Proudly Serving Nicholson!

Serving Nicholson

Proudly serving Nicholson and the surrounding area! Whether you see our vehicles in Nicholson, Factoryville, or Hop Bottom, we are a fixture of the neighborhoods we serve and live in. For 20 years, our team has proudly served Nicholson and the surrounding area, differentiating ourselves through service and support through the claims process. Because at Disaster Blaster, we aren't just a company doing business in your area, we are your neighbors and friends...

But that isn't all that sets us apart. As a Truly Local Company, we are proud that when calling our offices, you will reach someone in Northeastern PA. Someone that knows the area, and how to pronounce the names of the towns! And without a franchise system pulling us to far off parts of the country, you know We're Here For You®, and that's never going to change.

At Disaster Blaster though, we don't rest on our laurels, we're also The Local Industry Leader, being the only company in the area able to complete a project from beginning to end, including highly regulated industries such as Asbestos Abatement and Radon Mitigation. We continue to leverage our years of experience to drive down the repairs necessitated by a claim as well through advanced processes and techniques that are proven to work. Of course, should you have a need for Repairs, we're more than happy to handle that for you too!

Others may try to duplicate, but there's only one Disaster Blaster!

Interesting Facts About Nicholson:
• Disaster Blaster was originally founded and incorporated in Nicholson, PA!
• Nicholson was named after John Nicholson, former Comptroller General of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania from 1782 to 1794.
• In 1904, Nicholson founded one of the first fire companies in the area, which was staffed entirely by volunteers.
• The Tunkhannock Viaduct, also known as the Nicholson Bridge was built as part of a massive engineering project conducted from 1912 to 1915, and included a smaller bridge known as the Marten's Creek Viaduct, and a 3,630 foot tunnel located 2 miles south of Nicholson. This project cost $ 12 Million.
• After the bridge project was completed, the existing rail line was turned over to the Pennsylvania Highway Department, who built the Lackawanna Trail, now Route 11, on the land. This road was opened in 1922.

• The town of Nicholson attracted national attention during the final week of July, 1986, when an escaped Bengal tiger was hunted in the area for several days. Despite air and ground searches by state police and zoo officials, the animal was never found.

What Your Neighbors Are Saying

Disaster Blaster Review  "Everyone was very professional at their job." Carl E., Repairs

Disaster Blaster Review  "Disaster Blaster was professional and they were on time and courteous and polite. Thank you very much. Great crew." Linda W., Furnace Puff Back

Disaster Blaster Review  "Excellent." Dan S., Storm Damage / Repairs