What is IICRC?
IICRC is an acronym for the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification, an organization developed in 1972 to set standards for the inspection, cleaning, and restoration service industries. Considered a certification and standard-setting body rather than an association, the group includes 53,000 active certified registered technicians and 6,000 certified firms, individuals and companies.
IICRC Training and Certification
To obtain certification, TRG technicians have taken a series of classes in specialized areas of cleaning, inspection, and restoration and passed a standardized exam. After certification, we must keep up with trends in the field and the challenges presented by new materials through continuing education credits (CECs) to maintain our certification. The classes familiarize participants with industry standards for cleaning and restoring, as well as with different techniques used in the industry.
Our certifications include
The breadth of IICRC certifications indicates the amount of knowledge a remediation and restoration company needs to adequately and safely restore a home. Although firms that specialize in these areas can function without IICRC certification, those with this designation offer a degree of confidence to homeowners and businesses affected by floods and other disasters. TRG technicians have training and experience working with the techniques, machinery, and products needed for comprehensive restoration.
Why Choose TRG?
As a client, you know you are putting your property in the best hands when you select an IICRC certified firm such as The Restoration Guys. We have the experience to handle losses from small water leaks to devastating hurricane damage; one room restoration and whole-house restoration. We work directly with your insurance company to ensure we make this process as smooth as possible during stressful times.
We restore lives, one home at a time. Call (833) NEED-TRG.
IICRC Certified Firm and Technicians