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Jeremy Boston Earns Accredited ACAC Certification

PORTSMOUTH, N.H.April 13, 2017PRLog — Jeremy Boston has been awarded the Council-certified Microbial Remediator (CMR) designation by the American Council for Accredited Certification (ACAC). This prestigious, board-awarded certification recognizes Boston’s knowledge and field experience in mold, microbial and bacterial remediation.

To earn the CMR designation, Jeremy passed a rigorous examination based on respected industry texts.  He then submitted documented, verifiable field experience to a board of peers, earning a unanimous vote of approval.

To maintain the CMR designation, Jeremy will remain active in the field and complete 40 hours of professional development activities within the next two years.

Jeremy is now listed in the ACAC certificant database along with more than 3,000 ACAC certificants around the world.  The database can be searched by name, company or zip code and represents a continuously updated roster of experienced indoor environmental professionals.

The CMR designation is accredited by the Council of Engineering and Scientific Specialty Boards (CESB), a nationally recognized third-party accreditation body.  For more information, visit www.acac.org.

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Dover Chamber welcomes Insurcomm with ribbon cutting

DOVER — The Dover Chamber was pleased to welcome Insurcomm with a traditional ribbon cutting ceremony.

Insurcomm is a leading insurance restoration contractor specializing in fire and water damage cleanup and restoration, mold remediation, remodeling and reconstruction. Insurcomm specializes in providing emergency services to commercial clients, municipalities and residential customers when disaster strikes. They work with all insurance companies.

Insurcomm also offers an ongoing curriculum of educational programs for insurance adjusters, agents, property managers, and owners.

Insurcomm is located at 290 Heritage Avenue in Portsmouth. For more information, visit their website at www.insurcomm.com or give them a call at (603) 430-7701.

This article was originally published on Fosters.com which is a service of Seacoast Online: Dover Chamber Welcomes Insurcomm.

Members of the Greater Dover Chamber of Commerce welcomes Insurcomm with a traditional ribbon cutting ceremony. {Courtesy Photo}
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Chamber celebrates Insurcomm’s new facility

HAMPTON — Insurcomm, New England’s leading residential and commercial restoration services company, has recently moved to their new state-of-the-art facility at 290 Heritage Ave. in Portsmouth.

The Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting to celebrate the new location.

Based in Portsmouth, with a second office in Waltham, Mass., Insurcomm Inc. provides emergency disaster restoration and reconstruction for residential, apartment, condominium, commercial and public/government properties throughout New England.

Co-owner Mike Brown says the new facility will service the company’s expanding footprint, “Insurcomm has become the trusted partner for homeowners, property management companies, commercial building operators, and insurance companies, and we’re extending our physical presence to demonstrate that is a trust we take seriously.”

Insurcomm was founded by Mike Brown and Neil Robbins in 1996 and started with two employees. Insurcomm has grown to a company that now employs over 50 employees to include; office staff, project managers, trained technicians and carpenters.

Insurcomm is certified by the IICRC and offers water, fire, storm and flood damage cleanup and repair, and mold remediation. It is locally owned and operated and is not a franchise. Insurcomm can be contacted 24/7 at 603-430-7701. The company’s website is www.insurcomm.com.

This article was originally published on Fosters.com which is a service of Seacoast OnlineChamber celebrates Insurcomm’s new facility

The Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting to celebrate the new location of Insurcomm. Pictured are Doc Noel, Hampton Chamber president; Kayla Thompson; Neil Robbins, owner; Mike Brown, owner (with scissors); Ronny Martenson; and Doug Indelicato, all of Insurcomm; Linda Tuttle and Barbara Lizotte, Tobey & Merrill Insurance. {Courtesy photo}
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Insurcomm Construction of Portsmouth, New Hampshire Earns IICRC Certification

Insurcomm Construction of Portsmouth New Hampshire has earned IICRC certification.

For over 40 years the IICRC has served as the independent, certification body, that sets and promotes high standards and ethics, and advances communication and technical proficiency within the inspection, cleaning and restoration industries.

The IICRC also ensures that when consumers hire a cleantrust-Certified Firm or technician, they have hired experts who will provide reasonable assurance that work will be completed in accordance with the industry’s “standard of care.”Insurcomm construction of Portsmouth New Hampshire has earned IICRC certification.

Insurcomm construction of Portsmouth New Hampshire has earned IICRC certification. For over 40 years the IICRC has served as the independent, certification body, that sets and promotes high standards and ethics, and advances communication and technical proficiency within the inspection, cleaning and restoration industries.

Insurcomm construction of Portsmouth New Hampshire has earned IICRC certification.

Insurcomm principal Neil Robbins says the firm’s commitment to the rigoruous training and performance standards of the IICRC are emblematic of Insurcomm’s commitment to operating at the highest level of professionalism.

Says Robbins, “As an ANSI-accredited standard-development organization, the IICRC has led the way in establishing the main industry standards and reference guides for professional restoration, mold remediation, and carpet , upholstery and fabric cleaning. Our certification assures our commercial, residential, and governmental customers that Insurcomm has demonstrated the expertise to address any restoration project, large or small.”

Insurcomm co-founder Mike Brown added, “Insurcomm is 110 percent dedicated to industry leading performance, craftsmanship, and excellence – our IICRC certification is proof of that commitment.

Each IICRC standard takes years to develop and the coordination of several experts in the field, including allied tradespersons; manufacturers; international, national and regional trade associations; individual or franchise professionals; cleaning, inspection and restoration industry organizations; insurance industry; training schools; contractors; and public health professionals.

These standards are reviewed and updated at least every five years. Many of these fields, such as the water damage restoration field, change rapidly and those who are certified keep up with the advancement of the science and generally accepted practices of the industry.

IICRC Certified Firms have earned the right to display the cleantrust logo as a symbol of quality. In order to achieve IICRC-certified status, firms must meet a rigorous list of standards in business ethics and expertise. All IICRC Certified Firms must:

Present accurate information to consumers and conduct business with honesty and integrity.
Require a technician on all jobs who has been formally trained and passed all required tests.
Require a continuing education program to keep technicians up-to-date on the latest changes in the industry.
Maintain liability insurance to protect all parties in the event of an accident.
Maintain a written complaint policy and agree to Better Business Bureau or similar arbitration to resolve disputes, and accept the conclusions and recommendations of arbitration.

The IICRC actively has relationships with fiber producers, carpet and fabric mills, furnishing manufacturers and retailers, and others affiliated with the industry. The use of cleantrust service professionals is specified in leading manufacturers’ maintenance brochures and warranties.

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Insurcomm empowers young people to shape positive futures through music


Insurcomm’s financial support of Classics for Kids empowers young people to shape positive futures through music. School music programs, and particularly strings programs, have been a primary target for budget cuts over the past two decades. Classics for Kids Foundation was founded in 1997 in response to this challenge in education. CFKF strengthens strings programs through our matching grants, which encourage partnership with local philanthropy. Students with beautiful new instruments are more engaged, tend to practice more, and participate longer in their strings programs.

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Insurcomm hits a home run with building for Portsmouth Little League

Insurcomm Construction of Portsmouth donated the materials and labor to build a clubhouse and announcer’s booth for the Portsmouth Little League organization. The league offers an organized baseball experience for boys and girls between the ages of 8 and 12 who reside in Greenland, Newington, and Portsmouth. The league is divided into four divisions of play: majors, AAA minors, AA minors, and Challenger. The Challenger program provides an organized baseball experience for children aged 5 to 18 years with disabilities that preclude participation in the regular program. Portsmouth Little League, Inc. is a non-profit, volunteer run organization. All adults participating in the league, at all levels, are volunteers.

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ICI supports Child Advocacy Center

Insurcomm Contruction donated to support the mission of the Child Advocacy Center of Rockingham County, an accredited member of the National Children’s Alliance. The CACRC has provided professional services to over 3,800 local children and their families at no cost to them or the taxpayers.

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Insurcomm Construction provides Christmas baskets for Portsmouth Housing Authority residents

Insurcomm Construction provided Christmas baskets to Portsmouth Housing Authority residents as part of its ongoing community giving program.

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Team Insurcomm joins VW Pull for Wounded Warriors

Team Insurcomm put its shoulder into the fight for servicemen and women living with traumatic brain injury by joining the VW Pull for Wounded Warriors at the Service Credit Union Boston-Portsmouth Air Show. Insurcomm employeees pulled a 65-ton Boeing 727 across the tarmac competing with teams from area businesses.

“Participating in the “VW Pull for Wounded Warriors” to support the Brain Injury Association of New Hampshire is Insurcomm’s way of expressing the deep gratitude we have for the sacrifice our servicemen and women have made for our country,” said team captain Mike Brown.

The benefactors are men and women who have suffered injuries from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and young survivors of brain injury.

Traumatic brain injury is the “signature injury” of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. In a conflict where blasts from improvised explosive devices (IED’s) cause roughly two-thirds of all combat wounds, and improved body armor and emergency field medicine have greatly increased survivor rates, the number of people surviving traumatic brain injury has skyrocketed.

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Insurcomm donates to facility for families with children receiving treatment for serious medical conditions

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