6 Steps to Prepare Your Business for Spring Flooding

POSTED ON: April 16, 2018
Check out our latest blog turned vlog and see what our top six tips are for preparing your business for spring and summer flooding.

Here are the Top Five Things to Do After a Flood

POSTED ON: April 16, 2018
Flooding remains one of the most persistent natural disasters in the United States and throughout the world, causing billions of dollars in damage to homes and property each year. Preserving your business continuity in the aftermath can present a daunting challenge, but proper damage restoration is ... Read More

Get the Inside Scoop from Dr. Phil Klotzbach — Hurricane Webinar Tomorrow

POSTED ON: April 10, 2018
Be the first to get an insider’s look into the 2018 hurricane season predictions. We invite you to attend our annual webinar on Tuesday, April 10th at 12:00 PM PST to hear from Dr. Phil Klotzbach, Research Scientist with the Department of Atmospheric Science at Colorado State University. Dr. Phil ... Read More

2018 Hurricane Season Predictions Are In: Hear What the Experts are Saying

POSTED ON: April 5, 2018
UPDATED: Listen to Dr. Phils webinar here. The 2018 hurricane season officially begins in less than 60 days and The Department of Atmospheric Science at Colorado State University (CSU) has released its first official forecast of what we can expect to see this year. We'll be diving into a detaile... Read More

The Top 3 Criteria for Choosing a Restoration Provider

POSTED ON: April 2, 2018
When it comes to selecting a disaster restoration provider, decisions often quickly gravitate toward price. Of course, price is an important consideration in any business decision, but usually you get what you pay for. And it’s important to remember that cost savings can disappear in the face of s... Read More

Tornadoes Can Strike Year-Round, Don't Be Caught Without a Plan

POSTED ON: March 26, 2018
While hurricanes typically only occur in the Atlantic from June through November, tornadoes are a year-round threat. On average, approximately 1,250 tornadoes occur in the United States every year. The most active month is May with about 275 tornadoes on average, while the least active month is Febr... Read More

Snow Boots or Rain Boots?

POSTED ON: March 6, 2018
With spring upon us, many parts of the country are breathing a big sigh of relief. But for businesses in many areas, we’re also entering one of the rockiest times of the year for weather. From day to day and week to week, spring weather can sometimes feel like a rollercoaster ride. Nice days can q... Read More

4 Proactive Disaster Planning Tips for Hotels and Resorts

POSTED ON: February 19, 2018
Okay, let’s be real. You’re incredibly busy and developing a hotel or resort emergency restoration strategy is probably not near the top of your to-do list. But given the frequency and intensity of weather events and other natural disasters, or even fires, hospitality disaster planning i... Read More

The “Dragon Test” and 10 Tips for Preparing for Emergencies and Disasters

POSTED ON: February 12, 2018
“It does not do to leave a live dragon out of your calculations, if you live near him.” ― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Hobbit Unlike dragons, natural disasters and business emergencies are all too real. After all, 2017 was a record year for billion-dollar weather-related disasters in the U.S., with a s... Read More

11 Characteristics of Great Crisis Leaders

POSTED ON: January 29, 2018
With 17 extreme weather events, 2017 was one of the busiest and costliest years on record for disaster recovery in the U.S. If the recent weather trends continue, many areas of the country can expect to face difficult circumstances in 2018 and beyond. Any time your business confronts a rapidly unfol... Read More