I get calls from time to time from consumers, mostly women, and especially moms with allergy-prone children and older adults with respiratory problems, asking about new carpet installation in the homes and commercial buildings they occupy, i.e. retirement homes and day care centers.
I became a carpet inspector about 12 years ago strictly by accident. I was invited to attend an IICRC-approved carpet inspector course being held in Chattanooga. I never intended to become an inspector, but I thought it would be an interesting course to observe.
I've been in the cleaning industry since the mid 80s, both working for someone else and owning my own companies. And I can honestly say that, during the past 20 years, I've earned a substantial income performing color correction services.