What is NADCA?

10/24/2016 | Michael Vinick, President of Duct & Vent Cleaning of America, Inc.

NADCA, The HVAC Inspection, Cleaning and Restorations Association (also known as The National Air Duct Cleaners Association) was founded as a non-profit in 1989.  It is the only association in the world dedicated to the cleaning of HVAC Systems. Currently there are approximately 1,200 member companies located around the world. Besides advocating for "Source Removal" as the only acceptable result from cleaning ductwork, NADCA has developed industry standards and specifications for the cleaning of HVAC Systems.
Here is a video that will provide you an overview of what to expect from a Commercial Air Duct Cleaning provider.
NADCA supports the industry with educational content and professional advocacy.  NADCA has developed several industry specific certifications lead by the ASCS (Air Systems Cleaning Specialist) which is considered the proficiency test to ensure our members know the principals associated with Air Duct Cleaning services.  NADCA also promotes the Air Duct Cleaning industry through many marketing initiatives.  NADCA has written multiple White Papers including "Restoring Energy Efficiency Through Air Distribution Cleaning" and "Interior Insulation Applications in HVAC Systems"  It also stresses the importance of ethical behavior by Duct Cleaners throughout out the industry through the association and with public education initiatives.

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