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  •  Single-Flue and Multi-Flue Chimney Cap installation and repairs.
  •  Masonry and Prefab flue installation, and repairs.

 

The Signs that you need a Dryer Vent Service

  • Clothing does not dry completely after a normal drying cycle.
  • Drying time for clothing takes longer than 35 to 40 minutes in duration.
  • A musty odor is noticed in the clothing following the drying cycle.
  • Clothing seems unusually hot to the touch after a complete drying cycle.
  • The dryer vent hood flap does not properly open as it is designed to do during the operation of the dryer.
  • Debris is noticed within the outside dryer vent opening.
  • Excessive heat is noticed within the room in which the dryer is being operated.
  • Large amounts of lint accumulate in the lint trap for the dryer during operation.
  • A visible sign of lint and debris is noticed around the lint filter for the dryer.
  • Excessive odor is noticed from dryer sheets that are used during the drying cycle.

 

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When was the last time you had your dryer vent cleaned?

Is your laundry taking more than one cycle to dry the clothes? Does the dryer seem to be getting unusually hot while running? Is there excessive humidity around the Dryer?


Lint and debris can build up in your clothes dryer duct causing your
dryer to exhaust at less than optimum efficiency. This creates
potentially hazardous conditions including carbon monoxide intrusion and
the possibility for fires. If a gas clothes dryer is improperly vented
or the exhaust duct itself is blocked by lint or debris, carbon monoxide
can be forced back into your living space.
Our
technicians inspects, cleans and verifies that the venting system is
sized and installed correctly. For example, plastic transition ducts
(joining the dryer to the wall) should be replaced with metal ducts
because it is non-flammable, unlike plastic. Annual dryer exhaust vent
inspections (also known as dryer exhaust duct inspections) are more
necessary due to the complex construction of today’s homes. Dryers in
newer homes are typically located away from outside walls in bathrooms,
kitchens and in hall closets which is convenient, but potentially
dangerous from a safety standpoint. These locations mean longer venting
distances often installed with more bends. As a result, dryer ducts are
harder to access and this additional length creates more surface area
where lint can collect and animals and birds can hide.

 

Did You Know…7 Facts About Clothes Dryer Exhaust Safety

1.
According to manufacturer’s specifications and local codes, dryer ducts
must be a minimum 4” in diameter and at least as large as the dryer
outlet.
2. Unless otherwise
specified by your dryer’s manufacturer or local code, the developed
length of your dryer’s exhaust duct should not exceed 25 feet. (When
determining developed length, each 90º turn adds 5 feet to the actual
length.)
3. Dryer vents shall be independent of all other systems and terminate outdoors, not into a chimney, crawl space or attic.
4.
Your outside dryer exhaust vent’s termination hood should be equipped
with a back draft damper to ensure that the exhaust doesn’t come back in
your home.
5. Metal transition ducts should be used between the dryer and the exhaust duct.
6. Flexible transition ducts should never be used in an attic, a crawl space, or inside a wall