NADCA for the Commercial/Industrial Community
NADCA members are accustomed to handling a variety of projects for commercial and industrial buildings. NADCA’s presence in the commerical HVAC industry is growing steadily as education about our members’ services grows. It is becoming increasingly common for project proposals to specify the presence of an ASCS certified individual on a commercial job.
When hiring a NADCA company, an optimal level of performance should be expected. Techinicans are required to adhere to the industry’s standards and guidelines, and inform the client of any obstacles that may prevent doing so. NADCA members are able to able to answer most questions about a particular project, including safety issues or providing proof that the job has been done correctly.
Through clear, concise communications, air duct cleaning contractors can provide their clients with a clear understanding of the work to be undertaken and demonstrate that the project will be well managed. Clients should also clearly define the scope of work they desire.
HVAC system cleaning projects require a game plan. Project length can vary from a few hours to six months or more. The size and scope of the project are the two key elements that will vary the length of time significantly. The entire duct cleaning project will run best when an in‑depth review is conducted to determine the expectations and results that both sides can realize.
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