A tornado watch was issued for all of the metro Atlanta and north Georgia area just after 5:30am Monday. A watch means that isolated tornadoes are possible. Please take necessary precautions as storms are capable of damaging winds, hail, tremendous downpours and lightning. Know the signs of a tornado: Strong, persistnet rotation in the cloud… Read more »
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As you can see, after a slow start to the season, we are now trending above average when tallying up the number of named storms and hurricanes. Will Gaston be next?
Disaster One takes pride in our leadership position in the field of property restoration. Industry leaders stay on the cutting edge of development and technology by maintaining certifications and affiliations with industry organizations that focus on procedure standardization, tools and strategies from the industry. On June 29th we will hold a Continuing Education Seminar on… Read more »
June 1 is the start of the Atlantic Basin Hurricane Season; however, tropical activity tends to remain light during the month of June. Of course expectations are always the rule, but we can look at trends since reporting began in 1886 to help determine tropical activity. Since 1886, records indicate that there have only been… Read more »
Currently we are experiencing heavy wind and rains with the potential for tornadoes. High Point, NC has already reported activity and damage and other areas and under warnings. Please call us if we can help in the event of storm damage. Our team is available 24/7! Call today 800.277.4787. Please use precaution during these storms.
Hello Everyone, Well the weekend is almost upon us! Please remember we are available 24/7 (even on weekends) to assist in the event of an emergency. Call us a 800.277.4787. Don’t forget to change your clocks this weekend! We all loose an hour of sleep.
It’s important to have a plan for the unexpected. In our business we see emergency situations caused by fires, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes and much more. Make sure you and your family have a plan. Your plan should cover the basics where to meet, what to bring (medicines, food etc) and also what to do about… Read more »
Seasonal allergies affect over 35 million people in the United States, according to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. Follow these tips to reduce allergens in your home. Tip #1 Keep windows closed – If needed, use air conditioning, which cleans, cools and dries. Tip #2 Keep entryways clean – Sweep, dust or… Read more »
Disaster One understands the quicker the response time the greater the chance of containing the loss and preventing further damage, saving property and time. In the event of a smoke loss contact Disaster One to quickly begin the restoration process. Effects of Smoke and Fire to a Home: Minutes, Hours, Days, Weeks Within minutes-acid soot… Read more »
Understanding and controlling some of the common pollutants found in homes, schools, and offices may help improve your indoor air and reduce your family’s risk of health concerns related to indoor air quality. Radon is a radioactive gas that is formed in the soil. It can enter indoors through cracks and openings in floors and… Read more »