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Alphabet Soup

joel1When you open our web site you might notice at the bottom there is an "alphabet soup" of letters:  "SCRT", "RIA", "NAHB", "IICRC", "DKI", "Mohawk".  Other than "Mohawk", what does that jumble of letters stand for?  These are organizations that Champion has affiliations with that ultimately benefit you as our client.  Let's focus on just three of these, "SCRT", RIA", and "IICRC".

 The first two are industry trade associations that we belong to.  In addition to keeping us abreast of the latest information and techniques in the industry by means of technical bulletins, conventions, and networking with fellow members, we agree to adhere to the highest standards and code of ethics.  Click on the links below each logo and read those codes of ethics.  By the way "SCRT" is the association that my wife and I managed for five years.

The third set of letters, "IICRC" is not a trade association as is the misconception of even some of those in the industry.  This is an independent certification body that certifies technicians in various disciplines such as water damage, fire damage, carpet and upholstery cleaning, etc.  Champion is committed to having its technicians certified in these fields for your benefit.  (Incidently, just a side fact, when you go to their website, the pictures of most of the technicians are our employees.)

Admittedly, being a member of these associations or being a certified company is a not a guarantee that you are not dealing with a dishonest or uneducated company or technician.  But it certainly improves your chances.  Talk to our people.  Ask them questions.  I believe your will see that we take our "alphabet soup" seriously. 

Joel Reets - Owner and Founder

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