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The Heart of Restoration

Helping People Recover

Helping people recover from fire damage, storm damage, water intrusion, and other unforeseen property catastrophes is highly rewarding work. The horror of a natural disaster, the unpredictable property mishaps that happen in home and business, the immediate summons of rapid response to prevent further damage and costly delays, the challenge of facing new situations daily, the opportunity to roll up your sleeves, get your boots dirty, and the therapy of good, honest work are motivating and exciting.

Flexibility is Vital to a Building a Successful Restoration Team

Compleat Restorations is a 7 days a week, 365 days per year company with a proven response time of 2 hours or less. Restoration workers agree to an on-call rotation schedule that includes holidays, weekends, and all hours of the night. Moreover, a large loss or catastrophic weather event requires “all hands on deck” including leadership and administrative staff - everyone gets involved to help get folks back to normal life and business as quickly as possible; it’s a team effort.

Willingness to Learn the Science of Smoke Restoration and Water Damage Dryout

 

In addition to a strong work ethic, this industry demands a scientific approach to water damage mitigation and fire damage restoration. Becoming a restoration expert requires specialized training and certification through IICRC (Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Certification). Just as certified accountants, plumbers, and mechanics project a higher level of competency in their fields, and just as members of the American Medical Association and American Bar Association set themselves apart through training, experience, and comprehensive examination — IICRC certification helps to immediately identify the cleaning, restoration and inspection industry’s most skilled and dedicated technicians and businesses.

Professional Restoration Designations include:

  • Water Damage Restoration Technician

  • Odor Control Technician

  • Mold Removal Specialist

  • Fire and Smoke Restoration Technician

  • Commercial Drying Specialist

  • Building Moisture Thermography

  • Applied Structural Drying Technician

  • Master Restorer

These certifications are awarded following an intensive course of study, hands-on training, and testing for mastery.

Expertise in Unique Disaster Circumstances

Disaster restoration presents an infinite variety of circumstances and settings. Large loss commercial and healthcare property losses, use and mastery of specialized restoration equipment, (such as ESPORTA wash system for soft contents), ability to assist government responders such as FEMA in times of natural widespread disaster, infection control in hospitals, and biohazard expertise, construction and building inspections certifications. These specialty certifications make Compleat Restorations a leader in all aspects of the restoration industry. Unique certifications include:

  • American Hospital Association ASHE Healthcare Construction Certification

  • HAAG Certified Inspector

  • BioHazard Training Certification

  • ECRI Institute Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) for Healthcare Construction

  • FEMA Emergency Management Institute: National Incident Management System (NIMS)

  • FEMA Emergency Management Institute: Special Events Contingency Planning

  • Criterion Laboratories: Asbestos Contractor/Supervisor

  • Esporta Certified Operator

  • Associated Builders & Contractors: OSHA Training

A Heart for Helping Others

Servanthood is the most desired quality for success in the restoration industry. We meet people in their most vulnerable time of need every single day. Victims of property disaster often feel afraid, suspicious, vulnerable, and angry. The ability to demonstrate competency with compassion generates trust and ensures the restoration project will go smoothly with open lines of communication. People with medical, military, and service backgrounds will gravitate to and thrive in this environment because they can communicate well, assess, triage, and prioritize tasks, all while working selflessly toward the goal of making things better.

Are you Up for the Challenge and Rewards of Disaster Restoration?

Does this sound challenging and rewarding to you? Do you have construction skills? Do you like to clean up messes and feel the accomplishment of making things better? Do you have strong administrative skills to support the restoration team? Are you excited by the unknown and the promise of adventure every workday? Do you like being on a team dedicated to excellence? Most of all...do you like helping people and making a difference?

If this sounds like you, consider a career at Compleat Restorations - we’re always on the lookout for those with a heart for restoring property and restoring lives.

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