IICRC stands for Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification. It is an accreditation for businesses in the restoration, inspection, and cleaning industries. The organization examines businesses that apply for certification, encouraging them to adhere to best practices and act in the best interests of the consumer.
For a business to qualify for certification, it must:
The water restoration professionals at Roto-Rooter are well-trained and have water cleanup / water restoration certification. They are accredited with IICRC and perform water restoration services in compliance with the IICRC S500 standards for professional water damage restoration. This means that when you hire Roto-Rooter, you are getting water damage cleanup, sanitizing and deodorizing services that you can trust.
Simple drying techniques are often not enough when removing water after a leak, spill or flood. Carpets, walls and floor coverings are porous, which means extensive water damage cleaning is required. Surface cleaning only removes visible contamination, but microorganisms are often left behind, which can potentially cause health problems and unpleasant odors. All surfaces affected by water damage must be thoroughly cleaned, dried, disinfected and deodorized by trained professionals in order to properly eliminate disease-causing bacteria, fungi and viruses.
Roto-Rooter’s prompt and professional water damage cleaning experts are trained and certified to clean, dry and deodorize areas affected by excessive water damage and sewage backups. We utilize an approved process that offers protection against germs, mold, mildew and odors.
You can rely on the water restoration experts at Roto-Rooter to remove water, and to thoroughly dry, clean, decontaminate and deodorize your home or business safely and efficiently.