Dryer vents need a clear path for heat to run out. When lint builds up inside your dryer vent system, your dryer may take longer to dry clothes or leave you with wet clothes, work harder to run, or lead to a fire that could cause thousands of dollars of damage to your home. The longer the vent and the more elbows running from the dryer to the outside, the more lint that can get built up and create a blockage or fire hazard. The U.S. Fire Administration recommends all homeowners to have regular dryer vent cleanings by a professional.Our technicians will clean the lint trap and continue to the back of the dryer. The vent is cleaned to the exhaust with a brush or high pressure air. We will also clean the impeller or replace any worn plastic tubing for an extra fee.
If your clothes are coming out wet or taking a longer than normal time to drive, call us right away and let us know of the issue so that we can remove the blockage as soon as possible.