Two locals certified as water restoration technicians
The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification announced recently that Andrew Butler and Colton Davis of Central Coast Casualty Restoration in Atascadero recently qualified by education and examination as Certified Water Restoration Technicians. These students sacrificed many hours and a great deal of time and study to reach this level of certification, the institute’s announcement said.
Tom Hill, IICRC Executive Administrator, said Butler and Davis are an example of the type of individuals who care about consumers and their belongings as well as his industry. They demonstrated the desire to provide customers with thorough, professional and caring service, he said.
The IICRC is a nonprofit certifying and standard-setting organization dedicated to raising industry standards through technical proficiency. By administering a strict process of certification, the IICRC provides a means by which consumer can receive the highest quality of service from trained, knowledgeable, professional technicians.
Butler and Davis join the ranks of the true professionals within the cleaning, restoration, and inspection industry, Hill said. The IICRC welcomes their participation and continuing education, he said.
The Institute of Inspections, Cleaning and Restoration Certification is located in Vancouver, Washington