IICRC (Clean Trust) Certified Technicians—Trusted &Trained
What is the IICRC (Clean Trust)?
IICRC (Clean Trust) certification has set the industry standard for cleaning, inspection, and restoration service industries for more than 30 years. As a non-profit certification organization, the IICRC ensures that customers have access to well-trained and trusted cleaning professionals. They closely monitor certification programs to uphold the established standards for cleaning and restoration, as well as other related service industries.
To qualify for IICRC (Clean Trust) Certified Firm status, a business must demonstrate proof of insurance, maintain a written customer complaint policy with documented follow-up, and provide ongoing education and training for every technician. All technicians who work for an IICRC company must be certified by this organization.
IICRC (Clean Trust) certified firms are also required to abide by the IICRC (Clean Trust) Code of Ethics to handle crucial matters like floor inspection, mold remediation, and fire restoration. Any failure to follow the regulations outlined in the Code of Ethics during a major or minor cleaning and restoration project will result in removal of the company’s IICRC certification.
Why is it important to hire a company that’s IICRC Certified?
The IICRC’s certification acts as a guarantee that the company will follow the practices outlined above. When you put your trust in Bixler Corporation, you can be confident that the technicians who show up at your door have met the rigorous standards for certification. This ensures that you will be dealing with cleaning and restoration specialists who have a high degree of training and experience. When you hire a company without this certification, the technician may not be skilled enough to complete the work. We promise our customers outstanding service, and we deliver it time and time again.
IICRC also guarantees that Bixler Corporation cares about the health and safety of its clients. IICRC certified firms remove potentially dangerous pollutants during the cleaning process without leaving any harmful chemicals behind.