Disaster One has been restoring futures for 40 years by providing disaster restoration services to homes and businesses affected by water damage, fire and smoke damage, storm damage, and mold damage.
Leading weather experts are revising their forecasts and are predicting a more active than average hurricane season in 2017.
With many NC communities still struggling to recover from last October’s Hurricane Matthew, it’s already time to start preparing for the 2017 hurricane season.
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.
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.
Hermine will bring heavy rain, strong winds, and storm surge flooding to south Georgia and the eastern Carolinas through tonight. Here’s how to prepare.
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
The NOAA Climate Prediction Center expects the 2016 Atlantic hurricane season to be near normal.
The newest version of PrepOne disaster planning software is now live with an even easier user interface for real time access to disaster plans.