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9 Tips to Avoid Cooking Fires During the Holidays

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9 Tips to Avoid Cooking Fires During the Holidays

The holidays are times for family get-togethers, and food is a big part of the festivities. But it’s important to keep in mind, as you’re chopping, slicing, baking, and broiling, that cooking fires are the most common type of fire experienced by American households. And there’s an increased incidence of cooking fires on Thanksgiving, Christmas […]

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Mold in Your Home Could Be Making Your Family Sick

Mold. If you look up the definition “a superficial, often woolly growth produced especially on damp or decaying organic matter or on living organisms by a fungus” there’s no doubt you’ll say, “Yuck!” It’s fuzzy. And it’s green or brown or black or pink.  As one example, mold on drywall is very common, and because […]

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House Fires: Prevention, Protection and Restoration

According to the National Fire Prevention Association, a home fire occurs every 93 seconds. This makes fires one of the most common causes of house damage. House fires are generally covered in most homeowner’s insurance policies. While the thought of dealing with a house fire may be scary, it’s important to be prepared for the […]


The Ins and Outs of Handling Water Damage

It’s one of the most common—and can be among the most costly—disasters your home can experience: water damage.  This may be one of the most important resources our bodies and homes need, but it can cause a lot of damage in excess.  When it comes to handling a burst pipe or leaking roof, check out […]

Home damaged by trees from hurricane

Storm Damage Cleanup: The Right Restoration Contractor Makes All the Difference

You’ve done everything you were supposed to do to protect your home from storm damage. You brought in any outdoor furniture and boarded or shuttered windows. You even put on roof clips and added garage door braces. But you still suffered some damage. NASA warns that hurricanes are about 60% more powerful than they were […]

Hurricane Season 2020 Outlook from NOAA, Colorado State University, and AccuWeather

Hurricane Season | Why Experts Predict a Hyperactive 2020

Since late February, Complete DKI has been coping with the COVID-19 pandemic, as everyone has. Every newspaper, magazine, blog, newscast, and even sports channels have been laser-focused on the pandemic.  Meanwhile, scientists are predicting that the 2020 Hurricane Season will be hyperactive and those of us on the Gulf Coast are now turning our attention to […]

Business Owner Shaun Carpentier

Operating a Business During a Pandemic: An Owner’s Perspective

This week, Complete DKI President and Owner Shaun Carpentier participated on a panel of the Florida Panhandle business community, examining how the region’s business and supply chain landscape has changed as a result of the global coronavirus pandemic. Hosted and moderated by Dr. Scott Keller of the University of West Florida’s Center for Supply Chain […]

N-95 Masks donated by Comple DKI to area hospitals

Complete DKI Donates 450 N-95 Masks to Area Hospitals

On Thursday April 2, 2020, Complete DKI donated a total of 450 N-95 masks to hospitals in Pensacola, FL, and Mobile, AL.  Ascension Sacred Heart Hospital, Baptist Hospital, and USA Women’s and Children’s Hospital received the donations. Shaun Carpentier, President and Owner of Complete DKI, when asked why Complete DKI donated 450 masks, responded: “The […]


Viruses in the Workplace: Reduce the Risk

It is difficult to read the newspaper, watch television, or view social media sites without seeing a piece on Coronavirus (Covid-19 or 2019-ncov). Many leaders in business are concerned for their commercial property, their employees, and their customers and rightfully so due to the vast amount of media exposure. Novel Coronavirus simply means a new […]

Hospital Room and Picture of Germs

COVID-19 in Florida: Cause for Precaution, not Panic

As of March 2nd, there are two confirmed cases in Florida of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus that has been spreading from China since late last year. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis issued a public health emergency on Sunday in response to the news. Many in Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi are understandably concerned about the news and […]

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