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Dryer Vent

  Cleaning Dryer Vent The Right Way!

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Intensive Dryer Vent Cleaning
$95.95
Regularly $129.95
Snake the complete vents
Vacuum and dispose all lint.
 
Offer Expires: Dec 30, 2017
 
 
 
 
1 Floor Dryer Vent Clean
$179.25
Regularly $249.95
Roof Access Dryer Vent Cleaning
Free organice deodorizer
Offer Expires: Dec 30, 2017
 

South Florida Dryer Vent Cleaning

 

Forgetting to clean your dryer vent can lead to a number of problems: higher bills, since the machine has to work harder and for longer due to more air restrictions, longer drying time because the machine is restricted and higher risk of an accident such as a fire outbreak, electrical problems, or your dryer may even die. Getting your dryer cleaned routinely with not only save you money, but also increase the efficiency of your machine while reducing the risk of an accident happening at home.

 

Fire departments and Insurance companies recommend that dryer vents be inspected and cleaned regularly for safety!

 

Why is Routine Maintenance Important? In Fort Lauderdale, there is hot weather, humid conditions, and even a rainy season. All these make it even harder for clothes to dry outdoors. As such, taking good care of your clothes dryer will ensure it serves you for a longer period. Just like other machines: an air conditioners or any other heating and ventilation service, getting your dryer cleaned routinely will ensure it stays safe and runs effectively and cheaply. This applies to all HVAC services – they are very good at what they do, but need regular service in order to run economically, efficiently, and most importantly, safely. To do so, ensure you pick the right team for the job when it comes to cleaning your Fort Lauderdale dryer vent.

 

Why Choose our Dryer Vent Services?

 

Observe how your dryer is running. If it is making odd noises, taking longer to dry your clothes, or increasing your electricity bill, then it is time to give us a call so that we can schedule an appointment. One of our qualified team members will come and visit your home at your own convenient time. Customer satisfaction is our pride and joy. At Davie Dryer Vent, we offer residential and commercial services within Fort Lauderdale. We have a proven track record of excellence. Our team of qualified professionals, with decades of experience working on dryer vents, AC units, heat pumps, furnaces and other HVAC systems will be happy to help 24/7, even in emergencies.

 

Dryer Vent Resources To Stay Safe!

 

As you know from cleaning out your lint filter, dryers produce very large quantities of lint. Most people assume their lint traps catch all the lint, however, a significant amount of this lint is not caught by the lint trap and builds up inside the dryer-even on the heating element and in other places inside the dryer, causing it to overheat and possibly catch fire. As a rule, a fire starts from a spark in the machine. However, improper clothes dryer venting practices outside the dryer can play a key role in this process.Many fires can be prevented with proper dryer duct cleaning.

 

It is recommended that all North American style clothes dryers be cleaned on the inside by a qualified appliance technician. Government agencies recommends that this service be done every 2 to 3 years as needed to remove lint from the rotating drum. The lint will build in other areas also. It is also true that a loose wire could cause a spark inside the clothes dryer. The time frame for this service would depend on many factors. The main factor is the style of dryer ducting you have. If your dryer duct is not 4 inches round, the lint may not flow as well as it should.

 

A build-up of lint inside the Dryer can be the cause of a fire. Lint is a highly combustible material, which, interestingly enough, is one of the ingredients in a recipe for home-made fire starters. Poor dryer maintenance! “Dryers are an often overlooked source of great potential danger because the highly flammable lint can easily ignite due to the combination of blocked airways and heat. That potential is magnified wherever there is restricted airflow or improper ventilation.”

 

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