Choosing an air duct cleaner is often a difficult task. The many and varied ways companies clean air ducts is complex and differences in price can be confusing. Throughout your search for a qualified air duct cleaner, if Dapper Ducts, Inc. can impress anything on you, it is the importance of choosing a NADCA certified company to complete your air duct cleaning.
The following are 5 Reasons to Choose a NADCA Certified Air Duct Cleaner:
1. NADCA certified companies must adhere to the NADCA Code of Ethics, which verifies that each NADCA company meets a high level of professional and ethical performance standards.
2. NADCA certified companies must receive continuing education on an annual basis to maintain their certification. As a result, NADCA members are well educated and informed about what techniques and practices are most successful when cleaning air ducts, and are always learning about new equipment, technology, and the most cutting-edge cleaning procedures.
3. Every NADCA certified company must have one Air System Cleaning Specialist (ASCS) on staff. To become an ASCS, a rigorous exam must first be passed. Preparing for the exam is an excellent way for the technician to become knowledgeable and well schooled in the air duct cleaning industry.
4. NADCA provides its members with a wide, diverse network composed of professionals in the air duct and HVAC cleaning industry from all over the country. NADCA members are encouraged and welcomed to draw from their colleague's experiences and provide one another access to educational and practical tools.
5. According to NADCA (www.nadca.com), the most important reason to choose a NADCA Certified company to perform your air duct cleaning is that NADCA members only apply source removal methods. NADCA Certified companies do not perform, suggest, or recommend "encapsulation" as an HVAC cleaning method. (Encapsulation is a process where a glue-like substance is used to make contaminants adhere to the HVAC system.) Source removal is the most effective and thorough HVAC cleaning method.