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Duct Doctor USA Recognized for Business Excellence in 2013

ASHBURN, Va., April 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Duct Doctor USA, a veteran-owned small business franchise that provides air duct cleaning services throughout Northern Virginia and the Hampton Roads regions, was recognized by its national franchise headquarters in Atlanta, Ga., as the top United States residential business performer and the top overall business performer for 2013. The performance results were a combined ratio of revenue performance, cost containment and customer satisfaction. This marks the third consecutive year achieving the top franchise honor and the fifth time the firm has captured this designation. Duct Doctor USA has served over 10,000 residential customers since its founding in 2004. 

"It is a great honor to be recognized for the continued hard work and dedication of my employees, team members and affiliates in this national forum," said Christopher J. Little, president of Duct Doctor USA. "Our team brings the best technicians, equipment and cleaning methodologies to bear for our customers and this award is a direct result of our consistently high marks in overall customer satisfaction."

Duct Doctor USA franchise owners operate in over 150 U.S. cities in nine states, and in the United Arab Emirates. 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. While other firms cast a wide net of offerings like chimney, carpet and home remediation services, we remain committed to being America's Number One Air Duct Cleaner. 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.

Duct Doctor USA employs a patent-protected, industry-unique air duct cleaning vehicle while ensuring that all cleaning strictly follows NADCA standards and guidelines. Duct Doctor USA continues to expand market share in the commercial facilities, government and residential space.

For more information about Duct Doctor USA, please visit www.ductdoctornova.com, www.ductdoctorhr.com, or call 800-955-1275.

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