March/April 2022 Restoration Showcase: GBAC STAR Accreditation

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The GBAC STAR Service Accreditation Program provides specialty cleaning and disaster restoration companies independent validation of their cleaning and disinfection processes from a team of biosafety experts, as well as the ability to communicate their commitment to building-occupant health and safety through a respected, third-party accreditation.

More than 60 service providers have already demonstrated their commitment to a healthy and safe environment by seeking GBAC STAR Service Accreditation. Show your dedication by applying today.

GBAC STAR Service provides:

  • Third-party validation – Prove your cleaning and disinfection processes meet industry-recognized standards.
  • Confidence – Empower your customers with the knowledge that their business is offering a clean, safe, and healthy environment.
  • Differentiation – Gain new customers by positioning your organization as GBAC STAR Accredited.

For More Information: 

Visit: gbac.org/service

Contact: 800-225-4772

 

View all the companies featured in the Restoration Showcase.

 

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