NADCA members work in accordance with ACR, the NADCA Standard, which provides guidance on the proper and safe techniques required during HVAC inspection, cleaning and restoration procedures.
At least one employee of each NADCA member company must receive NADCA’s Air System Cleaning Specialist (ASCS) certification and maintain this certification with Continuing Education Credits each year. NADCA also offers a Certified Ventilation Inspection (CVI) certification which is an advanced certification for the inspection of HVAC systems.
A majority of NADCA members have been in business many years and possess the knowledge and experience necessary to perform to the highest standards. Members also have significant knowledge of the tools and equipment that are necessary for each particular job. NADCA members are truly committed to our industry.
Find a NADCA Professional Near You
NADCA's Find a Professional Directory allows consumers to locate NADCA members in their area. Consumers are also encouraged to utilize the Find a Professional Directory to verify that an air duct cleaning company that claims to be a NADCA member actually is.
False Claims of NADCA Membership
Unfortunately, there are air duct cleaning companies that illegally use the NADCA logo or claim to be NADCA members when they are not. The best way to ensure that the company you hire is indeed a NADCA member is to look the company up in NADCA's Find a Professional Directory or contact NADCA Headquarters to verify membership.
NADCA provides certificates to each of its members which list the company’s name and when their membership expires. NADCA members also use the NADCA verification logo on their website so that consumers can click on the logo to verify membership.