Dryer Vent Cleaning
Congested dryer vents can lead to an appliance fire that can threaten your home or business. It’s crucial that dryer vents be cleaned regularly, for safety reasons and for economic reasons. The more efficiently a dryer vent exhausts, the less lint collects in the vents, and the better the dryer operates. This means a more energy-efficient dryer and lower utility bills.

The risk is real. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has warned that dryer vents are the most common source of house fires. Your Teasdale Fenton technician is equipped with a powerful vacuum to quickly and completely remove hazardous lint build-up in your vents, leaving you with one less thing to worry about.
Risks:
Failure of mechanical and/or electrical parts within the dryer
Improper materials placed in the dryer
Insufficient airflow as a result of improper installation
Warning Signs
Clothes (especially towels or jeans) that take a long time to dry
Clothes are hotter than usual at the end of the cycle
Flapper on vent hood doesn’t open when dryer is on
If you notice any of these signs, schedule a professional dryer vent cleaning or inspection immediately.
Money Savings
Proper venting materials enhance performance and extend the life of your dryer. When clothes are given the appropriate amount of air, they dry quicker, are subject to less tumbling, and result in less electric or gas usage from your dryer.

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