Dryer vent cleaning
Professional dryer vent cleaning in new york and new jersey
How a clogged dryer vent could cause fire
Little cotton materials in your dryer vent can cause reduced airflow, which in turn causes overheating. This can cause the high-temperature limit safety switch to go on and off, which can cause them to fail. Since lint is combustible, over accumulation of it in your dryer vent can cause fire outbreak.Anyone that has a dryer needs to constantly clean its vents. However, if your dryer is located on second-floor laundry rooms or inside walls, you need to clean its vents more often. The reason is that these locations need your dryer to be vented longer distances.If you notice the following signs in your dryer, know that it is no longer functioning properly, hence needs cleaning.
The dryer vent hood flapper doesn’t open
The clothes that come out of the dryer are hotter than normal.
Excess lint on clothing
Other signs that indicate that your dryer vent needs cleaning include:
When lint start collecting around the door seal
When your dryer and clothes start getting really hot after each drying session
If the top of your dryer is hot to touch while operating
If your clothes start having moldy smell after dry cycle
When you notice any or all of these signs in your dryer, know that it is time to seek a professional to clean the vents. Remember that a clogged dryer vent is a recipe for a fire disaster.
Benefits of a clean dryer vents
Every year, thousands of dryer fires occur leading to loss of lives and properties, and clogged dryer vent is usually fingered as the leading cause of these fires.
Above All, A Clean Dryer Vent Saves You Drying Time
since a dryer with a clean dryer vent takes at most one drying cycle to dry clothes, you will be saving energy with clean dryer vents.
It eliminates mold issues
Life time dryer:
A Clean Dryer Vent Extends The Lifespan Of Your Dryer
Dryer vent cleaning
Our prices: Dryer Vent Inspection and Cleaning – 125$ per unit (99$ if more than 5 neighbors doing same day) Replacing Transition Hose (plastic to DryerFlex – shown highest resistance to the fire after sheet metal ) – 75$