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Benefits of a Certified Mold Remediation Company

10/13/2019 (Permalink)

Picture of the outside of the office building of SERVPRO SERVPRO of Oakville/Mehlville is a certified mold remediation company

You may be wondering what the difference is between certified mold remediation companies versus those without certification in Bella Villa, MO. Is it that big of a deal? Is it just a ploy to get more money out of you? Turns out, certification is a signal that a company is trustworthy and competent.
Standards

What is Mold Certification?

Essentially it is a set of standards determined by the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC). Depending on where you live, these standards are either voluntary or required by local or state law. There are handbooks available online through the IICRC website so you can see for yourself. It unites specialists by:

  • use of industry accepted terminology.
  • following of consensus driven procedures for
  • cleaning and restoration.
  • being subject to oversight by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).

Background

The certified mold standards and procedures agreed upon by the IICRC were put together through a combination of academic research and practical experience in the remediation field. Restoration companies, trade schools and cleaning professionals came together with public health specialists, microbiologists and other scientists to create the best possible rules and processes to take care of mold in your home. It is reviewed and revised regularly to keep it up to date.

Results

Using a certified mold remediation company establishes a higher level of trust from the get go. If they follow the standards they are supposed to, you can be confident that they are doing what is known to safely remove mold and restore your home. If your insurance company is involved in your remediation, they will probably prefer a certified specialist, as well- you may be more likely to have your expenses covered.
One easy way to narrow down a long list of restoration and cleaning companies for your mold problem is to look for certification. If you want someone who will do the job properly, that's just about all you need to see. The IICRC and ANSI are always working hard to keep up to date with the latest restoration breakthroughs and keep workers at their best.

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