We Specialize in Commercial and Residential Dryer Vent Cleaning.
We have been doing Commercial and Residential Dryer Vent Cleaning & Indoor Air Quality Control (IAQ) since 1999.
We use only state of the art tools specially designed for dryer exhaust cleaning and dryer service.
Locally owned and operated. We are fully insured. Serving all of the Treasure Coast.
Dryer Vent Specialist guarantee's satisfaction and peace of mind.
Our cleaning procedure Includes:
■ We will locate your dryer's exterior exhaust vent and assess the initial air flow.
■ We remove any debris that typically clogs the Dryers Vent and bring the vent flap back to it's original operating condition.
■ Our technician sets up a lint bag to collect the debris removed while cleaning, We make a minimum of three full passes with our state of the art tools especially designed for dryer vent cleaning.
■ We will shorten or replace your defective transition hose and thoroughly clean your dryer's transition hose.
■ We clean below your dryers lint trap where blockage can occur, We do a puddle test on your lint screen.
After we have cleaned your vent, we will reassess the air flow to make sure your venting properly.
■ Our technicians will not leave your house a mess in any way.
"Service you will swear by and not at"
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Your Unsurpassed Choice For Dryer Vent Cleanings
Don't risk a fire or higher energy bills, call the experts at Dryer vent Specialist for our quick and affordable Dryer Vent Cleaning service.
Your dryer vent is one of those forgotten vents in your home that either runs to the roof or outside the side of an outer wall. What you may not realize is the potential hazard it may create if you do not clean it annually.
The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that in 1998 clothes dryers were associated with 15,600 fires, resulting in 20 deaths and 370 injuries. Fires can occur when lint builds up in the dryer or in the exhaust duct. Lint can block the flow of air, cause excessive heat build-up, and result in a fire in some dryers. To help prevent fires, clean the dryer vent and exhaust duct periodically.
How do you know when to clean your dryer vents
■ Loads of clothing will take longer to dry;
■ clothing will be very hot and still damp when dryer finishes (heavy items especially , like towels); the dryer itself will feel hotter; there may be NO lint on the lint screen Lint built up around the door gasket (i.e., The exhaust system is clogged)
■ A lint-clogged dryer can often consume $20 worth of extra electricity every month trying to dry your clothes
■ Cuts into your to do time and money
■ We've got years of experience to help you determine how to tackle all of your dryer exhaust cleaning
■ This month only, we'll give you 20% off of all of your Parts needs when you mention this ad!
We use the state of the art Transition Hose Click on the Dryer Flex Logo Above to see
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