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Emergency Preparedness for People with Chronic Disease

The CDC released guidelines for how to prepare for an emergency if you have a chronic disease such as diabetes, cancer, or other life-threatening illnesses. This is even more important to learn in this pandemic. Click HERE to learn tips on how to prepare.  

Take Time to Develop an Emergency Preparedness Plan

Take Time to Develop an Emergency Preparedness Plan

We are just days away from Hurricane Season here in Florida.  Are you prepared?  It’s time to dust off your plan and make sure it is up to date. During catastrophic Texas flooding last year and devastating California wildfires this summer, a self-selected group of people and businesses did better… Read more »

Do You Need an Emergency Preparedness Plan (EPP)?

Yes! Because we are located on the Atlantic coastline, there is always the concern that a hurricane or strong storm system will cause mass damage in Brevard County.  When disaster strikes, your business needs to be back up and running quickly. But when it hits our coast in mass, where… Read more »

Disinfecting against COVID-19

What is Your COVID-19 Reopening Plan?

Over the coming days and weeks, building owners, property managers, and employers will begin the process of reoccupying properties and reopening businesses. During these times of uncertainty and continuous change, we know restoring a sense of safety and security to your employees is crucial while returning to normal operations. The… Read more »

Top 5 Questions to Ask a COVID-19 Cleaning Vendor

 We know there are many options when choosing a vendor to provide COVID-19 cleaning services to your property. To help guide you through this process, consider asking potential providers the questions below: 1. Do You Have Prior Experience With Biohazard Cleaning? For over 55 years, Paul Davis has served people… Read more »

Are You Disinfecting Properly Against COVID-19?

There’s a Good Chance You’re Not! COVID-19 is a coronavirus that affects the lower respiratory system. Like SARS and MERS before it, this is a very contagious and life-threatening disease.  Coronaviruses are mainly spread by one of three ways; by airborne droplets (coughs or sneezes), by skin-to-skin contact, and by… Read more »

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… Read more »

Better Ways to Store Flammables at Home

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… Read more »

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… Read more »

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… Read more »