National Air Duct Cleaners Association Welcomes New Board Members

The National Air Duct Cleaners Association — also known as the HVAC Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Association — welcomes Hugo Hernandez and Paul Keller Jr. to its board of directors.

As president of A Plus Enviro-Services, Inc. in Prince William County, Virginia, Hugo Hernandez has more than 25 years of experience with air system cleaning, ventilation system inspection and ventilation system mold remediation. He has completed hundreds of residential and commercial air duct cleaning projects, and has worked directly with insurance adjusters, industrial hygienists, building engineers, project managers and property owners. Hernandez serves on NADCA’s International Committee as a Latin America Coordinator, and has served as a subject matter expert for the development of NADCA’s newest Air Systems Cleaning Specialist test form. He holds Air Systems Cleaning Specialist and Certified Ventilation Inspector certifications.

Paul Keller Jr. is vice president of Service-Tech Corporation in Clearwater and St. Petersburg, Florida. He is a second-generation air duct cleaner, and has worked in the industry for nearly two decades. He specializes in fall protection, working at heights and industrial cleaning projects. He holds a State of Florida “Class A” Air Conditioning license, and is a certified Air Systems Cleaning Specialist. Keller serves on NADCA’s Fall Tech Committee as well as the Energy Savings Task Force.

In addition, Mark Zarzeczny, ASCS, CVI, was re-elected for his third term on the board and Mike Dexter, ASCS, CVI, was re-elected for his second term.

Hernandez and Keller will join a team of esteemed members on NADCA’s BOD. They were officially installed as members of the board at NADCA’s 31st Annual Meeting and Exposition held March 9-11.