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Why You Should Hire a Certified Water Damage Expert

5/6/2020 (Permalink)

The IICRC It's a non-profit certification body for the restoration industry founded in 1972

Many things can cause a broken pipe. Some of the most common causes in La Marque, TX, include tree roots, corrosion, and broken joints. When pipes burst, your property is at risk of structural damage and bacterial growth if water clean up doesn't happen immediately.
Calling a clean up and restoration company will be necessary for your property's structural integrity and the safety of all occupants. Make sure the company you hire employs IICRC technicians who are trained and certified for this type of work.

What is IICRC?

IICRC stands for Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification. The IICRC is the body of experts who set standards for the cleanup and restoration industry. Professionals with this certification learn the best practices of the trade, including mitigation practices, hazardous waste clean up, and commercial drying techniques.

Why Hire an IICRC Specialist?
The professionals who are certified by the IICRC are trained to put your best interests into their work. This means making the health and safety of your business's occupants a priority while also restoring your facility to a pre-disaster state. During the water clean up process, the IICRC specialist will save what is salvageable and remove any mold, bacteria, and other hazards to health that could be a threat to your employees and clients.
Following cleanup, a commercial drying specialist will inspect the structure and make plans for the best way to ensure your building dries to a safe indoor environment. The drying specialist has been trained in complex commercial structures, technology, and techniques for various building materials and equipment.
Hiring a worker without certification could pose a liability risk to your business. If the property is not disinfected and dried correctly, mold and sewage could remain and dangers could present long after clean up has occurred.
When disaster happens, put the safety of your team first. Only hire skilled and certified technicians who have been trained in best practices. When you do, you will always have the best outcome.

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