Need dryer vent cleaning in Athens GA?
Is your dryer taking way too long to dry your laundry? Before you call an appliance repair company, consider this: If your dryer is still getting hot, more likely than not, the problem is in your dryer’s vent system—otherwise known as the “dryer exhaust ducts”.
Your lint trap collects only about 70-75% of the lint extracted from your clothes every time you wash and dry a load of laundry. The rest of the lint collects inside the actual dryer and on the walls of the vents that move all the hot, wet air to the outside of your home.
Over time, all that lint builds up on the walls of the vents and restricts the air-flow, requiring your dryer to work harder and longer to completely dry your clothes. If left unchecked, the lint causes a blockage—making it impossible for air to be directed outside, which creates a huge fire hazard!
Reduce the Risk of a House Fire
The #4 leading cause of house fires is blocked dryer vents which results in over 12,000 dryer vent fires each year. Reduced air flow caused by restricted dryer vents resulting in high temperatures in the dryer creates a huge fire risk. The risk can be reduced by proper dryer vent cleaning.
When homeowners fail to perform regular maintenance on their dryer vents, they can become clogged. If a spark from the dryer reaches this clog, the trapped dust and lint can ignite.
Annual dryer vent cleaning is a safe and affordable way to reduce your risk of a house fire. Not to mention, it will reduce the amount of time it takes to dry a load of clothes. A dryer with a blocked vent can take 3 to 4 times as long to dry a load, therefore increasing the amount of energy and money.
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