Every eight minutes, fire takes something. Seven times a day someone in this country dies in a home fire, including one death in Albuquerque last week. As March has been named American Red Cross Month, Paul Davis, a leading provider of emergency cleanup and restoration services, encourages the local community to join in supporting the needs of the American Red Cross.
“Paul Davis’ goal is to restore people and property after a crisis occurs, which is why we align with the mission of the Red Cross and recognize its impact throughout our community,” said John Sheriff, owner of Paul Davis Restoration of New Mexico. “Our office supports the Red Cross #GiveWhatFireTakes, in conjunction with the Home Fire Preparedness Campaign installing smoke alarms in homes all over the state. Next install event is March 29th in Albuquerque. We are asking New Mexico take part and make a donation that could support families after a home fire and other disasters.”
The American Red Cross and Paul Davis began working hand-in-hand after a disaster struck a homeowner, with the Red Cross providing disaster relief and Paul Davis restoring damaged property and belongings. “We’re looking forward to growing our relationship with the Red Cross and supporting their events like their fundraisers and collecting winter coats,” says Sheriff.
New Mexicans can purchase symbolic items like these and help the thousands of people affected by disasters like home fires every year. Visit http://www.redcross.org/news/article/Every-Eight-Minutes-Fire-Takes-Something.
For more than 24 years, Paul Davis Restoration of New Mexico has provided mitigation and restoration services for insurance providers, homeowners, property managers, real estate professionals, builders, schools, churches, malls, restaurants, and other commercial properties. Owners and technicians are certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC).