Dryer Vent Cleaning

Benefits of Dryer Vent Cleaning

  • Increased Drying Efficiency A clean dryer vent allows for better airflow, your clothes dry faster with less damage to the fabric and reduced wear and tear on your dryer. You save time and energy plus your clothes and dryer last longer too.
  • Reduce Fire Risks According to the National Fire Prevention Agency, the leading cause of laundry room fires is “failure to clean.” That’s why regular cleaning and inspections should be performed at least annually. Regular cleanings prevent the buildup of highly flammable lint. Cleaning the dryer’s lint trap helps, but up to 20% of the lint gets past the trap and builds up in the ductwork and inside the dryer becoming a fire waiting to happen. Protect your home and family with regular cleanings.
  • Cleaner Indoor Air Do your laundry room and even your clothes smell bad AFTER they are washed and dried? Lint buildup in your dryer vent system traps odors, allergens, microorganisms, gallons of water condensation and even potentially harmful VOCs inside the dryer and the walls of your home. Regular Dryer Vent Cleaning can remove lingering allergens and odors from your clothes and home

Safety Alert Venting

Early detection of lint buildup can prolong the life of your dryer and reduce the risk of a dangerous dryer fire. Since lint buildup varies based on the total length of your vent system including the number of turns, duct diameter, and other variables. Here are some of the common warning signs of lint buildup or blockage in your dryer duct.

Safety Alert Venting

Does it take a long time to dry your clothes? Do your clothes smell musty? Does your dryer not get hot? Chances are, your dryer vent is clogged. Most of us never think that their dryer vent needs to be cleaned, but the truth is that it is a very necessary task. 17,000+ fires a year are caused by clogged dryer vents alone. With our help, you don’t have to worry about that. We clean your ducts so that your dryer can breathe easily and minimize fire danger as well as reduce your utilities bill.

Our Equipment

We use a powerful state-of-the-art vacuum specifically designed for air duct and dryer vent cleaning in conjunction with spinning brush technology to clean your dryer vent system from the outside in. We safely remove dust, dirt, lint, birds’ nests, squirrels’ nests and other blockages from your dryer vent system using the right tools for each type of blockage.

Don’t all Dryer Vent Cleaning companies use the same equipment?

We learned long ago that commercially available chimney and dryer brushes aren’t very effective at removing baked-on lint. So, we’ve created our own custom, non-abrasive, spinning brush technology that safely and efficiently dislodges even the toughest lint buildup, right down to the finest particles. After our service, your ductwork is clean and smooth, so it takes longer for the lint buildup to reoccur.

Our spinning cable system is strong enough to handle the toughest jobs. Sure, it’s a lot more expensive than common dryer cleaning rod systems, but all too often we need its muscle to remove the threaded extension or button lock rods that have become disconnected or broken off inside our customer’s dryer duct during a previous failed cleaning attempt.

Many dryer vent cleaning companies blow the lint out of the ductwork using air whips and even leaf blowers. and they are proud of it with videos showing how much debris they can blow out. No seriously, do you want lint blown all over your yard and neighborhood, or even worse, into your home? That’s why The Duct Cleaning Pros disconnects your transition duct and we connect a powerful quad-power vacuum directly to the dryer duct inside your home. Our four large vacuum motors generate up to five times the suction and airflow volume of a typical commercial vacuum.

The vacuum uses High-Efficiency Particulate Air filters (HEPA) and bags trapping up to 99.97% of all dust, dirt, lint, and debris 0.3-micron size (or larger) that we’ve removed from your dryer ductwork for proper disposal. According to the CDC, that’s small enough to capture most viruses including SARS-CoV-2 the virus that causes COVID-19.