How do you avoid being scammed by an unscrupulous contractor if you’ve had hurricane damage? Disaster One offers the following advice.
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.
The NOAA Climate Prediction Center expects the 2016 Atlantic hurricane season to be near normal.
Disaster One has dispatched its Large Loss Catastrophic Events Team to Columbia, SC to support the area’s flood restoration efforts. Although Hurricane Joaquin didn’t come ashore it dumped record rainfall on South Carolina, leaving behind historic flooding and damage expected to be in the billions of dollars. Columbia was the epicenter of flood damage and… Read more »
You can be prepared for potential hurricane conditions by following these tips from Disaster One.
TD 2 is struggling to hold on to depression strength and could fall back to tropical wave as it continues to encounter the dry air created by saharan dust storm still lingering over the area needed for development. The depression behind it looks more impressive and some forecasters say it will become a hurricane and… Read more »
The latest storm to form in the Atlantic Basin was 8-29-1977 which became a CAT 5 storm to hit Texas. We are prepared to take our expertise in Restoration to the storm damage when it arrives. A minimal storm can cause major problems depending on forward speed and rainfall amounts. It generally takes wind speed… Read more »