Disaster One is standing by in case of frozen pipes or other winter weather damage.

It was one year ago this week that a massive polar vortex assaulted and paralyzed much of the U.S. Anyone up for Round Two?

The coldest temperatures of the season are on the way this week as dangerously cold arctic air masses move all the way to the Gulf Coast. Wind chills could even drop into single digits and below zero on Wednesday night according to the National Weather Service. Parts of Florida could experience wind chills in the teens.

This frigid weather could bring on another round of frozen and bursting pipes, which could lead to water damage in homes and businesses. It doesn’t have to happen to you, though. We’ve compiled lots of tips and info that will help you avoid big problems. Read more here:

Frozen Pipes: How to Avoid a Disaster

11 tips for Winterizing Your Home

You can rest assured that Disaster One’s water damage team is mobilized and standing by in case the worst happens. We’re ready to provide emergency response any time of day or night, 24/7/365. If you or anyone you know experiences frozen pipes or other winter emergency, don’t hesitate to call us at 800-277-4787 or contact us online any time.

Disaster One offers an extensive training program to our insurance and property management clients. Email us at Training@DisasterOne.com to learn more or to schedule a class.