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Top Reasons You Need Your Dryer Vent Cleaned

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You have invested hard earned money in your dryer and you expect it to work.  And rightfully so!  Lets explore the dryer vent! But there is more going on behind the scenes of a dryer.  A dryer is only as good as its vent system.  Just like humans, the dryer vent must have airflow to […]

WHO DO I TRUST?

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Many times we hear “my neighbor says he can clean it” or “my husband got brush eater thing and he’s going to fix it”.  That just reinforces time and again that the world doesn’t understand the world of dryer vents…..please, please, read our other articles. Unfortunately, as many professions experience, there are opportunistic persons out […]

AC AIR DUCT CLEANERS……THE BIG DIFFERENCE

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An air conditioning duct is a square metal duct that circulates and supplies warmed and cooled air into your home.  These ducts and vents should only be cleaned by an AC professional as well.  Comparing these two duct/vent systems is apples to oranges.  Dryer vent systems handle a very high heat, should never be venting […]

MAJOR APPLIANCE DEALERS AND REPAIR PROFESSIONALS

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Our appliance repair and dealer partners are carefully chosen for their reputation and professionalism.  We treat their customers with the respect and expertise they expect from us and that you deserve.  This is why we have partnered with only the best.   They stand behind their service and products and know we do the same.  We […]

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Not only do we service home owners, renters and property owners.  We span to: Hair Salons, Doctor Offices, Pet Groomers, Pet Boarders, Hospitals, Laundromats, Maintenance Managers, Home Inspectors, Hotels, Schools, Housekeepers, Realtors, Daycares, Mechanic Shops, Car Washes, and many more.  Thousands of satisfied customers and 25 years in business affords us an impeccable reputation. We […]

Time To Clean Your Vents

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Once the weather turns cold and the heat kicks on, your home starts to get dry and static electricity arrives once again. This minor nuisance that causes siblings to shock each other for fun can actually be dangerous if it ignites lint that has built up in or around your dryer.

If your dryer exhaust hose tube is longer than 10′ this may be a bit more difficult. And if it is longer than 10′, did you know that your dryer may be working extra hard to dry your clothes? Worse yet is if you have a long tube that goes up into the attic (or the eaves) and then out the roof. The warm moist air from the dryer enters the cold attic, and condensation forms in the exhaust tube. Do you know where this little story is going? Well, at first your dryer can’t dry as quickly because the tube is blocked by water. Eventually it will fill with enough water to cause the exhaust tube to split and guess where all that water goes? Through your ceiling, that is where!

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Where Does the Moisture Go?

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Where Does the Water Go

A dryer vent system is a vehicle for exhausting lint and moisture from your laundry. One load of laundry can have up to one gallon of water. One 4 foot thread of fiber from your laundry can produce up to

The leading cause of home clothes dryer and washer fires is failure to clean them

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The leading cause of home clothes dryer and washer fires is failure to clean them.

Dryers and washing machines were involved in one out of every 22 home structure fires reported to U.S. fire departments in 2006-2010.
Facts and figures

In 2010, an estimated 16,800 reported U.S. non-confined or confined home structure fires involving clothes dryers or washing machines resulted in 51 civilian deaths, 380 civilian injuries and $236 million in direct property damage.
Clothes dryers accounted for 92% of the fires; washing machines 4%, and washer and dryer combinations accounted for 4%.
The leading cause of home clothes dryer and washer fires was failure to clean (32%), followed by unclassified mechanical failure or malfunction (22%). Eight percent were caused by some type of electrical failure or malfunction.

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