Find a Certified Flooring Inspector
IFCII Certified Carpet, Hardwood, Laminate, Bamboo, Luxury Vinyl and Ceramic Tile inspectors are available throughout the USA, Canada and, the UK. Inspectors are available to anyone in need of their services including homeowners, insurance companies, attorneys, general contractors and flooring installers, retailers, manufacturers, and distributors. Services include inspections and repairs.
Search with Confidence Knowing each IFCII Certified Inspector is properly trained and qualified, and has passed a background check.
Training – Inspector Certification
IFCII, The Institute for Floor Covering Inspectors International, provides hands-on Flooring Inspection Training to educate flooring professionals, claim analysts, technical personnel and certify those who wish to become a Certified Carpet-Flooring Inspector.
Training includes carpet and hard surface in one fast-paced seminar. Students learn the forensics of carpet, resilient, laminate, and hardwood flooring inspections.
IFCII provides training, including hands-on inspections, examination of defective/damaged material, and practicing step-by-step inspection procedures for all flooring materials.
Students are taught what field tests need to be done and practice doing them. Students learn the art of report-writing and practice preparing their own well-documented inspection reports.
IFCII’s action-packed course is one of a kind and the only course that truly prepares Flooring Inspectors for their new profession.
Join the IFCII Team
IFCII, the flooring industry’s leader in inspector training and certification, welcomes certified carpet & flooring inspectors to join the IFCII Team.
To protect its members, IFCII has reorganized to guarantee the organization’s perpetual existence. This means IFCII provides a safe and stable environment for inspectors to maintain their certification.
IFCII believes an inspector’s certification is an earned credential, like a college degree. This credential cannot be revoked without cause. IFCII certification is obtained through industry experience, certification training, and testing.
IFCII’s philosophy remains that an inspector must continue to educate themselves in the field and industry to remain an asset to themselves, the industry, and the market. This continued education is the key to obtaining and maintaining IFCII certification.
IFCII recognizes other industry certifications, and IFCII approved classes for continued education. Certification is not contingent on dues or fees paid.
IFCII’s fast-paced Carpet & Hard surface training is perfect for experienced inspectors looking to expand their inspection and report writing knowledge and skills.