Dryer Doesn’t Dry? Dryer Takes Too Long To Dry?
Most dryer breakdowns are caused by clogged dryer vents. In many cases having us clean your dryer vent will solve the problem. In some cases a clogged vent will damage your dryer. Even if you already repaired or replaced your dryer you should still have your vents cleaned and maintained to save time, energy, money and to avoid future problems.
New Dryer And It Still Doesn’t Dry?
Inspect and clean your dryer vent. Today’s machines are designed to be much more energy efficient. They usually operate at a lower temperature and do not push as much air as the older dryers. They are much more sensitive and are designed to shutdown in order to avoid starting fires.
Never Required Vent Cleaning Before?
In today’s larger homes and multi-family homes vents are usually much longer and travel a greater distance to get to outside air. (Please note that all vents must go to outside air.) This slows down the airflow; vents clog more frequently, and require more frequent cleanings. Clothing is not made the way it used to be. The more you wash and dry your clothes the smaller and thinner the material gets and eventually it starts shredding. This breakdown of warn out clothing contributes to the lint buildup in vents.
HOT HUMID AIR, LINT BUILDUP, PEALING PAINT, MOLD, SMELL, SMOKE OR CO2 DETECTORS SOUNDING ARE ALL WARNING SIGNS OF LEAKY OR CLOGGED VENTS.
ALL VENTS SHOULD BE INSPECTED, SEALED, CLEANED AND VENTED TO OUTSIDE AIR!