BOSTON, March 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- As announced this week at the PLRB National Claims Conference and Insurance Services Expo, Certified Restoration Drycleaning Network (CRDN) has expanded their services to the claims community to include the decontamination and restoration of small and large electronics for homes and businesses.
Wayne Wudyka, founder and CEO of CRDN, said, "while textiles will always remain a core competency, our existing infrastructure and size provided the foundation for a seamless expansion into a service where there is a substantial need and no reliable national solution in the US or Canada.
Since acquiring a ten-year old Texas based electronics restoration training organization in the spring of 2016, CRDN has scaled and further aggregated its cumulative restoration intelligence, technical testing equipment and experienced field staff to effectively become not just the largest electronic restoration service provider, but also the first to systematize the service and properly integrate the process into today's homeowner claim environment.
Wudyka continued, "Restoring electronics has always been an unregulated service, no performance standards have ever been clearly defined. Now, we are literally re-defining this service, just as we did with textiles, using a systematic restoration process, with pricing consistency, transparency and business integrity."
Before any CRDN business can earn "e-Certified" status, they must first be accepted into the CRDN corporate headquarters based training facility, called The Lab. Once accepted, they go through a proprietary, hands-on training program where they learn the latest in diagnostic testing and decontamination procedures from industry experts.
According to Bob Fearon, CRDN President, "electronics restoration is a natural extension of our existing business model. We understand the restoration community, the needs of the carriers, contractors and third party administrators and most important, homeowners".
Fearon also said, "CRDN reduces open file times by performing diagnostic testing before attempting restoration. If a devise is not functioning, there may be no need to attempt restoration."
About Certified Restoration Drycleaning Network
CRDN is an international organization of highly trained textile and electronics restoration experts who specialize in insurance restoration services for all types of loss. CRDN members offer proven solutions for insurance professionals seeking to reduce costs and improve customer satisfaction.