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The Importance of Hiring an IICRC Certified Restoration Company

November 20, 2015 10:07 am

What is the IICRC?

The IICRC is an independent, non-profit organization for the inspection, cleaning and restoration industries. They promote ethical standards within the restoration and cleaning communities and work to establish and advance globally recognized standards and certifications for professional cleaning and restoration companies.

The IICRC has a group of over 53,000 certified technicians, many holding numerous certifications. In order to become IICRC certified, technicians must complete a class and achieve a passing grade on an exam. When technicians and firms hold this title, they can be trusted by their community to provide the best, most reliable work. The IICRC teaches the technicians about the newest, up-to-date industry techniques, products, and information.

ServiceMaster by Rice is proud to be IICRC qualified. Our technicians are certified by the best in the industry and are trained by the highest standard of service for every employee.

IICRC Standards of Excellence

The IICRC was formed in 1972 and now has over 40 years of trusted experience in the cleaning, inspection, and restoration industry. The certified technicians follow a governed set of values that include respect, responsibility, integrity, excellence, and expertise.

Benefits of Hiring an IICRC Restoration Professional

Hiring an IICRC certified technician will give you peace of mind knowing that you will receive the highest quality of work from professional technicians. With an IICRC certified technician, the work our service technicians provide will be industry-standard and follow the highest level of industry-standard restoration services. IICRC also provides our technicians with continual updates and training about the newest industry trends and knowledge.

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