October 8-14, 2017 is National Fire Prevention Week. Now’s the time to take steps to prevent fires and to protect yourself if a fire does occur. Whether in a place of business or at home, you should be doing the following.
water damage cleanup
As part of our 40th anniversary celebration, we’ve invited our clients to share a memorable Disaster One story with us. This is from Sandy, an insurance agent.
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
In the US, we like to think of Memorial Day as the unofficial start of summer. It’s a big travel weekend as we head for a beach, lake, or mountain – really anywhere we can spend the weekend in the sun. As you plan your holiday activities, always remember to keep safety top of mind…. Read more »
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 »
We received the following letter from Kathleen W. in Raleigh after completing water damage repairs at her home: “Major kitchen and plumbing emergencies are without a doubt the most inconvenient kind of house repair problems to deal with. We recently had both at once, but with the help of Disaster One, everything was fixed as… Read more »
We’re excited to announce that effective March 11, 2013, Disaster One has joined forces with Apex Emergency Services in Lakeland, FL. You can read the details in our news release here. We’re looking forward to the opportunities this merger presents to both companies to enhance our abilities to serve our clients in the southeast US…. Read more »
Chances are you’re going to have some kind of water damage at home or at work sooner or later. The water heater might leak, a pipe may burst, or water could work its way into an attic – or beyond – during a storm. The ensuing water damage cleanup can be costly and emotionally draining…. Read more »