Flooring inspectors are hired to determine the cause of a flooring failure. They inspect for improper site conditions, installation errors, maintenance issues and manufacturing concerns. In order to determine the cause of a complaint, inspectors must be familiar with flooring products, maintenance and installation requirements.
Flooring inspectors may work full or part-time. Flooring manufacturers, distributors, retailers, consumers, attorneys and insurance companies’ hire flooring inspectors regularly. Flooring manufacturers require inspectors to be certified. Most inspectors’ work independently, however there are Flooring Inspection Services who also use the services of independent inspectors.
Become Familiar with Floor Coverings
Flooring inspectors need to understand the different types of floor coverings, installation procedures and maintenance.
Gain Know-how through Training.
Aspiring flooring inspectors may begin by taking a certification course. IFCI Certification Courses offers extensive study material, hands-on training and a mentorship program.
Flooring inspectors may offer additional services by taking courses; concrete moisture testing (certification) and non-certified services such as carpet steaming, shearing, color side match corrections, grafting and reburling.