519-776-4567
Paul Davis Windsor & Essex County

Blog:


Tornadoes in August

While most Canadians are aware of Tornadoes that happen south of us in the United States, many of us don’t have a clear image of where Tornadoes happen right here at home. While not nearly as active as the United States, Canada still gets about 62 verified Tornadoes per year. Saskatchewan has the highest per

Read More

Dangers of Frayed Lamp and Appliance Wires

You might be taking a huge risk that you’re not even aware of. In today’s electricity-powered world, we have an excess of cords. This doesn’t just tie back to smartphones and laptops, though. We also have lamps, microwaves, coffee makers, and toasters. Our televisions are constantly plugged in, as are cable boxes and DVR. While

Read More

7 Common Workplace Safety Hazards

Accidents can happen anywhere. While we often aren’t prepared for an accident in the workplace, our offices are filled with many different types of hazards. Being that most of us spend 40+ hours per week at our office, it’s important to know what the potential hazards are and how they can be avoided. That’s what

Read More

Finding Ways to Lower Summer Utility Bills

Summer is a favourite 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 even suffering until the change of seasons. With just a few minor adjustments, you can

Read More

Does Your Workplace Have An Evacuation Plan?

It’s rare for someone to anticipate a disaster or an emergency. That being said, both things can strike at any moment. It’s not just at home where these dangers lurk. It’s also in our workplace environment. Disasters and emergencies don’t have a history of striking when it’s convenient, so in addition to any plans you

Read More