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  • Editor

    Publisher

    ECO BOX

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    Features

    In Every Issue

    NADCA NewsIndustry News

    Your Business5 Presidents Message7 Committee Assignments 18 New NADCA Members and ASCSs40 Tell Your Tales and Industry Calendar

    15 Looking Back: How We Got to the NADCA of Today

    17 NADCA in the News

    9 OSHA Updates and The Whos Who in Building & Construction

    10 Seasonal Changes Present Ideal Time to Review Emergency Preparedness

    11 Get on Track with Annual Reviews14 Three Components of Employee

    Satisfaction

    Contents

    POSTMASTER: 1120 Route 73, Suite 200, Mount Laurel, NJ, 08054; Phone: 855-GO-NADCA; Fax: 856-439-0525; E-mail: info@nadca.com; Website: www.nadca.com

    DucTales Magazine is published six times annually. NADCA annual dues include a paid subscription to DucTales. Yearly subscriptions to DucTales are available for $50.

    The National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA) prints DucTales Magazine to provide its members and the HVAC system cleaning industry with a forum for the discussion of topics of interest. To that end, NADCA tries to include within DucTales a wide range of ideas and opinions. The ideas and opinions expressed by the authors who write articles for DucTales, however, are solely the views of the person expressing them, and do not necessarily represent the views, positions or policies of NADCA, its members, or its officers, directors or staff. NADCA is not responsible for claims made in advertisements. NADCA does not endorse any particular manufacturer or supplier of equipment, chemicals or related products, nor any particular model of equipment.

    Editor

    Publisher

    Sarah BlackJodi Araujo, CEM

    ECO BOXDucTales magazine text and cover pages are printed on SFI-Certified Anthem Plus Gloss paper using soy ink.

    The SFI certified sourcing label is proof DucTales magazine is using fiber from responsible and legal sources.The Sustainable Forestry Initiative program integrates the perpetual growing and harvesting of trees with the protection of wildlife, plants, soils and water. The Sustainable Forestry Initiative program promotes responsible forest management.

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    Welcome to NADCAs Buyers Guide

    Alphabetical List of Associate Members

    Associate Members by Category

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    Presidents Message

    By Michael Vinick, NADCA President

    April Yungen, ASCS (18)Air Management Industries8351 Elm Avenue, Suite 102Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730-7639 United States(909) 945-0041airmgmt@tstonramp.com

    Jimmy Meyer, ASCS (16)Meyer Machine & Equipment351 Main StreetAntioch, IL(847) 395-2970jimbob@meyermachine.com

    Carlos Gonzales-Boothby, ASCS (16)Indoor Environmental ConsultantsPO Box 191648San Juan, Puerto Rico 00919-1648(787) 568-8880carlos@iec-pr.com

    Kevin Uilkie, ASCS (17)K.M. Facility Services, LLC5631 N. 52nd AvenueGlendale, AZ 85301(623) 930-5490kevin@kmfacserv.com

    Mark Zarzeczny, ASCS (17)Schoen Duct Cleaning704 Cooper StreetEdgewater Park, NJ 08010(609) 835-9500mark@schoenairductcleaninginc.com

    Jodi Araujo, CEMChief Staff Executive

    Kristy CohenExecutive Director

    Carla CheifetzMeeting Manager

    Holly FrenchMembership & Certification Coordinator

    Victoria RamsayClient Services

    Robin GearySenior Meeting Manager

    Karen SpiroIndustry Relations Manager

    NADCA Headquarters1120 Route 73, Suite 200 Mount Laurel, NJ 08054Toll Free: 855-GO-NADCA Phone: (856) 380-6810

    Fax: (856) 439-0525 www.nadca.com

    SecretaryMike White, ASCS (17)Clean Air Systems of LA, Inc.P.O. Box 6210225 Mount Zion RoadShreveport, LA 71136(318) 869-0344FAX: (318) 869-0346mike.white@cleanairsystemsiaq.com

    TreasurerDan Stradford, ASCS (18)Action Duct Cleaning2333 Lincoln Ave.Altadena, CA 91001Dstradford@aol.com

    PresidentMichael Vinick, ASCS (17)Duct & Vent Cleaning of America Inc.311 Page BoulevardSpringfield, MA 01104(413) 734-8368FAX: (413) 733-1997mvinick@ductandvent.com

    1st Vice PresidentRichard Lantz, ASCS (18)Interior Maintenance Company45 Scottdale RoadLandsdowne, PA 19050(757) 407-3845richard@imc.cc

    2nd Vice PresidentRick MacDonald, ASCS (18)Armstrong Heating & Power Vac Inc.531 Front StreetManchester, NH 03102(603) 627-7016 FAX: (603) 627-7070 rmac@ahpv.com

    NADCA Officers

    NADCA Directors

    NADCA Staff

    Standing Tall

    W hat does it mean to stand tall? Leaders stand tall. Do you ever wonder how they do it? How does someone derive the courage to stand tall? Are people born with the ability to stand tall or do they learn and develop the ability? I believe that we are a product of our environment. I also believe that we have the choice to change the environment that we hang around in.

    Are you hanging out in a good crowd? Who do you regularly converse with? Are they a positive influence on your life? Are they a positive influence on your business? If the answer to either of the last three questions is no, it is time to make a change. Everyone should have a mentor. Someone who they look up to and can learn from. If your mentor can be a positive influence on both your personal life and your business life that is great. If they are stronger in one area or the other, pick the one they are strongest in and find a second mentor.

    I tend to gravitate toward people I admire and respect. I do not hang around people I do not respect. When I have the opportunity to spend time and listen to and learn from someone who has had unique and incredible accomplishments in their life, I grab ahold of that opportunity. By spending time and learning from that person you will

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    grow. You will take with you some of their greatness and instantly improve yourself.

    What are you willing to do to improve yourself? It doesnt take as much work as you would actually think. Author Earl Nightingale said, One hour per day of study will put you at the top of your field within three years. Within five years youll be a national authority. In seven years, you can be one of the best people in the world at what you do. What is your level of dedication to what you are doing?

    I am often questioned about why I may decide to do certain things. The answer is usually pretty simple. Because the moment is right. During the past few years, the opportunity presented itself to bring to our association a great leader and have him speak at our annual meeting. There was also an opportunity to bring to our associations annual meeting one of the greatest treasures in international diplomacy the world has ever seen. By having business leader Jerry Colangelo speak, we have scored the game winning run. By having one of the most recognizable figures in the world, Meadowlark Lemon, at our annual meeting, we are announcing to the world that NADCA has arrived and we just hit the game-winning shot in overtime. Dont miss this opportunity to grow at the Wigwam in Phoenix with your fellow members.

    We are announcing to the world that NADCA is standing tall; we are ready and deserve to be taken seriously. In closing, I want to leave you with something else my father likes to say and especially liked to say when I was growing up: You are who you hang out with.

    Custom training is now available to

    NADCA members!

    Instead of flying your entire staff somewhere to

    receive training, NADCA will bring

    the training to YOU!

    Training and

    Education

    Made Easy!

    Interested?Call NADCA

    Headquarters at (855) GO-NADCA

    to learn more.

    We are announcing to the world that

    NADCA is standing tall; we are ready

    and deserve to be taken seriously.

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    NADCA News

    Annual Meeting CommitteeChair: Mark ZarzecznyImmediate Past Chair: Michael Vinick

    Karen Cowan Kelly DexterTommy Gwaltney Peter HaugenJimmy Meyer Matt MongielloMJ Palazzolo Anthony PaternoKeith Reynolds Terri ReynoldsMeg Walker Cindy White

    By-Laws Policies Procedures CommitteeChair: Dan StradfordImmediate Past Chair: Richard Lantz

    Ronald Nichols

    Certification CommitteeChair: Dan Stradford

    Chad Cowan Tom FehrRichard Lantz Rick MacDonaldMike McDavid Tim OConnorTodd St. Ores Cindy WhiteTom Yacobellis April Yungen

    Education & Safety CommitteeCo-Chairs: Mike White Rick MacDonald

    Jeff Bagley Mike DexterRon Gray Chet Goetz Reece Howell Richard LantzAndrew McLaughlin Dominic MentaMark Morris Vito MoscatoRonald Nichols Tim OConnorRobert Rizen Dan StradfordTom Wengert

    Sub-committee: White Paper CommitteeChair: Dan Stradford

    Sub-committee: Fall Technical ConferenceCo-Chair: Rick MacDonaldCo-Chair: Jimmy Meyer Mike Dexter Richard LantzMike McDavid Kehau Mendes James Queen Robert RizenBob Rousseau Bill TyrrellKevin Uilkie Tom Wengert Mike White Vito Mosato

    Sub-committee: CVI Training Task Force

    Ethics CommitteeChair: Dan StradfordImmediate Past Chair: Richard Lantz

    Melinda Allen Kelly DexterGeorge Grozan Ron NicholsMichael ORourke

    Finance CommitteeChair: Richard LantzImmediate Past Chair: Michael Vinick

    John Line John Muller Dan Stradford Al Sutton

    Industry & Public Relations CommitteeChair: Mark ZarzecznyImmediate Past Chair: Richard Lantz

    Dave Adams Bob AllenJim Castellano Chad CowanPeter Haugen Clayton IvanyJimmy Meyer Scott MoritzMJ Palazzolo Larry StabbJames Shelley Travis TasseyChris Wilson Stephen Worrall

    Sub-committee: Anti-Fraud Task ForceChair: Mark Zarzeczny

    Jim Castellano April YungenKelly Dexter Stephen Worrall

    Sub-committee: ACR Marketing Task ForceChair: Mark Zarzeczny

    Jim Castellano MJ PalazzoloJames Shelley Larry Stabb

    Sub-committee: Website Update Task ForceChair: