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Paul Davis of Central PA
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Full service restoration and remodeling company covering the Mid-Atlantic Region
Full service restoration and remodeling company covering the Mid-Atlantic Region

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Ice dams can cause a lot of roof damage. Ice dams form when snow turns to ice, making a dam that prevents snow from falling off a roof. The snow then melts from the attic’s heat and water leaks into the insulation of the house. To prevent ice dams, use heated cables to melt snow before it becomes ice. You can also rake snow from the roof of your home. If an ice dam forms, place a fan in your attic to keep cold air circulating, which will prevent the snow from melting.
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Ice and snow are both liabilities. Ice can cause falls, while snow can block your sidewalk and collapse your roof. Keep ice and snow clear this winter to make sure that your home is accident-­free.
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Did you know that mold is the leading cause of respiratory issues? Due to smaller, less ventilated homes, more and more homes are affected by mold. Mold is caused by lingering air, still water, and excessive moisture. Keep your home mold ­free by keeping air circulating, draining still water, and avoiding moisture buildup.
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Notice some missing shingles or dents in your roof? If so, you need to call a trustworthy contractor to have your roof fixed. Damaged roofs can leak, deteriorate, and collapse, all presenting a threat to the homeowner.
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An ANTIMICROBIAL is any substance of natural, semisynthetic or synthetic origin that kills or inhibits the growth of microorganisms but causes little or no damage to the host. The word antimicrobial was derived from the Greek words anti (against), mikros (little) and bios (life) and refers to all agents that act against microbial organisms. #Wordsmithwednesday, #Didyouknow
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Happy holidays! Did you know that there are more than 9 major holidays celebrated in the month of December alone? Have a great holiday season with your family this winter. #Happyholidays.
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Portable fire extinguishers are a must-have in any home. All household extinguishers are classified A, B, or C (or a combination of these) on the label to specify which types of fires they extinguish — ordinary combustibles, flammable liquids, or electrical. Use them when fire is confined to a small area vs. a growing fire. Remember PASS: Pull the pin, Aim low, Squeeze the handle, and Sweep side to side. Have one on every floor of your home. Remember, the number one priority is to get out safely. #PDSafetytip
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#amostheELF is taking a snooze because it doesn’t feel like we are only 3 days away from #christmas #officeElf
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Follow our facebook page to see the adventures of Amos the Office Elf... Paul Davis of Central PA "Making his list...checking it twice" Have you been #‎Naughty or #‎Nice? Amos the Elf will find out... #‎OfficeELF #‎AmostheElf
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Christmas Day and Christmas Eve are the second and third most likely days of the year for a home to catch fire, so take precautions to minimize fire risks this holiday season by knowing some of the top causes of home fires. #1 Unattended cooking, #2 Electrical causes #3 Candles and #4 Heating systems #Homesafety #SafeHoliday #tistheseason
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