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Professional And Trustworthy Dryer Vent De-Linting Services

When your dryer vents are clogged with lint, you’re faced with an array of inconvenient, wasteful, and unsafe results.

First, that lint-clogged vent keeps your appliance from functioning as efficiently as it should. Simply put, a clogged vent will prevent your dryer from drying your laundry properly. If you’ve been noticing that one cycle doesn’t thoroughly dry your load of laundry, it could be that your dryer is beginning to run down — but it’s more likely that lint build-up is preventing your system from properly venting hot, moist air.

A poorly-functioning dryer is annoying, but when a lint-filled vent is the culprit, annoyance is the smallest concern. You’re wasting money and energy, running loads of laundry multiple times in order to sufficiently dry them. So, secondly, you’re also at risk of having the byproducts that aren’t venting — including poisonous carbon monoxide – return into your living space. Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, and deadly gas that you certainly do not want pouring back into your home.

Thirdly, a clogged dryer vent is also a serious fire hazard. Lint and debris can cause the dryer to overheat, and the heat that builds up as a result of a constricted vent can cause the flammable lint itself to catch fire. Either of these incidents could quickly lead to a dangerous home fire.

The best way to make sure that lint isn’t causing your dryer to be an ineffective, inefficient, and dangerous appliance, is to have Blue Sky Chimney Sweeps professionally and properly clean your vents on a regular basis.

How Do I Know When It’s Time To Have My Dryer Vent Cleaned?

It’s a good practice to have your dryer vents regularly cleaned (your best and safest bet is to have it done annually), so if it’s been a long while since you last scheduled a dryer vent de-linting, it’s probably time to make an appointment. Here are a few signs that you can keep an eye out for to help remind you about the need for dryer vent cleaning:

  • Your laundry isn’t drying. Damp laundry after a drying cycle of around 40 minutes can be an indication that your dryer vent is clogged.
  • You’re noticing a marked increase in heat in your laundry room (or the room that houses your dryer).
  • Excess debris and lint can be seen around the dryer vent termination outside, or in the lint trap or filter.
  • You’re smelling a mildew-like odor in your laundry after running it through the dryer.

If you’re noticing any of these issues, let us know. We can diagnose your dryer vent system and properly de-lint it.

With our Dryer Vent De-Linting Service, Blue Sky Chimney Sweeps can provide you with a cleaner, safer venting system, and the peace of mind that comes with it. Call us or click here to make an appointment!

 

Blue Sky Chimney Sweeps knows it’s important to have your dryer vents installed properly and we are proud to provide trained and qualified technicians to supply this dryer vent service.









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Blue Sky Chimney Sweeps cleaned and inspected our chimney and stove. They were on time, very professional and friendly. Very neat and did not leave any dirt or soot.
~ W.R., Laurens, SC