Carpet is a high value asset, and if it isn't properly maintained, it can be a serious source of indoor allergens and other elements that make for an unhealthy building. That's why carpet mills, fiber producers, and furnishing retailers frequently specify the use of IICRC Certified Firms.
The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification (IICRC) was established in 1972 to establish carpet cleaning standards. The IICRC is the professional carpet, drapery, and upholstery cleaning industry's independent certification and standard-setting body.
IICRC certification is earned through study, experience, and successful completion of formal written examinations.
As an IICRC Certified Firm our technicians:
IICRC Certification ensures that you receive the highest level of service and that your assets are maintained by professionals.
- Have attended one or more IICRC approved schools and successfully completed written examinations
- Maintain credentials through continuing education programs
- Are trained to identify fabrics and furnishings, select approved cleaning methods, and clean your facility with maximum safety and skill