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Concrete Slab Moisture Certification Overview
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Are you dealing with moisture issues in concrete? If so, the International Concrete Repair Institute (ICRI), whose mission is to be a leading resource for education and information to improve the quality of repair, restoration, and protection of concrete and other structures, has a program for you. ICRI is pleased to offer its Certified Concrete Slab Moisture Testing Technician (CCSMTT) Certification Program.

The purpose of this program is to help improve the performance of concrete slab moisture testing to result in more consistent, accurate, and reliable results that will help flooring manufacturers, architects, engineers, and contractors to make better decisions as to when a concrete floor is ready for a floor covering installation.

“I wanted to take the time to tell you about my experience at the moisture class last week in Chicago. In the past 15 years in the industry I've had to take many classes and courses to keep current. I wanted to let you know that the class was the most well prepared and presented class that I have attended. Your staff and instructor were the most pleasant folks to be with along with the material was presented in a way to keep all interested in the topic.”

Mark Maus, President, Polished Solution, Inc. (2016)

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