IICRC Certified Mold Removal in New Jersey 

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When we need to file out taxes we turn to an accountant. If our car’s transmission starts slipping we take it to a mechanic. If we’re not feeling well, we make an appointment with a healthcare professional. Why? Not only do these professionals have training, knowledge and experience in their respective fields, they’re also certified. Each of these professionals has received certifications that verify that they’ve met all of the necessary requirements to be deemed an expert authority. 

Since you only trust trained experts to file your taxes, fix your car or address your health issues, it makes sense that you would trust your water damage or mold remediation needs to the experts. Unfortunately, many home and business owners believe that most general contractors are experts in these areas. Although many organizations like to consider themselves experts, they’re lacking one very crucial factor: Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification

It’s important to choose IIRC-certified cleaning, restoration and inspection specialists when you require water damage restoration, drying services, or mold remediation for your home or business. Here are the top reasons why: 

Commitment to Excellence and Integrity 

When a company identifies itself as an IIRC-certified organization, it demonstrates that it adheres to this globally recognized authority’s high standards for excellence and integrity in all of the services it provides to its customers. 

IICRC-certified firms demonstrate that they have invested their time, efforts and resources in ensuring that all of its technicians have been properly trained in the latest technology and science-based methods for first-rate mold remediation, water damage restoration, and drying services. They also follow a strict code of ethics in order to provide excellent customer service, support and satisfaction. 

Commitment to Growth 

IIRC certification isn’t a one-off occurrence – it’s an ongoing process. In order to maintain certification, firms must continue to participate in on-going training for all of its technicians. As the industry evolves, it’s imperative that the technicians learn all updated cleaning, removal and restoration methods to comply with their commitment to excellence. As new technology is introduced in the industry, IRRC-certified techs are required to master these innovations so they can deliver the best results possible. 

Any contractor can claim to be a cleaning, restoration and inspection expert – only an IICRC-certified firm like FloodCo has the proof to back up that claim. Contact us today to see how our IICRC-certified technicians can help your home or business with its water damage restoration, drying services or mold remediation needs. 

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