Just like any industry, the businesses in the duct and HVAC cleaning industry follow certain standards for safe and proper operating procedures. The Assessment, Cleaning and Restoration of HVAC Systems is a standard operating procedure that gives guidelines to those businesses to help them continue good practices.
The Assessment, Cleaning and Restoration of HVAC Systems, also known as the ACR standard, provides minimum procedural requirements for those in the industry.
Why is the ACR standard important?
Airpro Hawaii follows the ACR standard for a few simple reasons. First, it ensures all of our employees are up-to-date about industry operating procedures and safety. It also sets the standard of service, so our customers know what to expect. The ACR standard is based on reliable principals, practical experience and industry research, and it is updated frequently.
The standard also focuses on preventing job-related hazards, such as exposing people to cross-contamination.
What information does it contain?
The ACR standards contains practical, industry-backed information for all sorts of HVAC and duct-related operations. These include:
-Assessing new and existing duct work systems -Evaluating cleanliness of HVAC systems -Preventing hazards and injury -Setting an industry standard for cleaning and restoration
Who sets the standard?
The National Air Duct Cleaners Association, or NADCA, is the nonprofit in charge of the ACR standard. NADCA is an HVAC inspection, cleaning and restoration trade association, and has more than 1,200 members in more than 20 countries.