NADCA to Host In-Person 33rd Annual Meeting and Exposition

Registration Now Open for March 20-22 Event

The National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) — also known as the HVAC Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Association — today announces that its highly anticipated 33rd Annual Meeting & Exposition will take place March 20-22, 2022 at the Gaylord Rockies Resort in Aurora, Colorado. 

This must-attend event will bring together HVAC system cleaning professionals offering insight into best practices for business growth and the latest in industry equipment, tools, and technology. Attendees will learn new techniques, methods, and advancements for HVAC inspection, cleaning, and restoration, with conference sessions designed to offer education like no other. 

Session topics include:

  • Best practices for business operations
  • Combatting airborne disease transmission
  • Air duct cleaning after fire restoration
  • Financial implications of safety programs
  • Marketing solutions

“As we get closer to a post-pandemic world, there’s so much to reflect on, like where the industry has been, where it’s going, and what it means for air duct cleaning businesses around the world,” said Jodi Araujo, CEM, NADCA’s Chief Executive Officer. “There’s no better place than NADCA’s Annual Meeting and Exposition to connect with leaders in the industry, exchange ideas for business growth, and learn tips to pivot and adjust focus when needed.”

Technicians seeking the Air Systems Cleaning Specialist (ASCS) or Certified Ventilation Inspector (CVI) certification will have the opportunity to participate in the pre-conference training courses on Sunday, March 20, with exams for both certifications offered on Monday, March 21. The conference also provides attendees with the opportunity to gain continuing education credits necessary for certification renewals.

In addition, the always-popular exhibit hall will return in 2022, providing attendees with an up-close-and-personal view of new and innovative technology, equipment, and services available for the HVAC cleaning industry.

“This year, we’ll dig deep into the potential ways an increased focus on indoor air quality will affect the operations and bottom line of air duct cleaning companies around the globe,” continued Araujo. “Attendees can talk to the pros about industry trends, how to grow their business and stay ahead of the competition, insider tricks for the technical side of the job, and so much more.” 

NADCA’s 2022 Annual Meeting and Exposition is scheduled for March 20-22. Due to continuing COVID-19 restrictions, registration may be limited, and onsite registration will not be available. To register or learn more about the event, including a detailed program agenda, visit

About NADCA:

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, cleaning, 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 approximately 1,300 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 about NADCA, visit 

Media Contact:

Kelly Rouse
Director of Public Relations
National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) 
mobile: 704-303-3786

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