Those in the carpet cleaning or restoration business, either in or around Norfolk or elsewhere, want to stay up to date with the latest in cleaning technology and industry info. Luckily, there is an organization that has the needs of these industries in mind. The IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification) is a non-profit organization that serves over 25 countries—helping set the standards that those in the carpet cleaning business trust to help them in the operation of their business.
Not only does the IIRC do the research necessary to set proper standards, they provide a variety of resources to help educate those in the industry. By creating standards and helping to educate on these standards, the IICRC can help protect the consumer, build trust in the industry and also protect the environment. The IICRC offers classes in-person, on the Internet and also continuing education courses.
From the customer’s standpoint, the IIRC is a valuable resource as well. Consumers can contact the IICRC for referrals to certified technicians and cleaning firms. There are over 53,000 IICRC certified technicians worldwide, and the IICRC can help put consumers in touch with these individuals and businesses.
As you can see, the IICRC provides many valuable services in the carpet cleaning industry. Whether you are the owner of a carpet restoration business, or you are a customer that wants to find a dependable and standard-compliant expert, learning about the services provided by the IICRC can prove very beneficial.