A homeowner should never have to rely on uncertified and poorly trained water damage restoration companies. It can be stressful looking for a professional when there’s excess water streaming into the home, but picking the wrong professional may mean a poor cleanup and lingering health risks. Fortunately, there are a number of organizations dedicated to training restoration technicians, and homeowners should always choose a professional that has been certified by one of these institutes.
JP Moore’s technicians have been trained by some of the most respected organizations in the industry, including the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC). The IICRC has been around for decades and is responsible for best practices in the restoration field. JP Moore also holds certification with the Professional Mold Inspection Institute, which helps water damage companies effectively inspect and remove harmful mold.
JP Moore is also in good standing with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and has attained Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) certification through the agency. Technicians must have RRP certification if they are going to be working on older homes. Aged buildings often have additional environmental hazards like asbestos and lead paint, and professionals with RRP certification have the know how to identify these hazards and deal with them appropriately.