Dryer Vent Cleaning
Our CDET certified dryer exhaust technicians are equipped with special tools specifically designed to thoroughly clean dryer vents and keep your dryer performing at maximum efficiency and safety. In our dryer vent cleaning process, we work from both the outside and inside of the home to ensure both maximum effectiveness and thoroughness of cleaning. We use a combination of a high-power air blower together with special agitation and spinning brushes connected to flexible rods to loosen and remove caked-on lint and other debris from the dryer exhaust vent. All debris is blown to the outside of the home where it is collected. Our equipment can remove even the most difficult blockages, such as that caused by excessive lint buildup or animal nesting material.
Why Dryer Vent Cleaning Is So Important!
- Each year, 15,000 American families suffer home fires associated with their clothes dryers. These fires are responsible for approximately 10 deaths, 310 injuries, and $96,000,000 in property damage.
- Fires can occur when lint builds up in the dryer or in the exhaust duct (the duct pipe that runs from your laundry room, inside your walls and terminates either through the roof or the side wall). Lint can block the flow of air, cause excessive build-up and can result in a fire in dryers and where they are located.
- Dryer vents clogged with lint cost $18-24 more per month.
- Dryer manufacturers recommend you clean your dryer vent every 6-12 months, depending upon usage to ensure safe and efficient operation.
- Regular dryer vent maintenance prolongs the life of your dryer
Dryer Vent Repairs
In addition to cleaning, we also perform dyer vent repairs and other vent services that include:
- Installing Bird Guards
- Replacing or Repairing Venting
We will replace and/or repair your dryer vents using state-of-the-art all metal dryer venting products. Many new products are available in dryer venting, such as tight turn elbows, close clearance periscopes, and snap-lock fittings. We ensure your venting system is safe and up to today’s local codes, many of which now require all metal venting.