Pacific Air Duct Cleaning is a 7-year Member of NADCA (National Air Duct Cleaning Association) Tanner Bryant, Owner of Pacific Duct Cleaning heads up a Family Owned and Operated Company.
Pacific has provided HVAC air duct cleaning services to hundreds of major corporations, and numerous municipalities like the many hospitals, State buildings, County Facilities, and Retail Stores.
Whether you are in Orange County, CA, or anywhere in Pinellas County, our professional duct cleaning services will meet or exceed your expectations.
(NADCA) National Air Duct Cleaners Association
NADCA is the National Air Duct Cleaners Association. This association continuously develops and researches the HVAC hygiene industry resulting in the production of industry-wide standards. These standards are set forth to protect the consumer.
In order to become a certified member of the NADCA, a company must have at least one Air Systems Cleaning Specialist on staff and must adhere to NADCA standards.
For an individual to earn the ASCS distinction, an exam must be passed. To remain an ASCS, the certified individual must earn 12 Continuing Education Credits (CEC’s) over two years. Thus, the individual is staying abreast of new equipment, technology, and the most cutting edge cleaning procedures.
When you choose a NADCA Certified Company, you are choosing a company that cares about quality. You are choosing a company that has taken the time to be educated and trained to do a professional job.
Why Hire a NADCA Member?
NADCA Members Follow a Higher Standard
When done correctly, HVAC cleaning is a very beneficial service for your home or business. NADCA’s dedication to quality assurance helps ensure and promote a higher standard of performance for all of its members.
A company must meet strict requirements in order to be a member of NADCA. The company must:
have at least one NADCA certified Air Systems Cleaning Specialist (ASCS) on staff
maintain general liability insurance
agree to clean according to ACR, the NADCA Standards and comply with NADCA’s Code of Ethics. If a company is not going to clean according to NADCA’s standards, this must be communicated to the buyer at the time of sale.