National restoration company receives prestigious accreditation.
Orlando, FL (PRWEB) May 06, 2016
The National Insurance Restoration Council (NIRC) names U.S. Restoration & Remodeling, Inc. a Platinum Preferred Contractor. U.S Restoration & Remodeling is a nationwide full-service contractor with over 25 years of experience in residential and commercial remodels, restoration and storm damage repair work. The NIRC is a nonprofit consumer advocacy organization that protects residential and commercial property owners throughout the nation by providing education, tools, and a certified network of vetted contractor to property owners affected by storm damage.
“It is a privilege to be recognized by a leader by the NIRC as a Platinum Preferred Contractor. Our company is dedicated to providing the best service to commercial and residential property owners, and we hold ourselves to the highest standards. We have an excellent reputation and a very happy client base, we’re committed to helping property owners, every step of the way,” says Dan Sechriest, CEO and founder of U.S Restoration & Remodeling, Inc.
The NIRC monitors and tracks case law to improve the insurance restoration industry for construction companies, contractors and residential and commercial property owners affected by storm damage. The NIRC vets and certifies contractors through a screening process with independent third party Global Risk Management Solutions (GRMS). NIRC vetted members are held to high ethical and professional standards that set the bar for the industry nationwide.
“The NIRC is paving the way in industry reform, and we are building the best vetted network of contractors in the country. We are happy to have U.S. Restoration & Remodeling, a company with a strong background and a solid work ethic, as part of our member network,” says Joe Radcliff, CEO and president of the National Insurance Restoration Council.
About the National Insurance Restoration Council
Headquartered in Orlando, Florida, the National Insurance Restoration Council (NIRC) is a non-profit organization devoted to protecting and educating property owners and restoration contractors when dealing with insurance claims. The NIRC acts as the principal advocate for improved legislation and case law to protect consumers and contractors when dealing with insurance claims throughout the nation. The NIRC serves the common interest of insurance restoration contractors and protects consumers from unethical contractors. Vetted and certified NIRC certified contractors adhere to a strict code of professional conduct, educate property owners about the insurance restoration process, and give back to communities in storm damaged areas. NIRC certified contractors go through an extensive background check to become members of the Diamond Standard code of business. The NIRC as a self-regulated entity and cooperates with the Department of Insurance (DOI) and other regulatory authorities throughout the United States to improve the ethics of the industry through education and high standards. Learn more at http://www.NIRC4Change.org.
About U.S. Restoration & Remodeling, Inc.
U.S. Restoration & Remodeling, Inc. has over 25 years of experience in remodeling, restoration and storm damage repair work. U.S. Restoration & Remodeling holds numerous accreditations and certifications including CertainTeed Master Craftsman Roofing & Siding, GAF Master Elite Certified Roofing, Owens Corning Preferred Contractor, Platinum Preferred Contractor with the National Insurance Restoration Council (NIRC). We proudly hold an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. We provide exceptional customer service and we work with some of the largest insurance companies in the nation to help our clients with storm damage restoration projects, every step of the way. U.S. Restoration & Remodeling has highly trained staff and crews to help you through your repair or restoration project. We offer free 20-Point Home Evaluation Inspections. Learn more at http://www.USRestoration.org or call 1-888-688-HAIL.
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