Why Should I Clean My Dryer Vents?|
Lint build-up within your dryer vents
can result in reduced airflow, which then causes overheating. When this occurs
the high temperature limit safety switch cycles on and off. The majority of
switches were not meant to cycle on and off continually which may cause them to
The Consumer Products Safety Commission indicates that there are
an estimated annual 16,800 fires related to clothes
Build up of lint and decreased exhaust airflow provide
conditions perfect for a fire. Lint is extremely combustible and one of the main
components in a recipe for home-made fire starters.
Who Needs This
Just about everyone with a dryer needs this service!
Particularly those homes with dryers situated inside walls, or those found on
second floor laundry rooms. These centralized areas cause dryers to be vented
increased distances, at times fifty feet or longer. This enhances the risk for
lint buildup along with other obstructions which may severely affect the dryer's
A few things to look for which may indicate that the dryer
is not functioning properly:
It requires more than one cycle to dry your
clothes The dryer vent hood flapper does not open The clothing that come out
from the dryer are hotter than usual
What Is the Method?
thorough lint and debris-removing system includes a powerful vacuum combined
with a rotating brush that is fed into entire your dryer vent system.Our method
allows us to eliminate virtually any kind of blockage, including bird's nests,
from your dryer's duct and vent system.
With lower utility bills,
and the longer life for your dryer and clothing, a dryer vent cleaning will pay
for itself. In addition to the comfort you'll have in knowing that you've
avoided a potentially dangerous fire hazard in your house.
Call us today for more information and pricing.