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If you notice that your clothes are taking more than one cycle to dry, or if your dryer is becoming excessively hot to the touch, you most likely have a build up of lint and debris in your ducting. Lint build up catches the water vapor from your dryer and prevents the heat to exhaust properly outdoors. This is a serious problem. This will not only burn out your dryer, but it can cause a fire, water damage, health risks, and higher electrical costs.
We begin by removing the duct from the dryer and attaching our vacuum to the vent pipe. Starting from the outside vent door, we run our ductwhip down the line to snake out the entire vent pipe working our way back to the spot where our vacuum is attached.
We will supply you with general information about the different styles and configurations of dryer ducting found in various types of condominiums, townhouses, single homes and some commercial buildings.
Most dryer exhaust ducting requires a regular maintenance program. We can develop a maintenance schedule that is tailored to your particular type of ducting and structure.
"How often does my dryer duct need cleaning?" This is a question that we cannot answer until we have investigated your situation. It depends upon usage and setup.
”Where and how do the fires start?" Fires start in the clothes dryer and not your dryer duct, and as a rule, a fire in the dryer starts from a spark in the clothes dryer. Metal, excessive heat from lack of air flow, and flammable lint is the perfect combination for disaster.