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- We clean gas and electric dryers
- Prevent dryer lint fires and costly utility bills, have your dryer and vent cleaned today.
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Lint Build-Up Removal from Tumble Dryers
Our Dryer Vent Cleaning Services Include: :
- Clean the entire vent from inside the dryer to the outside of your home
- Reassemble everything and check for proper operation
- Satisfaction guaranteed
- Help prevent a dangerous fire situation from lint build-up
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Why is Dryer Vent Cleaning Necessary?
Moisture & Lint.
Moisture and linter are byproduct of the tumble drying process, and are pulled from the drum by a fan motor and then pushed through the remaining exhaust conduit to the exterior termination fitting. Typical exhaust conduit comprises flex transition hose found immediately behind the dryer, the 4-inch rigid galvanized pipe and elbow fittings found within the wall framing, and the vent duct hood found outside the house.
When dryer vents begin to become clogged.
A homeowner must ensure that their dryer vent ductwork is never kinked or clogged. Too many 90 degree angles and squished vents can lead to lint sticking together until it clogs up like an artery and cholesterol.
Several factors can contribute to or accelerate rapid lint build-up. These include long or restrictive ducts, bird or rodent nests in the termination, crushed or kinked flex transition hose, terminations with screen-like features, and condensation within the duct due to uninsulated ducts traveling through cold spaces, such as crawl space or attic.
Dryers expose flammable materials to heat. Underwriters Laboratories recommends cleaning the lint filter every cycle for safety and energy efficiency, provision of adequate ventilation, and cleaning of the duct at regular intervals. UL also recommends that dryers not be used for glass fiber, rubber, foam or plastic items, or any item that has had a flammable substance spilled on it.
Clogged Dryer Vents Are Fire hazards
In the United States, the U.S. Fire Administration in a 2007 report estimated that clothes dryer fires account for 15,600 structure fires 15 deaths, and 400 injuries annually with 80% (12,700) of the fires in residential buildings. The Fire Administration attributes "Failure to clean" as the leading factor contributing to clothes dryer fires in residential buildings, and observed that new home construction trends place clothes dyers and washing machines in more hazardous locations away from outside walls, such as in bedrooms, second-floor hallways, bathrooms, and kitchens.
To address the problem of clothes dryer fires, a fire suppression system can be used with sensors to detect the change in temperature when a blaze starts in a dryer drum. These sensors then activate a water vapor mechanism to put out the fire.
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