The 3 Questions I asked Every State……Not Knowing The Answers Could Cost You!

I Have The Answers To These Questions For Every State & U.S. Territory

  • 1. Does your state require any sort of licensure (licensing or certification) to apply antimicrobials if you are in the field of Water Damage Restoration?
  • 2. With the current pandemic and the CDC (Centers for Disease Control),WHO (World Health Organization), and others requiring cleaning followed by the application of disinfectants, does your state require licensure for professional cleaners applying antimicrobials in the indoor environment?
  • 3. If so, can you please send me the specific requirements for your state?
I Have The Answers To These Questions For Every State & U.S. Territory

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Some states are very particular about who can do what, that is why it’s important
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