ASHBURN, Va. - Oct. 8, 2013 // PRNewswire // - Christopher J. Little, President of Duct Doctor USA, a veteran-owned small business franchise that provides air duct cleaning services throughout Northern Virginia and the Hampton Roads regions, has been selected as a finalist for the 2013 Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce Entrepreneur of the Year.
The Chamber of Commerce Awards are Loudoun's premier event recognizing the achievements of small businesses, entrepreneurs and non-profit organizations in Loudoun County. "All of our finalists for the 2013 Small Business awards deserve our praise and congratulations. The competition for these awards is always very fierce, and that is a reflection of the outstanding quality of the companies and entrepreneurs here in Loudoun County," said Chamber President Tony Howard.
"This recognition is directly correlated with the daily performance of the men and women who continue to make our company an industry leader," said Christopher J. Little, president of Duct Doctor USA. "I am personally humbled by their knowledge, skill and ability as they complete their work, and I thank them for their ongoing dedication."
Duct Doctor USA services customers from Baltimore to Richmond and from Richmond to Virginia Beach. Duct Doctor USA employs a patent-protected, industry-unique air duct cleaning vehicle while ensuring that all cleaning strictly follows NADCA standards and guidelines. For more information about Duct Doctor USA, please visit www.ductdoctornova.com, www.ductdoctorhr.com, or call 800-955-1275.
Duct Doctor USA has been a single-focus Air Duct Cleaner since 1985. Air duct cleaning is all that we do and our focus has resulted in industry leading service technicians being dispatched to your home to complete your service project. Our technicians are uniformed and well-trained by National Air Duct Cleaner Association (NADCA) Certified Air System Cleaning Specialists (ASCS) and perform all cleaning utilizing the recommended source removal procedures.
"Source removal is defined as the physical removal of contaminants and debris from internal Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system surfaces while under continuous negative vacuum air flow," said Little. "Complete HVAC system cleaning through source removal can also reduce household dust, increase energy efficiency, increase equipment life expectancy, and improve overall indoor air quality and comfort."
Studies by the University of Colorado Boulder, at their Larson Building Systems Laboratory, show that the removal of debris inside ductwork and the cleaning of the impacted cooling coils can reduce the running time of Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) systems by as much as thirty percent.
SOURCE Duct Doctor USA