Dryer Vent Cleaning
While few homeowners know it, dryer exhaust vent cleaning is an important step in your family's safety. With the latest technology and equipment, we are happy to offer this service to our customers.
Overheated clothes dryers can cause fires, and this hazard exists in almost every American home. Most people won't even think about the inside of their dryer and its exhaust venting when considering fire hazards. The US Consumer Product Safety Division estimates that each year there are more than 15,000 dryer fires, resulting in property damage, injury, and even death.
Gas Dryer Vents
Blocked gas dryer vents can cause your dryer to exhaust into your home, which poses its own risk. Carbon monoxide poisoning is a real threat with these dryers when the vents are blocked.
That is why efficient, clear venting is critical.
Aside from the fire and carbon monoxide risks, blocked dryer vents can also cost more to run and over time, shorten the life of the appliance. Even though you may empty the lint filter every time you run a load of laundry, a small amount of lint does remain inside of the dryer. After a while, this adds up, and eventually becomes a fire hazard. We don’t just clean the dryers vent, we start at the source, inside the dryer itself, which is where the lint originates. Scheduling a dryer and vent cleaning can save money, and keep your family safe by ensuring that your dryer runs efficiently and does not pose any threat of a fire.
Dryer Exhaust Vent Cleaning
Dryers and vents should be cleaned every one to two years, depending on usage. At the time of service, our technician will perform an inspection on the dryer, the transition and the venting. He will remove any lint build up, foreign matter, and replace any compromised venting with fire safety rated, top of the line materials. For more information on the materials we use, see our dryer flex video under the parts header. Schedule an inspection and cleaning today!
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