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Why Choose an IICRC Certified Provider

6/27/2022 (Permalink)

Getting a business back on track is made easier when choosing a restoration company that maintains its IICRC certification.

Why Hire an IICRC-Certified Service Provider?

Whether dealing with water, mold, or fire damage, the cleanup and restoration process are not simple. If not done right, it means added costs and potential losses that could have been avoided. For adjusters and business owners in Cottage Grove, MN, choosing a company that is IICRC certified provides peace of mind that the mitigation and restorative services will be completed following industrial guidelines and standards.

Rigorous Company Certification

This nonprofit organization is a global leader in the cleaning, inspection, and restorative industry. It is ANSI-accredited and works with global associations to develop industry standards. Obtaining a mitigation certificate from this nonprofit means that the restoration company is serious about doing the job right. Prior to becoming certified, it must meet the following criteria:

  • Provide proof of and maintain insurance coverage.
  • Ensure technicians on job sites are formally trained.
  • Conduct business professionally and present accurate, detailed information to all parties involved.

Have an established continuing education program.
Maintain a customer complaint policy that documents the complaint and follow-up efforts.

Why Choose an IICRC Certified Company?

Along with knowing that the company has done its work to get certified, choosing a certified company means that the technicians have also completed thorough, industry-specific training. Since the company is required to provide continuous training to maintain certification, the technicians are on top of the latest processes associated with different restoration services. Each receives standardized training, ensuring that no matter where the company is located it adheres to industry standards. Technician certifications include:

  • Applied Microbial Remediation Technician
  • Applied Structural Drying
  • Building Moisture Thermography
  • Commercial Drying Specialist
  • Fire and Smoke Restoration
  • Health and Safety
  • Water Damage Restoration

When restoration services are needed, time is always of the essence. Getting a business back on track is made easier when choosing a restoration company that maintains its IICRC certification.

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