Fast Work by Paul Davis Saves Wedding Days

The date was set. The deposits paid. The guests invited. But telling the bride and groom to postpone their wedding ceremony is a call this privately owned event center didn’t want to make. Their fire suppression system had piping in some poorly insulated areas, and a cold snap froze a… Read more »

Dangerous Fire Ignited by Sunshine, Summer Heat and Dog Waste

Dangerous Fire Ignited by Sunshine, Summer Heat and Dog Waste

Approximately 75 million dogs live with their owners throughout the U.S. So it’s a wonder that this fire hazard hasn’t grown more widespread, especially during periods of high summer heat and intense mid-day sunlight. Who among us would think twice about tossing collected dog waste in a cardboard carton? This… Read more »

House Painter’s Oily Rags Smolder to Ignite Substantial New-Home Fire