Everyday extreme weather is affecting some corner of the globe. While certain elements produce mass destruction and change lives, others merely fizzle out. We are on a mission to find out why and ultimately change the outcome these sever storms have on the communities they attack.
When disasters strike, every action taken will either help or hurt overall chances of recovering. That is where we come in. We are not just “Storm Hunters”, we are Recovery Experts on scene to help those affected by the chaos, maximize recovery, develop and executing a tailored recovery plan to help avoid pitfalls and assure medical aid is administered where needed. We pride ourselves on the fact that we have saved dozens of lives, helped hundreds small business and thousands of people. We look forward to bringing you along on our journey and hopefully making more people aware of natural disaster dangers and how they can be avoided.
What if modern manmade technology could help solve this mystery? Could more advanced warnings be issued? Could more lives be saved?
Why are some natural disasters large and astonishingly destructive while others remain insignificant and produce little more than an impressive whirl-wind? Meteorologist and storm chasers alike have been after these answers for decades. By fine-tuning the movements and approaches of natural disasters, they hope to one day be able to accurately predict which cells will produce destruction and which ones can simply be ignored.
When a disaster strikes, it is our responsibility to cover the field experts and technical personnel to ensure we can capture the essence of what this team is doing and how they hope to change the way people are affected by these catastrophic events. Irrespective of magnitude or location, we run towards the chaos and help be a part of the solution.
Matt MelroseDisaster Investigator
We help communities and their citizens maximize recovery, I guide them through the convoluted conditions that follow these catastrophic events and ensure they are safe and supported. People count on me, and that isn’t something I take lightly. I wake up every day to help others survive. It is what keeps me going.
Mike SaavedaCritical Response
Every property is a library of personal stories filled with hope, sacrifice and achievements. Each reflects pieces of those who leave indelible fingerprints on its history. Disasters add perilous verses of loss and chaos, indiscriminately dismantling lives, thwarting the plans of some who never recover. We know what it takes to rebound from a modern catastrophe, devoting ourselves to ensure that all disaster victims receive a fair opportunity to successfully recover and contribute a chapter to the greater story of us all. Because we know, WE SERVE.
Steve SelleckTeam Lead
This collision of air and water is what rules my life. It fills my thoughts. It pushes me to take risks and put myself in positions that some view with awe but many view with suspicion. And chasing tornadoes is how I want to spend the rest of my life. Honestly, I’m not sure I have a choice.