Top 40 Tips from 40 Years of Restoration In 40 years, we’ve amassed a lot of experience with all kinds of disasters. Many of them could have been prevented with the right preparation and maintenance. Therefore, in observance of our 40th anniversary in 2017, we present our top 40 tips from 40 years of Restoring Your… Read more »
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More fires are reported on July 4 than any other day of the year, and nearly half are caused by fireworks. Stay safe with these tips from Disaster One.
Leading weather experts are revising their forecasts and are predicting a more active than average hurricane season in 2017.
With many NC communities still struggling to recover from last October’s Hurricane Matthew, it’s already time to start preparing for the 2017 hurricane season.
March 5-11, 2017 is Severe Weather Preparedness Week in North Carolina. This week the National Weather Service and the North Carolina Department of Public Safety are teaming up to bring this severe weather safety campaign to all of North Carolina’s residents.
It’s a good habit to form. If you use battery-powered smoke detectors in your home or business, change the batteries each spring and fall as you turn your clocks forward or back when Daylight Saving Time starts and ends. No, there’s nothing magical about doing these tasks at the same time – it’s just an excellent… Read more »
Spring is almost here. After enduring the long cold winter, it’s finally time to start thinking about warmer temperatures again. Now is the time to prepare for spring and fix any issues that have surfaced due to winter storms. The Disaster One team shares these tips to help you inside and outside your home or business…. Read more »
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 »
Although the Northeast will likely get the brunt of this year’s winter weather with snow and precipitation, the Southeast will also see its share or freezing temperatures and wintry weather
Most people know of the dangers floods and hurricanes pose to homes and businesses. What the forget is that mold can move in.