Next week's 2020 NADCA 31st Annual Conference and Exposition will continue as planned in Coronado, California, according to a statement from CEO Jodi Araujo addressing novel coronavirus concerns. Now that those concerns are put to rest, conference attendees can expect an even more engaging program of new technology, exhibitors and sessions highlighting the latest trends in duct cleaning.

Each year NADCA's Annual Meeting and Exposition brings together a diverse group of professionals in air systems cleaning, mold remediators, HVAC inspectors, and others interested in the comprehensive field of HVAC cleaning. The conference includes sessions that offer insights into trends and evolutions within the HVAC system cleaning industry, along with best practices based on current literature and evidence-based standards.

This year, here are five reasons to get excited that the NADCA expo is continuing as planned: 

1. Get the certifications you need to grow your HVACR business.

NADCA offers to certifications--the Air Systems Cleaning Specialist (ASCS) and the Certified Ventilation Inspector (CVI). Attendees can participate in certification training courses and take the exam, all while at the Annual Meeting & Exposition.

2. Sessions on the hottest topics in HVACR

Hear and discuss the hottest topics in HVACR, including cleaning cooling towers as a business supplement, duct cleaning after a major fire and cleaning health care facilities.

3. More than 30-plus confirmed exhibitors

The NADCA exhibit hall will feature 37 exhibitors who will showcase their various products, equipment, and services available to meet your business needs.

4. Partnerships and networking with peer professionals

The welcome reception and grand opening of the exhibit hall on Monday evening, March 9, kicks off the event. It's a great opportunity for attendees to network and reconnect with old friends. NADCA will also be celebrating on Tuesday evening for the NADCA Member Party aboard the U.S.S. Midway.

5. New and innovative technology in action

Stop by the NADCA booth to check out the latest module in virtual reality training. Attendees can put on a headset and immediately immerse themselves into a job site. Step inside a mechanical room to identify the components of a commercial system or challenge your skills by walking through the proper cleaning process of an HVAC split system from start to finish.