Choosing a Restoration Provider: 4 Tips You Need to Know

POSTED ON: August 13, 2018
An organization's approach to safety is one of the most important indicators of their efficacy. Ensuring the safety of customers, employees, passersby and the work crew is critical to limiting potential liabilities. Watch our latest video to learn four tips for choosing a resoration providerR... Read More

Thunderstorms and Roof Leaks: What You Need to Know

POSTED ON: August 6, 2018
If you live in one of the Great Plains states, then you know just how fast the pouring rain from a thunderstorm can add up. And the more thunderstorms you see, the more you need to pay attention to the impact they may be having on your building. After all, no building is 100% waterproof and if there... Read More

Colorado State University Calling for Below-Average Atlantic Hurricane Season

POSTED ON: August 2, 2018
Colorado State University (CSU) issued its final update to their Atlantic seasonal hurricane forecast today, August 2, and call for a below-average remainder of the hurricane season. Their final forecast is for a total of 12 named storms (including the three named storms that have already formed), 5... Read More

Wildfire Safety Resources

POSTED ON: July 31, 2018
First and foremost, our best wishes go out to all of the people, families and businesses affected by the wildfires throughout the country. With the summer continuing to be hot and dry in many areas, we thought it would be worth compiling a few of our preparedness tips to keep your home and business ... Read More

Interstate is Celebrating 20 Years of Service

POSTED ON: July 24, 2018
July 28th marks Interstate’s 20th year in business and it has been an extraordinary journey that includes thousands of responses to many of the largest disasters in the nation along with consistent growth. Today, Interstate has more than 50 offices and employs more than 1,250 people across North A... Read More

Disaster Recovery Tips for the Unprepared: 5 Steps

POSTED ON: July 16, 2018
Flooding. Storm damage. A fire. Even detailed planners don’t always have a strategy for responding to a natural or manmade disaster. But if you’ve just experienced any type of business disaster, you need to restore normal operations as fast as possible. So after calling 911 or other emergency r... Read More

3 Reasons You Should Update Your Disaster Recovery Plan

POSTED ON: July 9, 2018
If your business has a Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) in place, we applaud you. DRPs are a fundamental resource for making sure your business can navigate disaster and quickly recover after the worst has passed. But… Unfortunately, it’s also easy for DRPs to become outdated. For example, people ge... Read More

Business Continuity or Organizational Resilience? The Growing Debate

POSTED ON: June 25, 2018
You're busy. So a growing business terminology debate may not sound important. But what if you had a better way to prove the strategic value and achieve buy-in for business continuity practices? That's the potential impact of newer approaches around “organizational resilience.” And that... Read More

The Value of Social Media During Disasters and Helpful Feeds to Follow

POSTED ON: June 18, 2018
If you look at practically any checklist for a disaster preparedness kit, a battery-powered radio and extra batteries will be near the top. Yet although radios will probably always be important to readiness, smart phones have quickly become the preferred resource for figuring out what’s happening ... Read More

It's Time to Get Strategic About Disaster Recovery

POSTED ON: June 11, 2018
Interstate will be at the NAA Education Conference later this week and we hope to see you there! We'll have Interstate representatives at booth #1812 discussing how Interstate's accelerated portfolio approach to recovery after a disaster can reduce your claim costs and downtime by up to 50%.... Read More