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A storm, flood, or fire disaster does not work with you on your schedule. More often than not it hits you when you least expect it. A fire in your home or business can destroy your livelihood, your home and your quality of life. Mold can be detrimental to your health and can spread like wildfire through any residential or commercial building. Working with professionals in these trying times can make all the difference.
What To Do After A Disaster?
After calling your insurance agent, the next call should be to Disaster One.
While a Disaster One team is on its way, make sure the affected building is safe. Limit movement after a fire or water damage as some structures can become unstable. The key to limiting fire and water damage is speed. Emergency services within the first 24 hours after a fire has been put out or a flood happens can stop damage from spreading, stabilize your building structures and result in a more efficient, affordable restoration process.
About Our Restoration Team
As a fully licensed, insured and bonded general contractor, Disaster One is capable of handling any type of restoration project precipitated by natural or man-made disasters including emergency response, repairing water damage, storm damage, fire damage, smoke damage, and mold remediation repair and restoration.
Disaster One’s Atlanta office serves north Georgia including Norcross, Cartersville, Marietta, Decatur, Jonesboro, Stone Mountain, Gainesville, and more.
Disaster One is proud to be a member of numerous real estate, multifamily, insurance and business associations. We are committed not just to membership but to taking on active leadership roles within these organizations. We support these groups because they share our dedication to strengthening the communities we serve.
An international organization dedicated to building better communities, CAI provides information, education and resources to all community association stakeholders, including community managers and homeowner leaders.
The Atlanta Apartment Association is the multifamily housing trade association for the Atlanta Metro area. Founded in 1975, AAA is one of the largest local apartment associations in the country and an affiliate of the Georgia Apartment Association and the National Apartment Association.
The Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International is a federation of 92 BOMA U.S. associations and 17 international affiliates. Founded in 1907.
NAA’s mission is to serve the interests of multifamily housing owners, managers, developers and suppliers and maintain a high level of professionalism in the multifamily housing industry to better serve the rental housing needs of the public. As a federation of more than 170 state and local affiliates, NAA is comprised of over 67,000 members representing more than 7.6 million apartment homes throughout the United States and Canada.
The National Affordable Housing Management Association (NAHMA) is the leading voice for affordable housing, advocating on behalf of multifamily property managers and owners whose mission is to provide quality affordable housing.
Founded in 1982, the Southeastern Affordable Housing Management Association (SAHMA) is a membership organization of owners and managers of affordable, multifamily housing in the Southeast, actively involved in many different housing programs.
Disaster One cares greatly about the community we live and work in. That is why we partner with local organizations in the Atlanta area to give back. Areas like Norcross and Atlanta’s suburbs are the backbone of this country and helping those in need is essential to that success. Below are the organizations Disaster One supports in the Atlanta area.
Atlanta Community Food Bank
Every year, the Atlanta Community Food Bank works with more than 600 nonprofit partners—including food pantries, community kitchens, childcare centers, night shelters and senior centers—to distribute over 60 million meals to more than 755,000 people in 29 counties across metro Atlanta and north Georgia.
We are proud to support the Food Bank through volunteerism and by sponsoring the Atlanta Community Food Bank’s annual Can Can Ball.
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