Dryer vent cleaning removes clogged lint that builds up over time. The benefits of dryer vent cleaning are, fire safety, lower utility bills, and no mildew smells. Includes Clothes Dryer Safety & Energy Inspection!
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Paul Meyers is the owner of The Lint King iInc. and has been servicing dryers in Northern Illinois for over 18 years Dryer vents are a leading cause of fires, more than 55,000 last year in U.S.. Fire departments and appliance companies recommend cleaning them once a year because lint is very flammable and it's the leading cause of clothes dryer overheating. “Consumers Report Magazine” recently had an article about safety devices in some expensive new dryers that are supposed to shut the dryer off when the vent is clogged. Some of them didn’t work at all, and shut the dryer down, and some of them gave false readings. If owner didn’t have a service contract, he had to pay for an unnecessary service call.
Dryer vent cleaning will save you time and money with lower utility costs!
When the lint builds up, and other debris, dryer sheet, nest, or damaged ductwork occurs in the dryer exhaust system a Dryer Vent Blockage indicator lights will illuminate as shown in this close-up.
The alarm state is also accompanied by an audible alert that can be muted until the dryer exhaust system can be cleaned or repaired. When the exhaust is running efficiently, the first LED is lighted. Under normal operation, lint naturally builds up in the system.
The indicators will progressively illuminate in real-time to keep you up to date on system efficiency so you can have Clothes Dyer maintenance performed before energy is wasted or there's a fire danger.
The best way to prevent the possibility of a dryer fire harming your family is with an annual dryer vent inspection and cleaning by the professionals at The Lint King Dryer Vent Cleaning Experts.
A properly installed metal dryer vent system will ensure maximum airflow for best dryer performance.
A clean dryer duct will also extend the life of your appliance from 3-5 years to 20 or more!
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A clogged dryer vent is caused by the build-up of lint and other debris in the dryer’s vent and dryer airways. There’re many reasons why a clothes dryer vent becomes clogged and we've listed many of the most common below.
Today’s modern laundry room can be located almost anywhere creating very long and complicated runs that have several bends in the homes dryer ventilation system. This scenario means dryer vents tend to create more back pressure and the dryer’s efficiency is degraded. They also have make it more difficult to clean.
Longer dryer vent tubing will cause dryer lint to collect more rapidly than a system with shorter runs and minimal turns. The maximum suggested length for a dryer vent is 25 feet. But, because of the turns we need to subtract 5 feet for 90 degree turns. 45 degree dryer vent turn are preferred because they subtract only 2.5 feet of the max dryer length.