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Regular cleaning of clothes dryer ducts and vents is an important way to maintain the safety of your home while improving the efficiency of your dryer. Over time, lint accumulates on the sides of your dryer vent tubing, decreasing airflow and making it harder and harder for your dryer to do its job.
Dryer Vent Fires - A Common Problem:
Lack of maintenance is the leading cause of dryer fires with lint identified as the source material igniting the fires.
 The fires may be caused by:

Failure of mechanical and/or electrical 
parts within the dryer

Improper materials placed in the dryer

Insufficient airflow as a result of improper installation
Vents with a lot of turns or elbows build up more lint
Dryer Vent Fire Prevention - A Simple Solution: 
Have dryer vents professionally cleaned and inspected annually to help prevent dryer vent fires. Routine maintenance and care of your dryer vent system to prevent fires includes:

Dryer vent systems need to be up-to-code with your city

A properly installed all-metal dryer vent will help ensure airflow; 
replace any plastic or foil vent with semi-rigid or solid metal venting

Do not operate the dryer without a lint filter

Clean lint trays and screens before or after each use of the dryer

Clean lint out of the vent pipe

Make sure the air exhaust vent pipe is not restricted and the 
outdoor vent flap will open when the dryer is operating

Dryers should be properly grounded

Avoid overloading a washing machine or dryer

Follow the manufacturer's operating instructions

Never leave the house or go to bed with your dryer running
Reduced airflow and lint build-up cause overheating and prevent fast drying action. When this happens, safety switches cycle on and off continuously and can fail over a period of time. This results in higher costs of operation and could cause a costly and dangerous dryer fire.

Our professionals use a variety of specialized tools and procedures to clean dryer vent duct work. The entire process usually takes about one hour. However, cleaning is only one part of our service. The dryer vent is also inspected for several mechanical issues that should be checked by a professional duct cleaner.

Advanced Warning Signs
Clothes (especially towels or jeans) that take a long time to dry Clothes are hotter than usual at the end of the cycle Flapper on vent hood doesn't open when dryer is on
Removing this lint means your dryer can more quickly dry your clothes, saving money and time. In addition, blocked dryer vents can cause your clothes dryer to overheat, creating a critical fire hazard. We have the specialized equipment and expertise needed to quickly clean your dryer vents, keeping your home safe and saving you money.
If you notice any of these signs, schedule a professional dryer cleaning or inspection immediately.
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