IICRC Certified Master Water Restorer
At SERVPRO of Mobile County, we strongly believe that quality work is the product of superior training and a continual thirst for knowledge and growth. Our crew members complete nearly 20 hours of training to become IICRC Certified Water Restoration Technicians (WRT). This course provides an intensive focus on all aspects of both residential and commercial water damage and gives our team the knowledge to efficiently mitigate water damage in a variety of real-life scenarios. We aren’t satisfied with just staying put though and our crew members are always looking for ways to improve and move forward. That’s why our Operations Manager, Kacie Minchew, decided to continue her training and go on to receive her IICRC Certification as a Journeyman Water Restorer (JWR) and Master Water Restorer (MWR). The JWR certification requires at least one year in the industry as a WRT and additional IICRC Certifications in Carpet Cleaning, Carpet Repair and Reinstallation. The Master Water Restorer is the highest level of certification in water mitigation that can be attained. You must be certified by the IICRC for at least 3 years, complete all the requirements for JWR and complete additional certifications including Applied Microbial Remediation Technician, Advanced Structural Drying, and Health and Safety Technician to be eligible for the MRT designation. We are so proud of our team members like Kacie, who exhibit such drive and passion for the work that they do!