"Prime Disaster Specialists was great to work with and is very professional. I would recommend them to anyone." - Owen B.
Prime Disaster Specialists is veteran owned and veteran operated with a mission to protect it’s surrounding communities and those we can help when it comes to water damage cleanup and restoration services.
We are a locally owned and operated water restoration company. If you have water damage in Alabaster at your home or business don’t hesitate to give us a call today. When you call our office any day, any time you will speak with our live dispatch.
You can count on us to personally handle your needs at every step – from the initial inspection and estimate, through the water restoration process, and all the way to dealing with the insurance company.
Our highly trained and experienced professionals can handle any type of flood damage or water cleanup situation. Our technicians are licensed by the IICRC to perform water damage restoration in your home or business. They have undergone extensive training, and testing to ensure they know how to quickly and safely restore your property.
We offer 24/7 Emergency Service to all of our customers. You can always count on your Prime Disaster Specialist to get to you fast and help repair any damage caused by flooding in your home or business. We use state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment to find hidden moisture and deploy our powerful water removal equipment to restore your structure as quickly and professionally as possible.
Prime Disaster Specialists will provide content removal, sewage removal, water extraction, demolition, structural drying, and mold remediation as needed for your specific disaster.
Whether your home or business has been affected by basement water damage, damage from a frozen, broken or leaky pipe, a toilet or sink overflow, a slab leak, a kitchen drain line leak, water heater, refrigerator, dishwasher or washing machine leak, we can help.
Prime Disaster Specialists understands insurance claims and how to handle them from start to finish from both the insured and the insurer’s viewpoint. We strive for company excellence through superior communication and by paying attention to the smallest of details.
We also take care of your sewer back up and sewer line break problems, sewage removal, and sewage cleanup in the Alabaster area. Out of all of the different types of restoration claims, sewage damage is often the most dangerous and hardest to clean up. The very nature of it resulting from a sewer over flow, means that raw sewage has gotten into your home. Any thing that this raw sewage has touched, needs to be be thrown out. This would include personal belongings, carpeting, padding, and even dry wall. Coming in contact with raw sewage can cause disease, can destroy your valuables and cause severe damage to your property.
When dealing with sewage cleanup, you should always have an experienced sewage damage specialist with specific equipment to remove the sewage. This will keep you and your family safe during the sewage cleanup process.Only trained professionals with the right equipment should handle sewage removal.
Our team of professionally certified experts have years of experience resolving various sewage cleanup and repair problems. No job is too dirty or too big for our certified experts at Prime Disaster Specialists.
No matter if you have residential or commercial water damage, our water damage company will treat each property as if it were our own, and focus first on the health and safety of our clients and fellow team members. We will follow all industry guidelines and never compromise on quality. If you are suffering from a water damage emergency, call us today for immediate water damage repairs.
George L. Scott, Sr., an Alabaster pioneer, owned and operated Alabaster Lime Co. His shipping point was known as “Scott Rock”. Later, housing was built to accommodate some of the employees, and the community acquired its name Alabaster from the "white calcium carbonate mineral". The First Bank of Alabaster opened in 1952, and its president was George L. Scott, Jr., who later became the first mayor of Alabaster. The first attempt in 1952 to incorporate Alabaster failed. In January 1953, the petition was again filed, and on February 23, 1953, Alabaster was officially incorporated with a favorable vote of 79 to 23, and 427 residing inhabitants. In 1955, the Alabaster Water and Gas Board was formed.
Today, Alabaster is home to attractions such as the Albert L. Scott Library.