Category: Water Damage

Top 5 Worst Natural Disasters in Arkansas’ History

1811 New Madrid Earthquake On December 16, 1811 a large earthquake with an epicenter in northeast Arkansas shook about 1 million square miles. Because of the sparse population in the region, damage and fatalities were largely avoided. However, the New Madrid Seismic Zone, which has been mostly... read more

Posted by Administrator on Thu, 16 Feb 2012
Categories: Fire Damage Metro Disaster Blog Natural Disasters Water Damage

The Threat of Floods in Arkansas and How to Be Prepared

Everyone's heard of massive floods- from Noah's Ark to Hurricane Katrina- water can cause some major damage to homes, businesses, personal property and even lives. Who can forget the tragedy that happened back in 2010 at the Albert Pike Campground, where 20 people lost their lives to a unexpected... read more

Posted by Administrator on Tue, 24 Jan 2012
Categories: Metro Disaster Blog Natural Disasters Water Damage

Tornadoes Will Come; Will You Be Ready?

Spring in Arkansas. Dogwoods bloom, pastels rule the landscape, streams trickle to life…And tornadoes come a-callin'. Spring is tornado season in Arkansas and much of the South, in particular, and over the decades — heck, centuries perhaps — those who live within the borders... read more

Posted by Administrator on Tue, 28 Feb 2012
Categories: Commercial Metro Disaster Blog Natural Disasters Residential Water Damage

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