people spend a good deal of their time indoors. The air you
breathe has a major effect on you and your family's health.
Over time and with normal use, air ducts accumulate many contaminants
such as dust, dust mites, dirt, pet dander (if you have pets),
hair, fungi, bacteria, chemical residues, and construction
debris - such as drywall dust or wood particle dust - if you
should consider having ducts cleaned if you see ducts that
are infected with insects, vermin or rodents, mold growing
on the sheet metal of your duct or other components of your
heating or cooling system, or if you have excessive dust in
your house floating around, or perhaps family members are
experiencing unexplained symptoms or illnesses that you think
might be related to allergies, respiratory ailments or asthma.
We also offer full complete heating, cooling
and plumbing services!
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you cleaned your dryer vents lately....or ever??
Odds are that the last time you saw the inside of your clothes
dryer's exhaust was when you hooked up your dryer.
Should You Clean Your Dryer Vents?
Hazard - Lint build up can cause reduced airflow,
which in turn causes overheating. When this happens
the high temperature limit safety switch cycles on and
off. Most switches weren't designed to cycle on and
off continuously which can cause them to fail.
Performance - Proper airflow can decrease drying
time, thus decreasing operating costs. It helps the
dryer to operate efficiently, which can extend the life
of the dryer. An extra bonus is the clothes will dry
at lower temperatures and in less time. This prevents
less wear and tear on clothing, thus extending their
Needs This Service?
Everyone With A Dryer! Especially those homes
with dryers located on inside walls, or those located
on second floor laundry rooms. These centralized locations
cause dryers to be vented greater distances, up to or
over 50 feet. Resulting in lint buildup and other obstructions
which can seriously affect the performance of dryers.
Most of the dryer manufacturers recommend the yearly
delinting of dryer vents, for the dryer to work at it's
People living in older homes probably have a system
that was for an older dryer, thus when they replace
the dryer with a newer model the ducts may not be up
to the new dryer's specs.
Use Our System?
technician's will inspect your system for any damaged
or disconnected vents. We can also tell you if your
venting system is up to your dryer manufacturer's recommended
utility bills, and the longer life for your dryer and
clothing, it will almost pay for the service. Not to
mention the piece of mind you will have in knowing that
you have averted a potentially dangerous fire hazard
in your home.