Dryer Duct Cleaner
Does any of these items interest you?
- Premium indoor air quality
- Prevent house fires and inhaling carbon monoxide
- Prevent indoor dust
- Your clothes will dry more efficiently
- Your dryer will last longer
- Save energy and reduce your electric bill
If so, then you need to clean you Dryer duct (also known as a dryer vent) on a regular basis. Dryer exhaust vents should be inspected and cleaned at least once a year depending on the size of the household and dryer usage. Some experts say that you should have it inspected or cleaned more frequently if you use your dryer more than the average household. Experts say the average household does 5 full loads of laundry a week.
One cause of fires in the United States are Dryers. If the vent gets clogged, the heat from your dryer can ignite the debris which can cause a cataclysmic and killer house or commercial fire. Carbon monoxide is vented through your dryer's vent. The most common symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning are headache, dizziness, weakness, upset stomach, vomiting, chest pain, and confusion. These symptoms are often described as “flu-like.” If you breathe in a lot of CO it can make you pass out or kill you. The fumes that a gas dryer emits are dangerous. Imagine if your vent was semi or completely clogged and those harmful fumes backed up into your home. This is just another reason to have your Dryer vent checked and cleaned.
When your dryer vent is clogged, it can cost you a ton of money by using lots more energy than necessary and your clothes don’t dry effectively. Dryer vent cleaning is necessary because the lint trap in your dryer does not capture all the lint produced when drying your clothes. The cost of cleaning your Dryer vent can be upwards to $250 but at All Temp Solutions we only charge $150 no matter the task. This service is free when you get the maintenance plan to ensure that your air conditioning unit runs efficiently.