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Pensacola, FL, United States, 2012/10/09 - Premium Carpet Care technician receives certification for water damage restoration by the IICRC. The IICRC is the world's largest certification organization - CarpetCaretTips.com.
Premium Carpet Care of Pensacola, Florida proclaims the IICRC accreditation regarding Joshua Stewart. The IICRC, recognized as the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification, is the world's largest sized training as well as accreditation board for cleaning and restoration firms.
Joshua Stewart, general manager in Premium Carpet Care, has recently completed two days on training for water damage restoration certification. Water damage restoration is frequently done immediately after water enters a property from pipe breakage or rising water coming from outside the property. Any time water makes its way into a property, water damage restoration is necessary to control damage.
John Braun, founder of Premium Carpet Care said,"I believe very firmly in training. I would by no means send one of my staff to complete the drying out of a flooded building without having this kind of intensive training."
The training is followed by a accreditation test. The test tests course attendees about the subjects of building drying out, water removal, and water inspections. It is one of the most challenging exams the IICRC offers and many attendees do not pass. Only those who pass gain the right to call themselves certified water damage qualified professionals.
Exactly why is accreditation crucial? The federal government provides no training specifications for companies that call their selves water damage restoration professionals. Quite a few organizations do this kind of labor with no any training. But the difficulty is, lack of training can lead to the buyer having to pay for the contractor's mistakes.
Whenever water damage isn't effectively restored, harmful mold growth commonly occurs. What is identified as "black" mold can typically make property inhabitants ill. In addition, lingering moisture content conditions can lead to termites and also structural difficulties in the building.