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Pope Francis’s Cap: Running Away with the Wind

During a confirmation ceremony held in Rome for 44 children in St. Peter’s Square, Pope Francis’ zucchetto cap blew right off his head. Even Pope Francis can’t avoid strong gusts! Fierce winds often bring a large amount of damage to a business or home, and property damage caused by severe… Read more »

Water Conditions at the Olympics Explained

Water Conditions at the Olympics Explained

Journalists in Sochi have been live-tweeting how abysmal the circumstances have been for the the 2014 Winter Olympics. Some have been funny. But, some have been downright appalling. Through communications via social media, we have learned that some of the hotels had no running water at all – because of… Read more »

CLEANUP! Red Carpet!

CLEANUP! Red Carpet!

Pipes are seriously bursting everywhere in the country. Not even Gucci gowns and beautiful weather could keep the red carpet dry. It was a sunny day in L.A. for the 71st annual Golden Globe Awards, and just less than two hours before the A-listers arrived, a pipe burst, pouring 5,000… Read more »

Hazardous Trees Aren’t Always This Cute. In fact, Almost Never.

Hazardous Trees Aren’t Always This Cute. In fact, Almost Never.

Trees come in all sorts of different shapes and sizes. Maple trees… Oak trees… Christmas trees… Palm trees… you get it. There are thousands of different types of trees, and each of them has proven to be very important to both the environment and humans. While trees provide important advantages… Read more »

Cold Weather Pet Tips

Cold Weather Pet Tips

We don’t even have to brave the weather outside anymore to know it’s freezing cold! We have all seen enough dashboard temperature gauge pictures on Facebook to know that it is COLD outside! While we’re busy adding on the layers and hoping it’s perfectly acceptable to wear furry slippers out… Read more »

Winter is in Full Effect… And so are Ice Dams

Winter is in Full Effect… And so are Ice Dams

The winter season brings many perils that can damage any property. From falling trees and debris due to high winds and heavy ice from wither storms to frozen pipes to floods from melting snow and ice – winter’s wrath can be very destructive. However, there is another damaging situation that… Read more »

Holiday Home Safety Tips

Holiday Home Safety Tips

The holidays can create greater risk at home when cooking meals, displaying decorations, and using unsafe heating sources. According to the U.S. Fire Administration, unattended cooking is the leading cause of home fires including 67 percent starting with the ignition of food or other cooking materials. We have the following tips… Read more »

Wind Damage Along the Wasatch Front?   Paul Davis Restoration

Wind Damage Along the Wasatch Front? Paul Davis Restoration

Whoa!!! The strongest winds since 2000 ravaged through Weber and Davis County last night! We are seeing uprooted trees, roofs torn apart and fences shattering windows! Do you have wind storm damage? CALL PAUL!! We are ready to get your home back in order and give you the peace of… Read more »

Paul Davis Offers Tips to Consumers During Fire Prevention Week

Paul Davis is participating in National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) Fire Prevention Week, October 6-12. This year’s fire safety campaign theme is Prevent Kitchen Fires which focuses on unattended cooking as the leading cause of home fires along with teaching homeowners how to prevent kitchen fires from starting to begin with. Fire… Read more »