Dryer Vent Cleaning
A clothes dryer works by forcing hot dry air through a turning drum. The combination of tumbling clothes and the rapid replacement of hot dry air dries the clothes. Lint and moisture are bi-products of this process and are pulled from the drum by fan motor and then pushed through the dryer vent.
The dryer vent is duct work that runs from your laundry room to the exterior of your home. It is the route that hot air, moisture & lint use to escape your dryer. This allows your clothes to dry. Any blockage in this vent, whether it be lint build up, birds nest or crushed transition hose will cause problems ranging from the inconvenience of slow drying times, to the cost of an increased power bill—not to mention the associated fire hazard in your home.
“Failure to clean” is the leading factor contributing to clothes dryer fires in residential buildings.
According to the U.S. Fire Administration (Division of U.S. Department of Homeland Security), clothes dryers were involved in an estimated 15,000+ U.S. structure fires, fifteen deaths, 400 injuries, and $99 million in direct property damage.
Make your dryer last longer and work more efficiently with our dryer vent cleaning service. A clean dryer vent also prevents fire hazards. This process removes all dry lint that causes blockage and can destroy your dryer. We recommend that you have your dryer vent cleaned once a year to extend the life of your machine and give your family the safety & peace of mind.
Make your dryer last longer and work more efficiently with our dryer vent cleaning service. A clean dryer vent also prevents fire hazards. This process removes all dry lint that causes blockage and can destroy your dryer. We recommend that you have your dryer vent cleaned once a year to extend the life of your machine and give your family the peace of mind.
LintAlert detects problems before they become a danger
The LintAlert is a smart, easy-to-install home safety device that monitors and displays the back pressure levels found in the exhaust conduit of the dryer. Pressure levels found in the duct-work between the back of the dryer and the exterior vent hood typically increase over time due to lint build-up or other restrictions like birds nest or vent hoods that become inoperable.
Regular inspections and maintenance of the clothes dryer exhaust is highly recommended by all dryer manufacturers. For the security minded homeowner, the LintAlert provides a means to determine if and when your dryer’s exhaust is blocked.
Introducing the Dryerbox and DryerFlex
In the past, homeowners had to put up with the inefficient venting of their dryer appliance exhaust due to numerous friction causing bends or kinks in the flex duct hose that connects the dryer to the wall exhaust pipe.