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How Do Restoration Professionals Become Qualified?

10/30/2022 (Permalink)

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How Do Restoration Professionals Become Qualified?

When your property is struck by a fire, flood or health hazard like mold, you want the most trusted experts to lead the cleanup and repairs. But how can you tell which crews are the most qualified? Here is a breakdown of key qualifications your local commercial building restoration professionals should have and how those standards are achieved. 

Completion of IICRC Training
The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification is one of the world's most reputable organizations for the restoration industry. The firm provides in-depth training for those working across the industry and awards certification in a number of specialized areas. Their dozens of certifications include: 

  • Commercial Drying Specialist
  • Fire and Smoke Damage Restoration
  • Technician
  • Odor Control Technician
  • Health and Safety Technician
  • Water Damage Restoration Technician

If you are in need of a damage restoration expert in Chandler, AZ, make sure that they are IICRC certified.

Local and National Company Training 
On top of receiving a mitigation certificate from the third-party Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification, trust that your restoration crews have also undergone their own local and national training. To become an industry leader, it's paramount to provide support to crews working in different community franchises as well as at the national level. This will typically include informative courses followed by an exam.

Course Opportunities for Various Professionals
The restoration industry is not just limited to those who clean and repair properties. In fact, insurance adjusters, real estate professionals and cleaning crews alike often come together to provide customer satisfaction. These professionals are best qualified when they have a holistic understanding of everything emergency mitigation entails, therefore they may be offered an opportunity to expand their knowledge with related courses. 
The effort that goes into becoming a fully-qualified restoration expert is immense. Trained professionals should receive IICRC certification, undergo local and national corporate training as well as continue industry education with additional course opportunities available to them. 

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