Dryer Vent Cleaning

Do You Need A Dryer Vent Cleaning?

  • Is your laundry taking more than one cycle to dry the clothes?
  • Does the dryer seem to be getting unusually hot while it’s running?
  • Is there excessive humidity around the dryer?
  • Have your clothes developed a musty or moldy smell?
  • On more sophisticated dryers, does the electronic read-out indicate an issue with the dryer vent or lint screen?
  • Has your dryer stopped working?
  • Here are some more signs that your dryer vent may need to be cleaned.

There are more than 16,800 fires from clothes washers and dryers each year.
Properly maintaining your dryer vent dramatically reduces the risk of that happening to you.

Watch this video showing the importance of keeping your clothes dryer venting system properly serviced.


Here are some of the benefits of a clean dryer vent system

Woman doing laundry

  • Reduces the risk of a costly and dangerous dryer fire
  • Prevents premature wear and tear on the dryer
  • Reduces the time you need to do laundry
  • Lowers energy costs

Our Procedure

Lint accumulation after Dryer Vent Cleaning

  • Spin a brush attached to flexible rods through venting system
  • Connector hose cleaned
  • Lint trap screen cleaned
  • Air pressure is blown through venting system to remove any residual lint
  • Dryer exhaust pressure tested with gauge after system brushed out

Many companies who clean dryer vents will simply use vacuums or air pressure.  This will only remove the loose accumulation in the dryer vent.  Vacuums or air pressure will never remove the caked-on lint that plugs up the dryer vent system.

Our dryer vent cleaning equipment is specifically designed for dryer vents.  The rods are flexible enough to make the multiple 90 degree bends that most dryer vent systems have. The brushes are able to SCRUB the dryer vent system clean from beginning to end.  Brushes are the only way to remove the caked-on lint that plugs up the dryer vent system.


What We Need In Order To Service Your Dryer Vent…

  • Access is required to the back of the dryer
  • Access is required to the dryer exhaust vent behind the dryer

Important Tips About Your Dryer

  • Clean the lint trap screen after every load.
  • Never leave the house or go to bed with the dryer running.
  • Do not use a knit stocking over the end of a gas dryer’s connector hose due to the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. Building code requires that ALL  dryer vent systems be vented to the outside of the house.
  • Have an appliance technician clean out the body of the dryer every year.
  • Here is more information to help keep you safe while doing your laundry

**Unfortunately we are not able to do stack washer/dryers.