Dryer Vent Cleaning

Poorly functioning appliances due to clogged dryer vents can pose a dangerous fire hazard. Dryer vent cleaning can lessen the risk of your dryer catching fire and causing a catastrophic home fire. Also, having your dryer’s vents cleaned can extend the life of your dryer and save you money.

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Dryer Vent Cleaning

Clothes dryer vent cleaning is easy, yet a project, that not enough homeowners do or do not do often enough. Dryer vent cleaning can often be done by the homeowner but the location of the ducts, length of the dryer vents and other conditions require a dryer vent cleaning technician. If your clothes dryer is located adjacent an exterior wall of your house, the dryer duct system might be short enough and you can access all of the ducts and clean it sufficiently with a vacuum and brush. In different scenarios hiring a professional is needed. Anyone familiar with a clothes dryer fully understands that a significant quantity of lint is generated over time and that the lint trap has to be cleaned. Depending on the fabric, the lint trap usually requires cleaning after every load of clothes. Cleaning the lint trap improves airflow in the dryer and lets it operate more efficiently. The lint trap does not catch all the lint.

Some lint escapes through the dryer vents which is vented outside of your house but a certain amount of lint will become stuck in the dryer duct system, particularly in a dryer duct with ridges and in corners in the duct work as it travels to the exterior vent. The greater the length of duct work the greater the chance of lint not making it to the exterior of your home as the airflow from the dryer decreases the further it has to travel.

A surprising number of house fires are caused every year by dryer hoses that become obstructed by lint. A significant number of home fires are related to clothes dryers with excessive lint build-up being suspected in many of these fires. Lint is highly flammable and if dryer ducts get restricted and cannot properly release hot air, the dryer heat build-up can occur and ignite the lint.

Dryer Vent Cleaning

To reduce the chance of fires, it is recommended that you clean the lint trap after every load of clothes. Clean the dryer vent and all ductwork regularly this includes disconnecting the dryer from the ductwork. Check the vent on the outside of your house while the dryer is operating to make sure exhaust air is escaping. If it is not, the vent or the duct system may be clogged. Lint can build up behind the dryer so you should clean it as well. Have a qualified service person clean the inside of the dryer chassis periodically to minimize the amount of lint accumulation. Keep the area near the dryer clean and free of household items. Replace accordion type hoses with rigid or corrugated semi-rigid metal ducts. Many manufacturers recommend rigid or corrugated semi-rigid metal ducting because they provide better airflow. Flexible plastic or foil ducting trap more lint and are prone to kinks or crushing, which reduces airflow. Be particularly careful when drying fabric which has been exposed to flammable chemicals such as gasoline, cooking oils, cleaning agents or wood finishing oils and stains. Consider washing items that have been exposed to these chemicals more than once to reduce the amount of the chemicals still on or in the laundry and, preferably, hang dry these clothes. Do not leave these items once dried in the dryer or in a pile.


You should consider having your dryer vent cleaning for home safety and saving money. We now know that clothes dryers could be a possible fire hazard. Fire in the home or business premises is something you don’t want. Your clothes dryer needs more maintenance. Dryer vent cleaning will remove dangerous lint build up in your dryer and dryer vents.

Excessive lint build-up occurs so slowly and gradually you don’t realize it is happening. It is not sufficient that you just clean out the lint filter after each use. A duct clean is important.

A blockage will narrow the free passage of exhaust air then your dryer has to work harder and longer to dry your clothes. Two problems will soon occur. One, by running your dryer for longer it consumes extra electricity. Two, because the dryer is working harder for longer periods, it will wear out faster than normal and will need to be repaired or replaced, costing you unnecessary additional expense.

Here’s how to spot if your dryer has clogged vents and ducts. Dangerous lint build-up is happening in your dryer and venting system if you see these warning signs.

  • – Clothes will take longer to dry or they don’t fully dry
  • – Clothes are hotter than normal
  • – Outside of the dryer feels hotter than normal
  • – The outside exhaust vent flapper will not open very much
  • – The laundry room is more humid than usual
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Vent Cleaning

You can save time and headache by hiring a professional dryer vent cleaning Denver service to do the dirty work for you. The benefits of this are your time, a professional job that is guaranteed and importantly, an inspection of the entire dryer vent line to make sure the tubing is intact, in good working condition and is exhausting hot air properly.

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