SOUTH JERSEY DRYER VENT CLEANING & REPAIR SERVICES COMPANY

RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL DRYER VENT CLEANERS

NJ DRYER VENT CLEANINGS

SERVING ATLANTIC, BURLINGTON, CAMDEN, CAPE MAY & GLOUCESTER NJ COUNTIES
Dryer Vent Cleaning is a simple solution to many problems. Restricted airflow causes lint build-up and excessive heat can ignite materials in the dryer vent, resulting in a dryer fire. Due to this, the National Fire Protection Association recommends having your dryer vent cleaned annually. Most homeowners fail to include dryer vent cleaning on their list of yearly maintenance service calls. In 2005, the NFPA estimated that over 14,500 residential fires were caused by clothes dryer vents, causing over 440 injuries, including 14 deaths and over $207 million dollars in property damage. Here are situations when you know it is time to have your dryer vent professsionally cleaned: *It has been OVER a year or more since the last time it was cleaned *Your vent hood flap does not open during a dryer’s operation *You have drying times that surpass 40-45 minutes *Your clothes are abnormally hot to the touch after drying
When should you have your dryer vent cleaned? Benefits of having your dryer vent cleaned! There are many benefits to having your dryer vent cleaned! The reasons for having it cleaned regularly are as follows: *To improve the energy efficiency (which saves you money!) *To avoid costly repairs to your dryer *To avoid a potential fire hazard caused by lint build-up *To improve your dryer’s drying times
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U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Clothes Dryer Recommendations
  • Clean the lint filter regularly, before and after each load.
  • Check the dryer regularly for proper operation.
  • While dryer is operating, check outside exhaust to make sure exhaust air is escaping normally.
  • Check exhaust ducts for knicks or any signs of crushing.
  • Use sheet metal vent pipes.
  • The exhaust pipe should be as short as possible and have limited number of bends to facilitate airflow.
  • Place dryer near an outside wall using pop rivets, not screws to connect metal vent pipe pieces.
  • Clean the lint out of the exhaust pipe once a year.
  • Ducts should be no longer then 25 feet.
  • Assure the rodent and bird screen protection is intact.
  • Dry only full loads of laundry
  • Use the cool down cycle.
  • Don’t leave the house with the dryer on.

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