Clearwater, FL

Do you have an emergency right now? Call us at 800-277-4787

If you need disaster restoration in Clearwater or surrounding areas, Disaster One is here for you. Our trained and certified technicians are standing by 24/7 to help you with anything from simple water removal if you’ve experienced a broken water line, to fire damage restoration – up to completely rebuilding your structure after a major loss.

Disaster One is a fully licensed, insured and bonded general contractor, which means one phone call is all it takes to bring you back from your loss. You can count on Disaster One to when emergencies strike, such as hurricanes, floods, fires and water-related disasters.

Disaster One serves the Tampa – Clearwater – St. Petersburg area of Florida including Sarasota, Brooksville, and more.

Disaster One is proud to be a member of numerous real estate, multifamily, insurance and business associations. We are committed not just to membership but to taking on active leadership roles within these organizations. We support these groups because they share our dedication to strengthening the communities we serve.

Clearwater News

  • Disaster One expands into Florida through merger with Apex Emergency Services

    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. Stay tuned to the Disaster One blog for updates. Meanwhile – a warm welcome to the newest members of our Disaster One family!
  • 4 Tips for avoiding contractor scams after a hurricane

    Hurricane damage
    In the wake of a hurricane or even a tropical storm you’ll see a lot of contractors offering to help with repairs. Some are very reputable, some…not so much so. How do you avoid being scammed? The Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety offers the following advice:
    • Be susipcious of any contractor who tries to rush you to make decisions, particularly if the repairs are not an emergency or the work is temporary
    • Immediately dismiss any contractor who claims to be backed by FEMA – they do not endorse indivdual contractors
    • Ask to see the contractor’s driver’s license – write down the license number and the license plate number of their vehicle
    • Never allow a contractor to discourage you from contacting your insurance company
    You can see more of their advice here. If you ever experience flood or storm damage, Disaster One is here for you with 24/7 emergency response. Integrity is #1 in our mission statement and we encourage you to check our references. Call us any time at 800-277-4787.