Dryer Vent Cleaning
“According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, more than 15,000 fires are sparked every year by clothes dryers.”
Pro Pressure Clean Tips to decrease debris:
- Limit the use of dryer sheets used when drying, instead use liquid fabric softener.
- Only operate dryers for intervals of 30 to 40 minutes per batch of laundry. This allows more air circulation within the dryer and less lint build up from occurring.
- When possible hang clothing such as heavy bedding, pillows and other large articles outside to line dry.
- Annual cleanings: Dryer vents should be cleaned at least once a year to operate efficiently and reduce the risk of fires.
Brian with Pro Pressure Clean says, “The dryer is designed to exhaust the heat and the moisture while it’s drying. If that heat and moisture cannot get out of the dryer, then the dryer just sits there and keeps working itself but it can’t accomplish the drying. that means the dryer works harder and heat builds up and that is what can lead to a dryer vent fire.”
Go with a Pro and call Pro Pressure Clean for your annual dryer vent cleaning!Contact Us