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Vents Bird Nest
Affects the indoor
Birds find an easy way to build their nests inside exhaust vents and this creates a number of indoor air quality (IAQ) problems, increases energy consumption, and creates a potential fire hazard. Lint is the primary culprit for obstructing the air flow inside dryer vents and bird nests are often the primary problem. The warm air from the dryer creates a pleasant spot for a nest of birds, but this cozy hideout for small creatures is a dangerous situation for homeowners.
Birds prefer constructing their homes in places that are secure from predators. Unfortunately for homeowners, one of these places includes dryer vents. A bird nest can be as long as two feet in length, which means it can easily obstruct the flow of air, and can be dangerous for many reasons. Special tools are needed to remove the nest, as well as any material which may have collected within it. The biggest danger of bird nests within ducts is a fire, which can potentially destroy your home.
Snake cleaning? Bird nest in homes exhaust vents can be a potential source of other creatures looking for food. An Ashburn VA resident hired us to inspect and possibly remove a bird nest in her dryer vent, original video taken by one of our technicians on May 2019.