Specialised Restoration & Cleaning Professionals
Specialised cleaning and restoration after fire, smoke or flood emergencies are skilled trades. Don’t risk having work done by untrained and unskilled operators. Insist on a SRCP member.
- Looking to have your carpets, rugs, and upholstery cleaned and protected by professionals?
- Do you have fire or water damage restoration work to be done?
- Do you have tiles or grout to be cleaned?
- SRCP is not for profit association owned by its members and has been operating since 1995.
- Our Code of Ethics is your guarantee of quality workmanship at fair and reasonable charges.
SRCP is the foremost association Australia wide. Its members are genuinely interested in promoting quality workmanship to the client. Our members have certification in formal training programs and all are part of a ‘Think Tank’ of support. Please check our members’ listings to find a member near you. You will also be able to see the qualifications and services offered by individual members. You also have the security of knowing members are dedicated to advance their knowledge and quality of services by their efforts in joining a large association like SRCP. For individual information, contact your local member direct.
Insist on a professional with outstanding credentials!
SRCP is a proud supporter, shareholder and member of the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification (IICRC).
SCRIA Votes in Favour of Merger with ISSA
The Australian-based Specialised Cleaning & Restoration Industry Association (SCRIA) has announced that its members have voted to enter an exciting and mutually beneficial merger with ISSA, the leading trade association for the global cleaning industry.
Under the agreement terms, SCRIA members will retain their SCRIA memberships on a local level, but the benefits will expand to include ISSA membership benefits and the resource of a local management office within ISSA’s Oceania division, based in Sydney, Australia. ISSA member benefits available to SCRIA members after the merger include market exposure, networking opportunities, business tools and data, expanded training, and industry information.
“Following an emergency general meeting on 1 June 2017, SCRIA is proud to announce this merger and become a division of ISSA,” said SCRIA president Gidon Kabaker. “This is the step forward that SCRIA and its members needed. The carpet care and restoration industry is going through a very challenging time now and we need to band together to bring about change towards a self-regulated industry,” he added. “I believe that our merger with ISSA will help us achieve that. SCRIA board members are committed to working closely with Kim Taranto, Manager of ISSA Oceania, and see this as a fantastic opportunity to contribute positively to the value our members receive and to the carpet and restoration industry.” SCRIA has already commissioned ISSA’s staff to provide administrative support, which started June 5. Transition of support from the former office to the ISSA Oceania office will take place over the next few weeks.
Hello SCRIA Members,
As part of our current restoration working group efforts, we have embarked on an initiative to develop an “Industry Overview” document. The aim of this document is to foster recognition and regulations for […]