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The Significance of IICRC Certification in Water Damage Restoration


When seeking a reputable cleaning or restoration company, you might have come across the phrase “We are IICRC certified.” But, what does it really mean, and why is IICRC certification so important? Let's delve deeper into the true meaning and impact of this certification in the restoration industry.

What is IICRC? The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC), also known as Clean Trust, was established in 1972 to set health and safety standards and ensure quality work in carpet and upholstery cleaning. Over time, it expanded globally, encompassing all types of cleaning and restoration activities. With over 50,000 certified technicians and 6,000 Certified Firms worldwide, the IICRC upholds globally recognized standards and certifications for the inspection, cleaning, restoration, and installation industries.

The Value of IICRC Certification: The IICRC serves as an independent certification body, promoting high standards, ethics, and technical proficiency within the inspection, cleaning, and restoration industries. Hiring a Clean Trust-Certified Firm or technician provides reasonable assurance that the work will be completed according to the industry's “standard of care.”

What's Involved with IICRC Certification? The IICRC program offers a wide range of courses and training covering various aspects of property restoration, from technical skills like carpet cleaning to the broader aspects of the restoration business. Technicians undergo multiple training courses and seminars yearly to stay updated on new equipment and methods, ensuring efficient restoration practices.

The Importance of IICRC Certification: Unlike industries with mandatory licensing for consumer safety, the water damage industry lacks such regulations. Consequently, anyone can start a restoration firm without proper training, posing potential risks. IICRC certification ensures that certified technicians and restoration companies adhere to advanced techniques and present excellence in their services. Consumer reassurance is guaranteed, knowing the job will be handled with professionalism and ethics.

Our Commitment to IICRC Certification: At Superior Restoration, we prioritize training and knowledge to deliver exceptional services. Our Clean Trust-certified technicians are committed to performing at the highest standard during and after the restoration process. With us, you'll receive incomparable service and top-notch professionalism.

When faced with water damage restoration or cleanup, always choose professionals or companies with IICRC certification. The value of this certification lies in the commitment to excellence, consumer reassurance, and adherence to industry standards. At Superior Restoration, we stand by our IICRC certification, providing you with quality service and peace of mind. Call us today for any water damage restoration needs.

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At Superior Restoration, our expertise in fire and water damage restoration extends to various cities. We cater to locations in Riverside County, Inland Empire, and Orange County, including Temecula, Murrieta, Riverside, and Corona. Stay informed with our helpful blog posts and rely on us for swift and reliable restoration solutions, wherever you may be. Please visit our Service Area page for a complete list of all the cities we serve.