What is a Flood House?
SERVPRO of Nixa/Branson is excited to announce that we recently added a Flood House training center to our Employee Training Program. A Flood House is a real life Water and Mold Damage Scenario training tool that is used to train technicians and team members on correct restoration methods. To give you an idea how it works, the flood house is well... flooded. You can imagine, wet carpet, subfloor, wood floors, sheetrock, furniture and cabinetry. Our crews are then given hands on training using the latest IICRC S500 industry standards. We can create many different scenarios that our team members will face once they are in the field. They will learn the proper use of many different tools, such as: extraction tools, dehumidifiers, air movers, moisture meters. We feel like this training is the most effective hands on training and will be a place where our team members can dedicate the time that is needed to learn the proper restoration techniques. The flood house is located inside one of our warehouse facilities in southwest Missouri.
At SERVPRO of Nixa/Branson it is important to us that our staff is highly trained in property damage restoration. Our training program includes IICRC, Employee Certification Training, Initial Franchise training, e- learnings and Continuing Education Training.