How long has it been since you had a dryer vent cleaning?
Cleaning your dryer vent exhaust duct is an important service. This is a service that is often overlooked and not doing it, can cause unwanted conditions such as: fire hazard,water damage, health risks, higher electrical costs and even damage to your clothes dryer.
When a dryer vent duct becomes clogged, you are more likely to get moisture in your system, which can lead to corrosion and water damage. We commonly retrieve 2-5 gallons of lint and 2-4 gallons of water from dryer ducts when we clean them.
Clogged dryer systems can overheat and are a potential fire hazard, especially if a flammable plastic connector hose from the dryer to the wall connector is being used
A clogged dryer vent (or duct) system means extra drying cycles to dry your clothes. This results in higher gas and electric bills
According to the US Consumer Products Safety Commission, restricted dryer vents cause reduced air flow and higher temperatures in dryers, adding to energy use with longer drying time.
Clothes dryers are one of the most expensive appliances in your home to operate. The longer it runs the more money it costs you.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) estimates that 15,500 fires associated with clothes dryers occur annually. These fires account for an average of 10 deaths and 310 injuries and more than $84.4 million in property damage annually.Symptoms of a clogged dryer vent include excessive moisture in the laundry room and clothes take a long time to dry or won't dry at all. Cleaning the dryer vent will improve drying time.
Mechanical brush attached to flexible cable through the duct system connector hose is cleaned out
Air pressure is blown through ducting to remove lint residue after brushing
Lint trap screen vacumm cleaned
Exhaust pressure at outside vent is check after the system is brushed out
We service the following:
- Commercial Laundries
- Town home
- Single- Family Homes
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We are located in Manassas VA serving: Virginia, Washington DC and Maryland.
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