Back from a long work trip, you find yourself staring into your teenagers blank gaze; patiently waiting for a reply. He finally speaks up, “Dryers have to be cleaned? What’s a lint trap?” You calmly show him the raccoon-shaped ball of lint that has formed in your dryer vent; explaining how dangerous it is. You start to pull out dryer lint, only to realize it has worked its way into the hose. Looking back at your son, he shrugs. Time to call someone.
While washers and dryers have come a long way in the last few decades, there’s still the problem of dryer lint. When not properly disposed of, dryer lint can build up in your vent and hose, causing loss of performance; or even worse, a fire. If your dryer hasn’t been drying clothes quite as well, it could be because of a dryer lint build up. We offer dryer vent cleaning to keep your dryer running safely and efficiently.