Growing Our Healthcare Initiative – Partnering with Gearhart & Associates!

DKI Services partnered with Gearhart & Associates, LLC

DKI is pleased to announce we have partnered with Gearhart & Associates, LLC to bring even more knowledge and training to our member companies to maintain a safe environment for patients, families, staff and practitioners! DKI offers its member companies growth and training opportunities throughout each year. Adding to this curriculum, the Gearhart hands-on healthcare course complements The Linders Health… Continue reading

Tips to Keep Your Home Safe This Summer

Summer activities are fun for the whole family. Most of these activities are outdoors, however they can still have some effect on your home in the event they go awry. Make sure you are aware of the following during the summer to keep your home safe. Keep an Eye on Open Flames – BBQ grills and fire pits are the… Continue reading

Three Things You Must Do During Storm Season

Summer is here, which means hurricane season is in full swing. While you may not have had a run in with a major named storm, it’s still a good idea to be prepared. Preparing for a storm can prevent your family from harm or your home needing storm damage restoration after. Have a Plan: Make sure you and your family… Continue reading

The New & Improved Annual DKI Sales & Marketing Summit

Another year, another great DKI Sales & Marketing Summit! This time, with a new and improved agenda! Thank you to all our members who made this event a memorable and insightful experience. We are honored to have you all a part of our growing network! Last week, DKI Headquarters held its 2017 Sales & Marketing Summit, welcoming some of the… Continue reading

Protecting Your Office Space from Fires

Many people are aware of common ways fires are started, such as wiring problems, electrical equipment malfunctioning or lit cigarette butts. In your office, there may already be a plan in place to prevent these types of fires from breaking out. For example, preventative measures might include having a smoking section a safe distance away from the building or making… Continue reading

Alerting Homeowners of Potential Tree Risks

Owning a home comes with many responsibilities, including maintaining any yard areas. Your landscaping may provide you with a gorgeous view and lovely shade in the afternoon, but becomes a potential liability when trees either start to die or become damaged from a storm. Dead or damaged trees can become an expensive problem if they are not either maintained or removed.… Continue reading

What Does Water Damage Restoration Involve?

After a broken pipe, leaking roof, or overflowing dishwasher floods parts of your home, it’s important to quickly take action. If you don’t address water emergencies immediately, the problem may worsen and possibly cause mold. Sometimes, professional help is necessary for a thorough clean-up following a major water disaster. Here is what you can expect when you hire DKI to… Continue reading

Prepare BEFORE Disaster Strikes

April 21, 2017 By: Chelsea Haley, DKI Ventures, LLC October 16, 1989. It may not ring a bell, but I’m sure if you were or someone you know was living in California at the time, the following day rings clear – The 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake that killed over 60 people and injured more than 3,000. Or, how about August… Continue reading

How to Prevent Fires in Your Home

There were over 300,000 house fires in 2015 according to the National Fire Protection Association. Fires can be caused by a variety of different things, including smoking, cooking, and electrical issues. While some are completely out of our control, many house fire causes can be prevented. By taking these small steps, you can prevent injury, death, major property damage, and having… Continue reading

Prepare Your Business for Severe Spring Storms

April 7, 2017 By: Chelsea Haley, DKI Ventures, LLC To quote the infamous American writer, Mark Twain – “In the spring I have counted one hundred and thirty-six different kinds of weather inside of four-and-twenty hours.” While 136 may have been a bit of an exaggeration, spring weather, no doubt, can be very unpredictable, changing from sunshine to storms within… Continue reading