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Local businessman Nigel Blair opens Paul Davis South Western Nova Scotia
Nigel Blair, President and owner of Paul Davis South Western Nova Scotia is pleased to announce the opening of his franchise office to serve residential and commercial property owners throughout South Western Nova Scotia.
By: Paul Davis South Western Nova Scotia
Paul Davis South Western Nova Scotia provides a comprehensive suite of restoration services to restore damage to buildings and contents 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and is a full-service insurance restoration firm, and part of the Paul Davis network across Canada and the US. The franchise provides first-in-class restoration knowledge and technology along with the shortest insurance claim cycles in the industry.
Paul Davis also specializes in rapid emergency mitigation services including board-ups and restoration of water, fire and smoke damage, odour, mould, and damage due to crime, biohazards, and trauma. The franchise business is constructing state-of-the-
Nigel, who runs the business and operations, and his staff of full-time restoration professionals hold certifications from the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) and Xactimate estimating software, Matterport, and visual job review technologies. Lead technicians, estimators, associates and project managers are highly trained while maintaining continuing education in the latest restoration and emergency services technologies, and pack out, inventory, and contents cleaning, and storage methods.
With Nigel's extensive background in both commercial and residential construction, the Paul Davis mission, vision, truth, and serving basics attracted him to the idea of franchise ownership. Joining Nigel's team is Justin Ehler, job cost accountant (JCA), Keaton Mapplebeck, junior project manager; Laura Thompson, contents manager, and Paul Rae, business development manager.
Recently, Nigel's commitment to the local community was demonstrated with putting smiles on the faces of hundreds of residents and visitors, especially during the pandemic. Nigel provided significant funding and helped to bring back a Nova Scotian Christmas icon that was a huge presence since the 1970s at what used to be the largest shopping mall in Halifax. Known as Woody the Talking Christmas Tree, the 38-foot interactive structure had not been seen since 2006. For more information, call (782) 822-5500 or email Nigel.Blair@