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2018 Annual Review

Annual Report from Parent Company DH Pace Now Available

Each year, our parent company DH Pace produces an Annual Report summarizing the events and accomplishments from all its locations from the previous year. The report includes a wealth of information, including: Highlights from the past year such as sales growth, hiring and new office locations The expanding range of... Read More
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DH Pace Featured in Texas Auto Shop Reno on Discovery Channel’s Garage Rehab

The DH Pace Company, Inc. is proud to announce the Company participated in one of the episodes of Garage Rehab with Richard Rawlings’ second season on the Discovery Channel. The episode, which airs February 12, 2019, features Knapp Auto Repair (formerly Quick Stop Auto Repair) in Dallas, TX. Richard Rawlings... Read More
Adams Door Company and DH Pace Merge Operations in Des Moines, IA

Adams Door Company and DH Pace Merge Operations in Des Moines, IA

Effective June 7, 2018, Adams Door Company has merged with the DH Pace Company. Adams Door Company has served the Des Moines area with distinction since 1980. They will merge operations with DH Pace at Adam’s Door location: 69 Washington Ave., Des Moines, IA 50314. We are excited about the... Read More
National Ladder Safety Month

National Ladder Safety Month: Ladder Inspection and Disposal

Remember to properly inspect ladders and related equipment each time before you start to use them. The American Ladder Institute presents National Ladder Safety Month during the month of March to make ladder safety a priority. Ladder Safety Inspection Reminders Locks and pulleys Safety shoes Ladder rungs Ladder rails Connections... Read More

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National Ladder Safety Month

National Ladder Safety Month: Ladder Safety at Work

As a National Safety Council member, our teams are diligent about safe work practices in general. With the spotlight on ladder safety specifically during National Ladder Safety Month, we will shine a light on how ladder accidents can become costly. How Much Could Ladder Accidents Cost? $5.5 billion is spent... Read More
National Ladder Safety Month

March is National Ladder Safety Month

Ladder safety affects everyone. Whether at home or at work, you should take ladder safety seriously. Ladder Safety and How It Affects Everyone These numbers speak for themselves: 2,000 ladder injuries happen every day 364 deaths are caused by falls each year The most common ladder falls happen between 6... Read More
National Safety Council: On-the-Job-Injuries

National Safety Month: Work Ergonomically

The National Safety Council defines ergonomics as designing and arranging workspaces so people work efficiently and safely. Ergonomics is used to evaluate how you do tasks and to identify any risk factors that might lead to injury. Then, once identified, the next step is to find the best solution to... Read More
National Safety Council: Active Shooter

National Safety Month: Prevent Workplace Violence

The occurrence of workplace violence has increased in recent years. Therefore, the National Safety Council recommends basic planning and preparation strategies to minimize or prevent violent situations in the workplace. We are an NSC member and make safety a priority everyday. In fact, it is a cornerstone of how we... Read More
National Safety Council: Workplace Fatigue

National Safety Month: Recharge to be in Charge

Too little sleep can be dangerous at work. The National Safety Council (NSC) states that in addition to skewing situational awareness, it can significantly reduce reaction time, affect motor control and impair decision making. We are an NSC member and make safety a priority everyday. In fact, it is a... Read More
National Safety Month: Avoid Slips, Trips and Falls

National Safety Month: Stand Up to Falls

What is the second leading cause of non-fatal disabling injury in workplaces? Slips, trips and falls. These are second to overexertion. Additionally, the National Safety Council (NSC) states that falls are the third leading cause of unintentional death in the U.S., accounting for nearly 32,000 deaths in 2014. We are... Read More

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