Water and Fire Damage Clean-Up Company Paul Davis Supports America Red Cross Month in March

Old Town, ME – March was proclaimed as Red Cross Month by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1943. The Red Cross provides 24-hour support and responds to nearly 70,000 disasters a year providing shelter, food, emotional support and other necessities to those in need around the world. The Red Cross also collects and distributes approximately 40 percent of the U.S. blood supply and trains more than seven million people in first aid, water safety and other life-saving skills.

Paul Davis Restoration of Central Maine, a leading provider of fire, water and mold damage restoration services for residential and commercial properties proudly supports American Red Cross Month in March.

Paul Davis provides local Red Cross chapters with “comfort kits”, personal hygiene items, and clothing, plus volunteer time and funding along with professional expertise and emergency preparedness planning before, during and after catastrophes.

Paul Davis’ work is to help customers restore their lives when disasters affect homes and businesses. In support of this year’s Red Cross Month, Paul Davis encourages everyone to be prepared for emergencies and offers the following tips for an Emergency Ready Kit:

• First aid kit — sterile gloves; adhesive bandages; antibiotic ointment; iodine/alcohol pads; pain reliever; emergency Mylar blanket; thermometer; prescription medications, and prescribed medical supplies
• Water – One gallon per person per day for at least three days
• Food – Three-day supply of non-perishable food
• Clothing – A change of clothing and sleeping bag for each person
• Duct tape, heavy weight garbage bags, plastic sheeting, filter masks
• Battery-powered or hand crank radio, a NOAA Weather Radio, flash light, extra batteries
• Cell Phone and charger
• Waterproof, portable containers for documents

About Paul Davis:
Paul Davis Restoration, Inc., a subsidiary of FirstService Corporation (NASDAQ: FSRV; TSX: FSV), is a national franchisor and leading provider of restoration services for residential and commercial properties since 1966. Paul Davis Restoration also provides complete remodeling services and has franchise locations throughout North America with owners and technicians who are certified by The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC). Visit the local office website at www.keithtrembley.com.

About FirstService Corporation:
FirstService Corporation is a global leader in the rapidly growing real estate services sector, providing a variety of services in commercial real estate, residential property management and property services. As one of the largest property managers in the world, FirstService manages more than 2.3 billion square feet of residential and commercial properties through its three industry-leading service platforms: Colliers International, one of the largest global players in commercial real estate; FirstService Residential Management, the largest manager of residential communities in North America; and Property Services, one of North America’s largest providers of property-related services delivered through franchise and contractor networks. FirstService generates over $2.3 billion in annual revenues and has more than 23,000 employees worldwide. More information about FirstService is available at www.firstservice.com.

Newer Home Can’t Stay Warm

This home is only 15 years old, but the owner can’t keep it warm. Look at the bath vent hose, the original builder placed it near the soffit, not in it but close by. Now if this was an old home you may see some rot or mold from blowing all that steam onto the roof rafters, but even worse was the cold air that was pouring through the hose into the house. When Keith put the house under negative pressure and did an infrared scan on the fan, it was 33 degrees. You could almost make ice!
Next you see that there is only 1 layer of fiberglass batt in the attic. Even in 1995 I am sure they required more than that. Also, see the holes from the wires and pipes coming through the ceiling? Those just suck warm air right out of the house. Before Keith will blow more insulation into this attic he will move the fiberglass aside and seal each hole. We can easily save this homeowner 20% on her heating bill by just giving her the attic she should have. That is over $36,000 in savings in the 20 years she plans on staying there!


January 2013 Customer Testimonials

Everyone involved was fantastic to work with! Very skilled, polite, and professional. They made it a great experience.

Thank you!
Homeowner, Old Town

Thank you to all involved in this project. Both rooms look great and will be calling again to do another section of the basement.
Homeowner, Glenburn

David was unbelievable, reliable, friendly, helpful, polite, funny, and honest. Would strongly recommend him to anyone. The work was done beyond my expectations! We love our new basement!
Homeowner, Old Town

Everything went pretty smoothly.
Homeowner, Bangor

The guys did a good job! I have no problems, everything I saw was cleaned up.
Homeowner, Old Town

We were very happy.
Homeowner, Newport

It was a great experience, professional, kind, always had time to talk. Nice to be around.
Homeowner, Newport

IICRC Press Release – Congratulations to Nate & Vincent!

2715 E Mill Plain Blvd.
Vancouver, Washington 98661
P 360 693 5675 F 360 693 4858
E info@iicrc.org


Issued by: The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification
Vancouver, Washington
(360) 693-5675

The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC) is proud to announce that Nate Butler & Vincent Willette of Keith Trembley Builder, Inc. / Paul Davis Restoration of Central Maine in Milford, Maine recently have qualified by education and examination as Certified Water Damage Restoration Technicians. These students have sacrificed many hours and a great deal of time and study to reach this level of certification.

Tom Hill, IICRC Executive Administrator, states Nate Butler & Vincent Willette are an example of the type of individual who care about customers and their belongings as well as their industry. They have demonstrated the desire to provide customers with thorough, professional, and caring service.

The IICRC is a nonprofit certifying and standard-setting organization dedicated to raising industry standards through technical proficiency. By administering a strict process of certification, the IICRC provides a mean by which consumers can receive the highest quality of service from trained, knowledgeable, professional technicians.

Nate Butler & Vincent Willette join the ranks of the true professionals within the cleaning, restoration, and inspection industry. The IICRC welcomes their participation and continuing education.