SERVPRO Technicians Are Certified And Ready To Help
SERVPRO of Bath is IICRC certified in a variety of categories. One of the most important is water restoration.
IICRC stands for the “Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification.” They are the institution that sets the standards for the entire cleaning and restoration industry.
Our technicians study IICRC standards and practices in a variety of crucial fields: water restoration, mold remediation, carpet cleaning, and fire restoration, just to name a few.
What is a WRT?
WRT stands for water damage restoration technician.
The IICRC states "the Water Damage Restoration Technician course is designed to teach restoration personnel that performs remediation work to give them a better concept for water damage, its effects, and techniques for drying of structures."
In other words, those proficient enough to pass IICRC standards have been given the knowledge and tactics necessary to handle commercial and residential properties.
Once this certification is met, many aim for the ASD certification. ASD stands for applied structural drying. Before you can take the ASD course, you must be WRT certified. It can function as a sort of “next level” to the WRT certification and ensures health and safety measures will be taken for all exposed to the work environment.
Being WRT certified means our technician, project manager, or crew chief is certified to take care of your water damage, no matter if it's in your living room or your retail store!
If you suffer a commercial or residential disaster and need to clean up call us and we will clean with care and can be your single source for all your clean-up needs.
SERVPRO of Bath is a proud provider of service to our community. We're “Here to Help” 24/7 at (252) 923-0213.