Our company is also happy to provide dryer vent cleaning to ensure that your dryer continues to perform safely and efficiently throughout the year.
Did you know that there are over 16,800 vent fires every year in the U.S. alone?! In 2010, clothes dryers and washing machines accounted for 4.5% of all reported home structure fires, 1.9% of associated civilian deaths, 2.8% of associated civilian injuries, and 3.1% of associated direct property damage.
Over time, dryers can become clogged due to a buildup of lint from clothing that is dried. We unclog the vents and clean them to reduce your property's energy usage and avoid common safety hazards. The buildup of lint can also block proper airflow and quickly lead to exhaust fires or carbon monoxide intrusion.
With the help of one of our trained professionals, we'll maintain your dryer vent with proper cleaning throughout the year to ensure that it continues to run well and doesn't threaten the safety of the residents in the home. The first step of our process is to conduct a 10-point diagnostic inspection of the vent line, lint trap, joint connections, termination points, and hoses to assess which services are needed. Upon completion we will then utilize specialized tools to clean and aid in the removal of lint, debris, and any other possible obstructions in the dryer vent.
Our service also includes a lint screen and lint trap cleaning. Our expert technicians will ensure that the dryer vent line is clear from entry to termination point by removing all lint, dryer sheets, clothing, and even rodent nests.
We also offer multi-unit and commercial dryer vent cleaning. Protect your business from the hazard of dryer fires and increase the efficiency of your units, saving you time and money.
We have the experience needed to provide superior service to a wide range of businesses including:
Eco Carpet and Tile Cleaning is your source for professional dryer vent cleaning.
Dryer vent cleaning provides a variety of benefits to business and home owners including:
Reduced Fire Hazard - Clogged dryer vents are considered to be the leading cause of dryer fires, with dryer lint being the typical source of ignition. Every year there are more than 16,800 dryer fires that are responsible for approximately 34 deaths, 430 injuries, and over $209 million in property damages. Rely on Eco Carpet and Tile Cleaning to remove dangerous blockages of lint and debris, and significantly reduce the chances of a fire.
Save Money - It's simple—the longer your dryer takes to dry clothes, the more energy you use. Clogged dryer vents hinder your dryers performance, causing increased energy consumption, which of course leads to higher utility bills. Also, the longer your clothes are in the dryer the faster they wear out. Save money and extend the life of your clothing.
Save Time – Spend less time doing laundry, with a clean dryer vent your clothes dry fast, so you can finish your laundry quicker and get back to enjoying your day.
Eliminate Health Risks - Dryer vents that are clogged can lead to various health risks, from the lack of proper ventilation of carbon monoxide, a poisonous gas and can also lead to the perfect environment for unpleasant and harmful molds to thrive. Contact us today for dyer vent cleaning, we will remove clogs and restore proper airflow to your dryer.
Keep your family safe, save money on utilities, and save time doing laundry.
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Dryer manufacturers recommend having your dryer vents inspected and cleaned yearly to prevent clogs from affecting the performance and safety of your clothes dryer.
Here are some warning signs to watch out for in between cleanings:
Excess Lint Behind Dryer - Clogged dryer vents can prevent lint from properly passing through the vent system. This issue can cause a buildup of lint behind your dryer.
Longer Dryer Time - If your clothes are not drying in one cycle this is a strong sign that there may be an obstruction in your dryer vent preventing the proper airflow needed to work efficiently.
Overheat Shut Off - When a vent line is clogged your dryer has to work harder and does not allow heat to be vented properly, causing it to overheat. Dryers that overheat typically shut off to prevent a fire. This warning should not be taken lightly; we recommend having a professional look at your system before your next load of laundry.
No Lint on Lint Screen - Lint screens should be cleaned after each drying cycle. If your screen does not accumulate lint, this is a sign that the air that carries the lint is not making it through the screen and out of the dryer because of a clogged dryer vent.
Excess Lint on Clothing - Obstructed dryer vents do not allow your dryer to properly expel lint, causing lint to accumulate on clothing during a drying cycle.
Hot Dryer & Hot Clothes - If the top of your dryer is hot to the touch, or if clothing is excessively hot after a drying cycle, it can be a warning sign that there is inadequate airflow caused by a clogged dryer vent.
Moldy Smell - Clogged vents can create a breeding ground for molds that cause unpleasant odors and health issues.
Pets - While having pets may not seem like a warning sign, pets increase the risk of lint accumulation and clogs due to pet hair combining with lint to create larger obstructions.
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