Cleaning your lint trap is second nature after doing each load of laundry, but cleaning your dryer vent is commonly forgotten. Not maintaining your dryer vent can decrease the efficiency of your dryer and decrease the life of your equipment as well. In most cases this can overtime cost you more money in repairs or even replacement. Proper upkeep every 6 months will help save you money and could even prevent a fire damage in your home.
What is a dryer vent?
What is the purpose of a dryer vent?
What are the signs that I may need my dryer vents cleaned?
How often should I have my dyer vent cleaned?
What are the hazards of not having my dryer vents cleaned?
Will I save money on my electric or gas bill by having my dryer vent cleaned on a regular basis?