Dryer Vent Services
Dryer Vent Services
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Your dryer vent gets clogged with lint, dust and other dryer residues. If it clogs completely, the air flow inside your dryer won't be able to circulate properly, then it causes problems like: Heat production gets lower and finally stops, making your machine continue working harder and longer than necessary, eventually leading to scorching or fire.
Our dryer vent services focus on removing all the debris collected in your dryer vent. We'll even go beyond the filter to remove all build-up within the actual system. Our team will also make any necessary replacements if any components are damaged.
Dryers produce a significant amount of debris and these elements can end up clogging the dryer vent. Ignoring this buildup can actually pose a fire hazard while also hiking up your energy cost. We'll help to keep you and your family protected by ensuring your dryer has all the proper exhaust it needs to operate safely and efficiently.
Dryer Vent Services FAQ's
What does the dryer vent do?
A dryer vent is usually a flexible metal tubing that connects the top of the clothes dryer to the outside of the house. The dryer vent is used for removal of moist air. Moisture from washing and drying of clothing enters the dryer through the lint trap and flows upward through the ducting. The use of a filter and register box also contributes to moisture removal by restricting airflow away from the house.
How do I know if my dryer vent is clogged?
The best way to determine if your vent is clogged is to look at the dryer. If it is taking more time than usual to finish drying clothes, chances are your vent is blocked.
Is cleaning your dryer vent necessary?
Cleaning your dryer vent regularly is essential to extending the life of your dryer. Minus the proper maintenance, lint can build up in your dryer's vent, causing several dangerous problems, such as catching fire. Cleaning it isn't expensive or challenging, but will save you money over time and even prevent injuries or deaths caused by a possible fire.
How often should a dryer vent be cleaned?
To keep your dryer running at its best, you should clean the vent pipe outside your home once a year. Any other time when you notice problems with your appliance, such as an unpleasant odor or the clothes coming out damp, it's important to take a close look and make sure that the lint filter is intact and clean. If the filter isn't clean or if lint has built up in your outside vent pipe, it's time to clean your dryer vent.
What happens if you don't clean your dryer vent?
When you don't clean your dryer vent, lint and dust can clog and block the flow of air. This makes your dryer take longer to dry your clothes. If the dryer overheats, internal parts could be damaged and even catch on fire.