Knowing About Professional Carpet Cleaners
Cleaning our carpets for a healthy home environment requires equipment and expertise beyond the scope of most homeowners. Professional cleaners not only clean for health, but can bring back an almost new appearance to a carpet. A truly professional carpet cleaning firm should be someone you trust. They are concerned about safety, working with care not to damage furniture. The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification stands as an organization that assures quality, trustworthiness and comfort.
To better understand professional quality carpet cleaning, look at this!
Trust Your Carpet Cleaner?
Are you about to get your carpets cleaned before a big holiday event?
How are you going to choose the service you will use? The one that sends the lowest priced coupon? A neighbor’s recommendation? The first one listed in your internet search?
How do you find technicians you can trust who will deliver an exceptional job?
There are thousands of companies that do carpet and upholstery cleaning, but only a small percentage are truly professionals who have invested their own time and money to be trained, and certified by the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC).
Before hiring anyone:
confirm they are trained by cleantrust, an IICRC program
ask for credentials
informally interview the company rep or technician
obtain a written estimate of the work to be completed
receive a written contract or invoice confirming the total price along with any statements or guarantees.
The non-profit IICRC is the only standards and certification institute in the world specifically dedicated to:
o writing procedural standards
o approving training
o education and certification for professional carpet cleaners, water and fire damage restoration specialists, and floor covering inspectors
o ensuring technicians meet and maintain the ethical business requirements set by the IICRC
o customer satisfaction before, during and after the job is done.
The IICRC believes that the best way to maintain a healthful home is schedule periodic visits from an experienced certified professional. For carpet and upholstery cleaning, maintenance of wood and tile floors and water damage only a certified technician will deliver the results you can trust.
Look for the cleantrust logo to verify IICRC certification.
A carpet can add beauty, acoustic properties and visual warmth to a home – why not hire an IICRC certified firm to treat it right?
Tune in on Friday, January 4th at 7:30 am (ET/PT) on Lifetime to see Rachael Adams from IICRC talk about what benefits a certified firm can bring. (please verify local listings)
To find a firm in your area, please go to: www.iicrc.org
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Designing Spaces™ on Lifetime Television Talks Choosing a Certified Carpet Cleaner with IICRC
A CleanTrust patch and logo from the The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification Means Peace of Mind for Homeowners
(Pompano Beach, FL – PR BUZZ – January 2, 2012) Many homeowners require a professional when it comes to cleaning their carpets – but not all carpet cleaning technicians and companies are certified. Tune in to Designing Spaces™, the popular home improvement show on Lifetime TV on Friday, January 4th at 7:30 am (ET/PT) as The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC) is featured in the segment “Creating a Healthier Living Environment: What to Look for When Working with a Professional.”
Rachael Adams from the IICRC will talk to viewers about how the organization provides quality training and education, and the benefits the CleanTrust patch and logo, and the importance of having a clean carpet to create a healthier living environment. IICRC Certified Firms are taught to remove soils and contaminants, use the correct cleaning solutions and stop the growth of new allergens or mold with proper drying times.
“In this segment, the IICRC discusses professional carpet cleaning and its role in creating a healthier indoor environment,” said Hank Unck, chair of the IICRC Marketing and Communications Committee. “The Balancing Act® positions the IICRC as the leading resource for consumers looking to find reputable, professional and knowledgeable cleaning, inspection, and restoration services.”
The show will re-air on Thursday, January 31st, at 7:30 am (ET/PT) on Lifetime.
To learn more about IICRC, please visit: www.iicrc.org.
About Designing Spaces™ on Lifetime Television
Entering its 10th year, Designing Spaces™ continues to be one of America’s favorite home improvement shows. The show inspires viewers on decorating ideas, do-it-yourself projects and step by step home improvements to help make every space count and provide solutions to help you enjoy the space you live, work and play in. Designing Spaces™ Family of Spaces includes Think Green Spaces, Kids Spaces and it’s widely popular Spaces of Hope which prides itself on assisting people and places in dire need of a makeover including children’s shelters, animal shelters, military families and more. Designing Spaces™ airs at 7:30am (ET/PT) on Lifetime.
For information on how to be a part of the show please contact Lysa Liemer Executive Vice President of Programming /COO of Designing Spaces™ at 954-571-5221 or email@example.com
For more information or to view special segments visit: www.designingspaces.tv
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