Frozen Pipes: How to Avoid a Disaster - & Tips & Info.

Want to join the nearly half million American homes and businesses that suffer water damage from frozen pipes? Want the expense of dealing with flooding, structural damage, and possibly even mold? We didn’t think so. As winter cranks up and temperatures fall, we’ve entered the frozen pipe season again. But you can dramatically reduce your… Read more »


Don’t get caught unprepared. The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June to November each year. Residents of the U.S. east and gulf coasts typically see 10 named storms each season, with about 6 becoming hurricanes. Two to three of those become category 3 or greater, or major hurricanes. And we’ve all seen that hurricanes can… Read more »

WELCOME TO THE NEW DISASTERONE.COM! - & What's New at Disaster One.

We’re excited to announce the launch of our newly redesigned website,! Please take a moment to browse our new site and share your thoughts with us. You’ll find lots of helpful information about the services we provide, the many locations we serve, along with numerous ways you can get in touch with us. Hopefully… Read more »

We’ve won a PTAA Diamond Award…Again! - & What's New at Disaster One.

We’re thrilled and honored to say Disaster One has been named the Piedmont Triad Apartment Association’s Exterior Contractor of the Year for the second time in three years! (L-R) Marty Endre, Brandy Gardner, Jon Easley, Blake Schrader, and Ben Kramer of Disaster One accept the Exterior Contractor of the Year Award What makes this award especially meaningful… Read more »

Surviving a holiday nightmare – one family’s story - & What's New at Disaster One.

As the holiday season was just beginning, Mr. and Mrs. Jackson (name changed) suffered through a holiday nightmare. Faulty wiring sparked a fire that destroyed their rental home during the weekend after Thanksgiving. They escaped unharmed, but unfortunately they didn’t have renters insurance and lost everything in the blaze except the clothes they were wearing…. Read more »

Skunked! - & Tips & Info.

An employee’s dog had an unfortunate encounter with a skunk in the back yard recently. The poor pooch took the skunk’s full blast in his chest and face, leaving that unique fragrance in his fur and painful burning in his eyes. Then he ran through his owners’ home trying to escape the burn and odor… Read more »