President & Owner
With a family legacy in Indoor Air Quality and a professional background in technology, Doug has spearheaded Power Vac America into the 21st century and grown the company to one of the largest commercial air duct cleaning companies in Texas. When he’s not making the air safer and healthier, Doug stays busy bass fishing on Lake Conroe. Ask him about proper cleaning maintenance of coils or where the fish are biting.
Shannon has been with Power Vac America since 2005, during which time he has worked his way from Technician, to Crew Leader, to resident BBQ Pit Master, to Project Manager. If anything goes amiss in any aspect of our daily operations, Shannon is the one to go to since he’s experienced all the different stages of our work first-hand. But it’s not just his time-logged experience, he is also a very keen observer; he has a remarkable eye for quickly assessing the most efficient way of approaching individual jobs, how to delegate work to the people with the most compatible skill sets, and how to meet the customer’s needs in the most personable, yet direct way. Shannon’s keen senses make him an excellent technician, very adept at problem solving in the field, and also an unparalleled judge of character. (He also has a super-human sense of smell, and is an excellent whistler).
Residential Crew Leader
During his years working for Power Vac America, Mike has become our foremost expert in residential duct cleaning. Not only does he provide all the estimating for our residential department, but also he leads our residential team in the field. Interesting fact: Mike’s favorite board game is Monopoly.
If you call the Power Vac office, it’s more than likely that Alex is who you’ll speak with. She holds down the fort at PVA headquarters: she provides customers with explanations and information about the various steps involved in our cleaning process, she balances our company books, and our schedules, and boxes, and spinning plates… really, anything that needs balancing. Before Power Vac, Alex had many other professional lives: she was a professor of literature, where she taught students about famous monsters, James Joyce, and Don Quixote; she was a resident scholar on Texas cowboys and trail drives of the late 19th century; she appeared as the famous talk-show personality, Tina Alexandra, on the hit series Wine Tasting with Tina and Lacy; and she was an aerial acrobat… hence her penchant for balancing. When asked about which career cross-section is the most interesting, “it’s got to be the intersection of high power vacuums/commercial air ducts and aerial acrobatics—there’s real potential to revolutionize the world of circus arts, here!”
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