What is the IICRC?
You may already know that SERVPRO is proudly an IICRC certified firm, but what exactly is the IICRC and how does it ensure our customers get the best service?
To start off, IICRC stands for the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration. Founded in 1972, It is the governing body of the mitigation/restoration industry, setting the procedural standards by which all cleaning, inspection, and restoration work is measured. Considered “state of the art” in the contamination field, the IICRC is also an accredited member of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) which verifies the regulation process. In short, these entities quicken the acceptance of new products and methods while keeping them safe and effective for all consumers.
By continually maintaining our IIRC certification, SERVPRO can offer our customers the most technologically advanced products and techniques in the restoration business. More importantly though, these rigorously tested standards help keep our customers safe, another reason why SERVPRO is the premier restoration company.