RESIDENTIAL DRYER VENT CLEANING
Cleaning your Dryer Vent regularly improves the efficiency of your dryer, saves you money, and helps to minimize potential fire hazards.
As lint builds up in your dryer ventilation system it prevents air and moisture from escaping the dryer and clothes remain damp. This results in increased drying time and a higher electric bill. Running your dryer longer also causes unnecessary wear and tear on your dryer machine and its parts.
Many first-time customers unfortunately learn about dryer vent cleaning after paying for their dryer to be repaired, or after purchasing a brand new dryer and finding that their clothes still will not dry because the dryer vent is clogged.
Preventing the accumulation of lint will also help to prevent a dryer fire. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that 15,500 fires associated with clothes dryers occur annually causing 10 deaths, 310 injuries, and more than $84.4 million in property damage annually. Lack of maintenance is the leading cause of dryer fires, with lint cited as the leading material to ignite.
Request a qualified technician if:
Dryer gets hot on top.
Clothes take long to dry (especially towels or jeans).
After a 40 minute cycle, clothes are hot but still damp.
Loose lint can be found behind or around the dryer.
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