Dallas Dryer Vent Cleaning

Dryer Vent Cleaning

Dryer Vent Cleaning

Damp lint collects inside clothes dryer vents, causing extended drying time and extra wear and tear to your appliance. Birds also find these warm, cozy vents and nest, blocking the entire flow of exhausting air. In worse cases, the dryer motor or heating element can overheat and cause a fire. Keeping these vents clean and lint free will improve the performance of your dryer.

15,000 Dryer Vent Related Fires Yearly*

If your dryer takes over 50 minutes per load you may be at risk of a dryer fire. At Hales Chimney we have your dryer lint solution. You Could Be Paying Double Dryer duct cleaning will substantially lower your power bill. Every 45 min. cycle can cost as much as $1. Can you afford to pay double? If your dryer is getting hot but still taking forever, it’s almost always your dryer vent. Call Hales Chimney of Frisco Texas now. A full load of wet clothes contains about a half gallon of water. Lint is created from the clothes as water is removed during the drying process. This lint will build up in crevices deep down inside the lint filter trap, and all along the dryer vent hose. At the end of the day, your dryer is the number 1 source of fire in the home.

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In 1999 the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (USCPC) developed a report called the “Report on Electric and Gas Clothes Dryers.” In that report they determined that of the 15,000 fires studied in one year, electric dryers were over 2.5 times more likely to be the cause of the fire than gas dryers. Fires originated most frequently from two places: dryer venting and the lint trap. What are the warning signs that dangerous lint build up is occurring in your dryer and venting system? Well, the symptoms may include:

  • Clothes take longer and longer to dry;
  • Clothes don’t fully dry;
  • Clothes are hotter than normal at the end of the drying cycle;
  • The outside of dryer gets very hot;
  • The outside exhaust vent flapper does not open very much indicating low exhaust velocity;
  • Laundry room becomes more humid than it is usually;
  • Burnt smell is evident in the laundry room.