Dryer Vent Cleaning
Dryer vents represent more of a fire hazard than chimneys, resulting in deaths, injuries and hundreds of millions of dollars ($) in losses.
Dryer vents should be cleaned each year to help prevent fires and SERIOUSLY save money ($) on repairs and energy costs.
Even a 1/2 inch build-up of lint in your dryer vent can reduce air flow and efficiency by 50%, costing ($) much more in energy usage and risking a dryer vent fire, with potentially catastrophic consequences.
- Clothes dry too slowly
- Lint appears around and at the back of the dryer
- Clothes or dryer feel too hot
- Heat elements in the dryer burn out
- Water spots appear on walls
- Carbon monoxide alarms sound off