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Why Choose IICRC Certified Professionals for Water Damage Restoration

Why Choose IICRC Certified Professionals for Water Damage Restoration

Water damage can wreak havoc on your building or business. From floods to burst pipes, the aftermath requires thorough cleanup and restoration. It's not only about getting rid of the water; it's about drying and restoring substructures, drywall, wood, metal, and concrete. This demanding process calls for trained professionals.

That's where IICRC Certified Professionals come in. By choosing a service like CRC, you're opting for experts who have earned the right to display the IICRC logo. This certification means they have met stringent standards set by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification. Not only does it ensure high-quality service, but it also means they adhere to industry-recognized standards for water damage restoration and mold remediation.

Understanding the Source and Level of Damage

To effectively clean up after water damage, it's crucial for your restoration professional to understand the nature of the liquid involved. According to the 500 IICRC standards, there are three categories of liquid in water disasters:

  • Category 1: Clean, sanitary sources like faucet water or drinking fountains.
  • Category 2: Liquids with a small level of contaminants, such as dishwasher water or toilet overflow with urine only.
  • Category 3: Grossly unsanitary liquids like floodwater, sewage backups, or toilet overflows with feces.

Furthermore, the level of destruction varies depending on the materials affected and the volume and category of the liquid. Professionals certified by the IICRC have the expertise to handle vastly different scenarios, from minimal damage to an entire building saturated with water.

Choose a Trusted IICRC CERTIFIED Company

When you're dealing with water damage, you need a reliable and experienced company for cleanup and restoration. At CRC, we are available 24/7 for emergencies and have the necessary IICRC approval to tackle any water damage situation. Let us help you restore your building to its pre-loss state. Contact us today.

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