Clean and Simple Cleaning Employee Earns IICRC House Cleaning Technician Certification
FurthermoreFebruary 17, 2014 – Lynnwood, WA — Clean and Simple Cleaning, Inc proudly announces employee, Chanelle Parton recently earned her house training certification from The Institute of Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration (IICRC) located in Vancouver, Washington.
Receiving the house cleaning technician certification consists of attending a House Cleaning Technician course. It also provides the knowledge and understanding through scientific applications. Moreover, proven methods for proper cleaning maintenance of a residential home. This course also gets supplements with additional on-the-job training and field experience. So, to earn the certification, one needs to pass an exam.
Parton has worked at Clean and Simple Cleaning for 2 and a half years. “There are so many reasons why we value Chanelle. Also, she not only comes to work every day with a positive attitude, but all the cleaners enjoy working with her.
No matter what life throws at her day in and day out, she embraces it and delivers excellent service to our clients,” states Clean and Simple Cleaning’s owner, Stacie McMillan.
Parton, who lives in Everett, feels more capable servicing clients after certification. “Being certified is great. Because not only do I physically know how to clean and get the job right, now I have the knowledge behind it,” said Parton. ‘I feel more confident in my cleaning.’
Both staff and management at Clean and Simple Cleaning are very proud of Parton and her most recent accomplishment. Parton joins four other employees at Clean and Simple Cleaning who have received certification.
About Clean and Simple Cleaning
For over 20 years, Stacie McMillan, proprietor of Clean and Simple Cleaning, and her crew have had deep roots in the communities of South Snohomish and North Kings Counties, Washington. In this age of big-box stores and corporate franchises, Clean and Simple Cleaning is happy to be an independent, locally-owned housecleaning business that prides itself on excellence.
About the Institute of Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration (IICRC)
The IICRC is a non-profit certifying and standard-setting organization. Dedicated to fostering industry standards by which consumers can receive the highest quality of service from trained, knowledgeable, professional technicians.