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Buncombe, Hendersonville, Haywood,
Yancey, Madison, McDowell, Rutherford
Counties in Western NC
Since 2005

Dryer Vent Cleaning

Fire Prevention

If your dryer isn't performing up to par, the culprit is often a congested or obstructed dryer vent line. Accumulated lint, debris, and typical blockage issues not only hinder your dryer's effectiveness but also pose a significant risk of fire.

Our services for cleaning dryer vents effectively eliminate fire hazards associated with clogged vent lines. Beyond this, they yield a host of advantages tied to your dryer's operation. Benefit include shortened drying cycles, enhanced energy efficiency, and dryer clothes.

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How often should I clean my dryer vent? How often a dryer vent needs to be cleaned varies. While appliance manufacturers recomment every year, it is more common to inspect every 1-3 years. Some factors to consider:
  • The age of your dryer: if it is more than 10 years old it may need to be cleaned more often.
  • A vent that has several bends or elbows will collect more lint than a straight run.
  • A full size dryer has better flow than a compact or stackable dryer.
  • If you are using the dryer frequently, it will need to be cleaned more often.
  • Dryer vents that are 5 feet or fewer in length will not need to be cleaned as often as a dryer vent that has a length of 15 feet or more. The longer the vent, the more it will build up with lint.

Do I really need to clean my dryer vent? Yes, dryer vent fires are one of the leading causes of home fires in the United States. An average of 15,000 dryer fires are reported annually causing more than $110 million in damages. ALL dryer vents need to be cleaned at some point. Safety first!

How do I know if I need my dryer vent cleaned?
  • A dryer that takes more than one cycle to dry your clothes.
  • If your clothes are hot after one cycle of drying.
  • Dryer is hot to the touch while it is on.
  • Lint accumulation around and behind the dryer.
  • Your laundry room is humid or warm while using your dryer.
  • Musty smelling clothes in the dryer.
  • Increasing amount of time to dry a load of clothes.