A dryer vent with significant lint buildup can overheat, posing a serious fire hazard. Even minor blockage will hurt your dryer’s efficiency and increase your energy bill. If you notice your dryer is taking a longer time to cycle or you need to run it twice for the same load, it’s time to get the dryer vent cleaned.
Typically you should have your dryer vent cleaned at least once or twice a year. You may need to clean it with greater frequency depending on the length of your vent and the amount you use it. Not only will a dryer vent cleaning make your home safer, but you’ll also help extend the life of the machine itself and cut down on your energy costs.
Since 1984, we’ve helped homeowners in the Northern Virginia and the greater Washington DC metro area tackle their dryer vent cleaning needs. Our experienced technicians have the tools and the knowledge to clear any size clog.
Our experience isn’t limited to only residential dryer vents, we also have extensive experience in commercial and government facilities, including the replacement of fire-rated transitions.