At Akron Pro Detail we strive to stay on top of the latest trends and best practices in the Auto Detail Business.
We are proud to annouce that Billy Smith is IDA Certified.
Being an IDA member gives us access to the constant changes in our industry, best practices, ongoing training, education, professional certification programs and access to many resources & information unattainable without an international network of professional members.
IDA Code of Ethics
THIS DETAIL BUSINESS ADHERES TO THE IDA CODE OF ETHICS:
I. My Commitment to Professionalism:
A. To strive to operate with the highest standards while providing quality detail services through the use of professional car care products, equipment, and techniques;
B. To endeavor to maintain a professional, trustworthy, and well-trained personnel; and,
C. To continuously pursue service improvement by seeking out continuing training and education.
II. My Commitment to the Customer:
A. To recommend to the customer only those services needed to properly recondition the vehicle to the customer’s specification;
B. To treat all customers fairly throughout the service event;
C. To exercise all reasonable care for the customer’s vehicle and personal property while in my custody; and,
D. To endeavor to meet or exceed the customer’s expectations.
III. My Commitment to Compliance:
A. To adhere to all local, state, and federal regulations governing the operation of a professional detailing business;
B. To obtain and maintain all licenses and permits required by law;
C. To meet and exceed all applicable regulations that ensure the safety of personnel; and,
D. To obtain all necessary and appropriate insurance coverage.
IV. My Commitment to the Industry:
A. To contribute to the elevation of standards within the detailing industry;
B. To actively support, contribute to, participate with, and uphold the standards of the International Detailing Association; and,
C. To uphold the integrity of all members of the International Detailing Association.
V. My Commitment to the Environment:
A. To continually strive to reduce waste as well as the consumption of natural resources;
B. To minimize the use of hazardous and dangerous chemicals whenever possible; and,
C. To adhere to the tenets of the Clean Water Act by preventing non-compliant discharge of wastewater and contaminants.