Disaster One has once again been recognized by the Piedmont Triad Apartment Association (PTAA) as its Exterior Contractor of the Year.
What’s New at Disaster One
Two Disaster One employees have attained the Restoration Industry Association’s coveted Certified Restorer® (CR) certification. Often called the “Ph.D. of damage repair,” this advanced certification is widely recognized as the pre-eminent restoration training program.
We’re busy here at Disaster One planning Chips for Children 2017 and we’ve got exciting news today: Chips for Children is moving to the Greensboro Country Club! Nestled in the heart of Irving Park at 410 Sunset Drive, Greensboro Country Club boasts impeccable ambiance, incredible cuisine, and ample onsite parking. We’re confident this new venue… Read more »
Disaster One continues to expand its presence with the opening of its newest office in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, effective February 15, 2017. We’ve been providing disaster restoration services in Myrtle Beach and surrounding areas in South Carolina from our Wilmington, NC office for several years and this new office will allow us to serve… Read more »
Disaster One mobilized storm teams before Hurricane Matthew arrived and began responding to hundreds of calls for help while the storm was still in progress.
Disaster One’s response to Hurricane Matthew is in full force along the Southeast U.S. coast even as the storm is still in progress.
WGHP FOX8 reporter Amber Roberts has signed on as emcee for the 3rd annual Chips for Children casino night to be held on September 30, 2016.
Disaster One is excited to announce Blue Ridge Companies as a Premier Sponsor of our Chips for Children charity event supporting The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Greensboro.
A 6th floor mechanical fire at the Carolina Beach Courtyard Marriott triggered the sprinkler system throughout the hotel, sending water all the way down to the first floor lobby
Disaster One’s Large Loss Catastrophic Events Team is on the ground in Lewisburg, West Virginia, assisting in the recovery from what is the third-deadliest flooding on record in the state. Torrential rainfall on June 23 dumped up to 12 inches in less than 12 hours there, in what the National Weather Service called a 1,000… Read more »