The dryer vent is duct work that runs from your laundry room to the exterior of your home. It is the route that hot air, moisture & lint use to escape your dryer.

A dryer vent system needs to be clear of debris to allow for adequate air flow. When air flow is restricted, the dryer has to work much longer and harder to adequately dry the laundry. It also must work at higher temperatures, which not only damages your clothes, increases your utility bills, and overworks your dryer – it can also easily lead to a house fire.

 Clogged or damaged dryer vents can increase energy costs by $18 to $24 a month!

HOW DO I KNOW IF MY DRYER VENT NEEDS TO BE CLEANED?

Does my dryer vent need to be cleaned
  • Clothes are taking more than one cycle to dry, particularly jeans & towels.
  • There is no lint visible on the lint screen.
  • If your dryer repeatedly stops during a cycle (this could be a sign of overheating because of blocked or damaged vents).
  • Clothes have a moldy smell after a dry cycle.
  • Clothes are very hot after a dry cycle.
  • There’s excess lint left on your clothing.
  • The top of your dyer is hot to the touch while running.
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Dryer Vent / Duct Length Cleaning Coupons

Unlimited Feet

Coupons Expiration: 10/31/2017

1st Floor Vent

$69

Dryers on the first Floor vent From the side of the house.

Regular Price $109

2nd Floor Vent

$99

Dryers on the second Floor Vent from the side of the house.

Regular Price $139

Roof Vent

$119

Vents from the roof.

Regular Price $169

Our Professional Dryer Vent Installation & Repair Services
Dryer Vent Installation Charlotte

Vent Installation

Our technicians are ready to install new dryer vents to replace these worn out, and substandard ducts.

We use new galvanized or aluminum warm air ducts that meets or exceeds new home construction building codes. We make sure that your dryer vent is properly vented to the exterior of your home in an efficient way, rather than terminating in a crawlspace, or attic.

Dryer Vent Rerouting

Vent Rerouting

The location of your dryer plays a key role in the efficiency and safety of venting your dryer lint.

Dryers should ideally be placed on an exterior wall. This keeps venting simple and efficient.
Multiple elbows and turns can reduce airflow and catch lint. Flammable plastic or aluminum foil transition ducts need to be replaced with rigid metal ducts to be up to code. To solve this problem we can reroute your vent, it will result is low to non cleaning and maintenance, lower energy bills and avoid fire hazards.

Booster Fan Installation

Booster Fan Installation

If your dryer vent is longer than 25 feet, a booster fan may help your system run more efficiently.

The airflow through your dryer vent cannot be maintained at the speed necessary to move lint for more than 25 feet. A professional booster fan installation provides proper airflow throughout the entire system. Proper airflow is essential for reducing lint build up and keeping your dryer working efficiently.

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Exhaust Cover

Often dryer vents become and ideal spot ideal for nesting. Exhaust covers prevent that.

The warmth released from the dryer exhaust helps incubate eggs, but bird nests clog these vents and prevent dryers from functioning properly. Additionally, having flammable nesting materials in such a heated and enclosed space is a fire hazard. To save energy prevent fires and keep out wildlife, a vent exhaust cover is needed.

Dryer Vent Repair

Dryer Vent Repair

If your dryer vent was poorly installed or your duct work is coming loose, we can help!

Our technicians have the experience and knowledge to reroute and repair your system for higher safety and efficiency levels. We also carry and install Dryer vent bird and rodent guards exhaust caps and mashes – so whatever you need to get your system in peak shape and keep it that way, you can count on us!

Animal rescue and removal

Animal rescue and removal

Birds, mice, and other pests and insects can enter your dryer vent and make a nest there.

This infestation typically compromises your dryer’s venting capability, and can eventually lead to a dryer failure or a fire. We are happy to rodent-proof your dryer duct.
We remove or rescue any rodents and nesting and install a mash or a cap to prevent them from coming back.

Cleaning dryer vents regularly has 3 big benefits:

Efficiency

Cleaning vents increases dryer efficiency, speeding up drying time and saving energy  (and thus money).

Maintenance

Clean vents result in dryers with longer lifespan.

Safety

In the U.S., thousands of fires are caused by dirty dryer vents every year. In addition, gas dryers may be at risk for carbon monoxide poisoning if there is vent blockage.

Dryer Vent Cleaning Charlotte

Our dryer vent cleaning Process

  • Depending on what type of dryer you have – stackable, side-by-side, gas or electric – and how your dryer is vented – through the wall, up through the roof, across the inside of the ceiling, etc. – the basic procedure is the same.
  • Our Chimney cleaning Charlotte technicians will come inside and unhook the connection piece that goes between the dryer and the vent. We’ll run the vent cleaning equipment from the dryer side out to the end of the vent. Chimney cleaning Charlotte Newest Rotobrush Cleaning System which is inserted into dryer vent, Specialized brushes spin and loosen and simultaneously vacuums all lint, dust and debris to the entire length of the vent.
  • Once the cleaning equipment has traveled the length of the vent, to thoroughly clean it, we will clean out the connection piece, reattach your dryer and recheck the vent while your dryer is operating.

Frequently asked questions

Q. How Often Should I Clean My Vent?

A. This depends on many factors: how much laundry you do, if you have pets that shed hair, if your dryer vent is long and/or has several turns in it, etc. As a general rule of thumb though,you should have the vent cleaned at least ones a year.

Q. How Long Does it Take to Clean The Dryer Vent?

A. In most cases residential dryer vent cleaning takes about one hour.

Q. Do You Install New Dryer Vents?

A. Yes. We use professional-grade metal venting for our dryer vent installation work.

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