Category Archives: Dryer Vent Cleaning

Familiar Questions Involving Dryer Vent Cleanings

You may be wondering why getting your dryer vent cleaned is so important for its capabilities. Cleaning is something you should be keeping up with regularly to keep you from coming in contact with hazardous situations such as a fire with your dryer vent. Below is some information provided to inform you about the advantages…
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Risks Involved with Your Dryer Vent

You may not realize how easy it is for a fire to form from a simple clothes dryer, but when debris and lint accumulate over time it causes your exhaust to function in a less efficient way. There is also a risk for carbon monoxide intrusion if your duct is blocked by unwanted particles which…
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Clothes Dryer Fire Safety Information

The leading cause of home clothes dryer fires is failure to clean them. Help increase awareness about clothes dryer fires in your community with these messages and free materials. It is important for community residents to know the steps they can take to stay safe from fire. Put these fire safety messages into your own…
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How and Why Clothes Dryer Fires Occur

A clothes dryer works by pushing hot air through a spinning drum. Wet clothes placed in the drum are then dried by swirling hot air. Unbelievable as it may seem, a full load of wet clothes may contain as much as 1 ½ gallons of water. Lint, which consists primarily of small fibers from the…
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Clothes Dryer Fire Facts

In today’s households, the clothes dryer has become much more than a luxury appliance.  It has become practically a necessary convenience. The upsides are significant which is why they have become so common; however, the major downside is that household fires can occur if clothes they are not properly installed and maintained. More than 80%…
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Getting your Dryer Vents Cleaned to Lower your Summer Utility Bills

If you live anywhere in Central Florida, you know this summer has been HOT!  In fact, temperatures have been consistently in the mid to upper 90s for the past month! This extreme heat has been driving energy costs through the roof as residents are using more energy to try and cool their homes.  This spike…
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