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How Smoke Permeates a Home
Posted 02/20/18
There’s no question that fires are deadly. In 2016, over 1.3 million fires took place in the United States, according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). These fires caused 3,390 civilian deaths, 14,650 civilian injuries, and $10.6 billion in...
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Take These Actions if You Suspect a Gas Leak
Posted 02/1/18
You might not realize how much you depend on natural gas. From our hot water heaters to gas stovetops, natural gas is everywhere. And as gas lines tend to be buried below the surface of the ground, it’s easy to...
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Finding Ways to Lower Summer Utility Bills
Posted 07/20/17
Summer is a favorite time of year for many people. Of course, the warmer the weather gets, the higher our summer utility bills seem to climb. Thankfully, lowering your utility bills doesn’t have to mean investing in solar panels, or...
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Paul Davis Welcomes: Mike Bolson
Posted 07/20/17
Paul Davis Restoration and Remodeling of Southeast and Fox Valley, Wisconsin is proud to announce that it has hired longtime industry professional Mike Bolson as a Senior Structural Estimator. Bolson will be responsible for commercial and residential job estimating for...
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What To Do After Storm Damage
Posted 05/11/17
No one wants to think about severe weather interrupting their life. The thing about Mother Nature is that she has the ability to cause sweeping damage in the blink of an eye. If not properly prepared for, these damages can...
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  • The Doll

    Our warehouse manager Angie has family friends that had a fire earlier in the year. They were under the impression that they had to use the restoration contractor their insurance suggested and did not realize they had options and could decide to go with another company. After several weeks Angie was speaking with her friends

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  • Better Ways to Store Flammables at Home

    We all have flammables in our home, but do you know how to properly store them when they’re not in use? Many people do not. When stored improperly, flammables can have devastating consequences including poisoning, fires, and explosions. So if you keep gasoline, propane or other flammables in or around your home, here is how

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  • How Smoke Permeates a Home

    There’s no question that fires are deadly. In 2016, over 1.3 million fires took place in the United States, according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). These fires caused 3,390 civilian deaths, 14,650 civilian injuries, and $10.6 billion in property damage. We all fear fire’s flames, but smoke from fires is also a deadly

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  • Take action if you suspect a gas leak

    Take These Actions if You Suspect a Gas Leak

    You might not realize how much you depend on natural gas. From our hot water heaters to gas stovetops, natural gas is everywhere. And as gas lines tend to be buried below the surface of the ground, it’s easy to forget they’re there. That is until you smell the tell-tale rotten egg scent of a

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  • Protection Against Indoor Flooding

    Flooding of a home or business property is a calamity that no one wants to experience. Even in the U.S. where flood prediction and mitigation is quite advanced, flood damage occurs all too often, amounting to over $6 billion worth of damage and contributing to the deaths of about 140 people every year. That’s why

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