Different parts of your home can emit fine particles that can become unhealthy for your indoor environment. The fireplace is the highest heat source types that emits the highest emission of fine particles. As the industry prepares to showcase different seminars and conventions to talk about the latest trends in the industry The National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) is on board. The association is dedicated in serving the needs of the HVAC industry and has partnered with the Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA).
They are dedicated in spreading public awareness of issues relating to chimney and venting performance and safety, while partnering with associated professional. The organization is also committed in the elimination of chimney fires, carbon monoxide intrusion and other chimney related hazards. NADCA and CSIA can both commit in focusing in joint programs that can help professionals in the HVAC industry that include air system cleaning specialists, mold remediators and HVAC inspectors. NADCA members can also be certified through the organization certifications. As a result, on September18, CSIA will provide a review on one of their certifications at NADCA’s Fall Technical Conference. It is a great opportunity for NADCA members to research more about the certification. Fore more information visit the NADCA website and CSIA website.