Dryer Vent Inspection Services
Dryer Vent Inspections
A certified dryer exhaust technician will evaluate your dryer vent by using top of the line equipment to measure air flow, back pressure, and visually inspecting every inch of your internal dryer vent for disconnects, excessive intrusions, and air restricting bends that exceeds code or dryer manufacture recommendations before and after cleaning.
Our technicians are properly educated to spot code violations, safety/health hazards, and opportunities to improve efficiency of dryer vent systems.
Having your dryer vent inspected on a regular basis is important for several reasons:
- First, it helps to ensure that your dryer is operating efficiently. A clogged dryer vent can increase drying time, which not only wastes energy but can also cause your clothes to wear out more quickly.
- Second, an inspector can identify any potential fire hazards and take steps to mitigate them. A dryer vent that isn’t properly cleaned and maintained is one of the leading causes of house fires.
- Finally, a dryer vent inspection can help to extend the life of your dryer. By keeping the vent clear of lint and other debris, you’ll allow air to flow freely, which will reduce wear and tear on the dryer itself.
For these reasons, it’s important to have your dryer vent inspected regularly by a professional.
Peace of Mind
By thoroughly inspecting every dryer vent in your home, we can provide you with the peace of mind that comes from knowing your home is safe from potential hazards.
- Washer Hoses
- Termination point
- Vent lines
- Joint connections
- Lint traps
Once our dryer vent inspection is complete, we will provide you with a written estimate of the services needed to keep your home safe. We will walk you through the recommended dryer vent cleaning and repair process, and answer any questions you may have.
We understand that dryer vent safety is important to you and your family, and we are dedicated to providing the best possible service.
Call us today to schedule your dryer vent inspection!
Warning Signs That You May Need Your Dryer Vent Inspected:
- Long clothes drying time
- Excessive lint
- Shutting off unexpectedly