dry first is a licensed and legally compliant florida business

Legal Information

Review our certifications and licenses in the state of Florida

Our Licenses

  • Florida State Licensed Contractor : CBC1250872
  • Florida State Licensed Mold Assessor: MRSA487
  • Florida State Licensed Mold Remediator: MRSR452
  • Florida State Licensed Building Contractor: CBC1250872

DRY FIRST is an IICRC Certified Business

What is IICRC?

The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Certification, more commonly known as the IICRC, is a certification and standard-setting non-profit organization for the inspection, cleaning, and restoration industries. The mission of the IICRC is to establish and advance globally recognized standards and certifications for the inspection, cleaning, restoration, and installation industries. The IICRC provides professional work standards, continuous training, and education to service professionals globally. This training ranges from technical aspects such as, drying water damaged walls or remediating mold damage, to the broader, more comprehensive aspects of the restoration business. A proficient, thorough understanding of each area is vital to perform the most efficient ways of restoring a flooded room. Technicians are required to take multiple training courses and seminars each year to keep abreast of new equipment and to learn new methods.

Why is IICRC important?

Consumers want to find companies they can trust. They want to find companies that are qualified, as well as those whose employees have demonstrated morals and values, The IICRC finds these companies. Unlike most trades, disaster restoration does not require professional training. This means anyone and everyone can call themselves a "professional."  This is why the IICRC is important, it holds people accountable, provides a standard by which to measure, and lets consumers know who the real professionals are in their area. 
DRY FIRST technicians are IICRC certified, and DRY FIRST is an IICRC certified firm. An IICRC Certified firm must first employ one or more IICRC certified technicians, and then apply to the IICRC to become a certified firm. Certified firms are the only cleaning, restoration and inspection companies listed in the IICRC locator. They also promise to adhere to the IICRC Code of Ethics, to remain current in their business insurance, licensing requirements, and to proudly display the IICRC logo on their company websites and company vehicles. When experiencing issues with water, mold, fire, or biohazards, consumers can trust IICRC Certified professionals like DRY FIRST.

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