Paul Davis Restoration

30 04, 2021

Paul Davis Restoration: Former Marine Sergeant Finds Success

2021-04-30T17:01:37-04:00April 30th, 2021|Tags: , , |

For Tom Culver, joining the Marines was a significant turning point in his life. “Marine training is designed to take individuals who are highly motivated, but raw, and instill military discipline and initiative,” Culver noted, describing the mental toughness he learned during his military career. By Jessica Jones


31 03, 2021

Paul Davis Restoration: A Day in the Life of a Franchisee

2021-03-31T11:42:24-04:00March 31st, 2021|Tags: , , , |

When Brandon Radmall graduated from college in 2009, the economy was dismal. With few job offers on the horizon and salaries in his industry at an all-time low, the business major decided to join a company that he deemed recession-resilient. By Jessica Jones


27 02, 2021

Paul Davis Restoration: Recession-Proof Opportunities

2021-02-27T18:21:39-05:00February 27th, 2021|Tags: , , , |

Few commercial property owners think about a building’s piping system. It’s hidden and if it hasn’t leaked yet, it may be forgotten. But Andrew Golkin, a Paul Davis Restoration franchise owner based in suburban Virginia, does think about these issues. By Jessica Jones


30 11, 2020

Paul Davis Restoration: Fighting COVID-19 in Workplaces and Public Buildings

2020-11-30T21:30:16-05:00November 30th, 2020|Tags: , , , |

For over 50 years, Paul Davis Restoration has repaired residential and commercial properties damaged by fire, water, mold, storms, and other disasters. With over 300 independently owned franchises in the U.S. and Canada, the company works with professionals who are certified in emergency restoration and reconstruction, tackling every disaster with a blend of compassion and logistical recovery skills. By Jessica Jones


31 10, 2020

A Shared Experience and Vision

2020-10-31T16:35:20-04:00October 31st, 2020|Tags: , , |

During his seven-year military service, Marine Corps Sgt. Edison Recinos completed several tours in Iraq and took part in the Battle of Fallujah. He also worked with the Navy’s medical expeditionary unit to provide humanitarian aid. Upon his return to civilian life in 2007 in his California hometown, Recinos relied heavily on the skills he learned in the military to forge a new career path. By Jessica Jones