Election Season Continues: NADCA Welcomes New Leaders to its Board of Directors
MOUNT LAUREL, N.J.—March 1, 2017– The National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA), otherwise known as the HVAC Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Association, welcomes Mike Dexter and Kehau Mendes to its Board of Directors.
“Both Mike and Kehau have an unwavering commitment to the association and to advancing the industry,” said Jodi Araujo, CEM, NADCA’s Chief Staff Executive. “Their dedication and collaboration with our current board will help to further NADCA’s mission of supporting its members’ success through education, certification, and advocacy to promote the highest quality of service and ethical standards.”
About Mike Dexter, ASCS, CVI
Dexter serves as principal contact of Air Quality Control Environmental of Coral Springs, FL, a NADCA member since 1991. He serves on NADCA’s Fall Technical Conference Committee, NADCA’s Education Committee, and is on the sub-committee for the White Paper on Energy Savings through HVAC Systems Cleaning. Dexter is an Air Systems Cleaning Specialist (ASCS) and a Certified Ventilation Inspector (CVI).
About Kehau Mendes, ASCS, CVI
As the owner of AIRPRO Indoor Air Solutions of Honolulu, HI, Mendes has been in the field for more than 18 years and continues to seek ways to better the industry through education and leadership. Currently, he serves as NADCA’s Regional Coordinator for the US Southwest region and is a member of the Fall Technical Conference Committee. He has earned his ASCS and CVI certifications through NADCA and is also a Certified Exhaust Cleaning Specialist (CECS) through the International Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning Association (IKECA).
Re-elected to serve his third term on the Board of Directors is Mike White, ASCS, CVI, of Clean Air Systems of LA, in Shreveport, LA. Re-elected to a second term is Mark Zarzeczny, ASCS, of Schoen Duct Cleaning in Edgewater Park, NJ.
The HVAC Inspection, Cleaning and Restoration Association, otherwise known as the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) was formed in 1989 as a non-profit association of companies engaged in the cleaning of HVAC systems. NADCA’s mission is to represent qualified companies engaged in the inspection, maintenance and restoration of HVAC systems, promote source removal as the only acceptable method of cleaning, establish industry standards for the association, and assist NADCA members in providing high quality service to their customers. With over 1,200 members, NADCA is made up of a diverse group of HVAC industry professionals, including air systems cleaning specialists, mold remediators, and HVAC inspectors. To learn more, visit www.nadca.com
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