Just like your air ducts, you can’t see inside your dryer vent! Using our video inspection camera, we can show you all the dirt and lint that stays inside your vents even after you’ve cleared the lint trap. Over time, lint will build up in the dryer, transition duct, and exhaust duct, reducing airflow and increasing the risk of fires. When excess humidity, is trapped by the build-up, mold and bacteria will follow. Fortunately, AirOne Heating and Air Conditioning can get rid of this dirt and clear what’s obstructing your dryer ducts.
A lot of homeowners miss the warning signs of a clogged dryer vent. So, even if you don’t use our services, we want to make sure you keep an eye out for:
According to data from the Consumer Product Safety Commission, dryer issues result in 20 deaths, 370 injuries, and over $75 million in property damage each year. The main cause of all this destruction? Lint. But those disaster costs are just one reason smart homeowners clean their dryer ducts. Others include:
Fire Prevention: This is the main cause of the costs discussed earlier. Dryer lint is one of the most flammable items in your home. With estimates of 15,500 US home fires being attributed to dirty dryer vents--making it the second-most common cause--it is more important than ever to get your dryer vent regularly cleaned.
Time Savings: As your dryer vent fills with lint and dust, drying time will increase. While you might not notice the extra one or two minutes at first, eventually you’ll have to run every load through an extra cycle. This means more work for you. Hiring someone to clean your dryer vents gets you that time back.
More Money In Your Wallet: If your clogged dryer vent means drying everything twice,, you’re throwing money out the wind. So, while you’ll have to pay a dryer vent cleaning company, the savings will more than recoup the cost.
For the optimal balance of cost and safety, experts advise getting your drains cleaned once or twice a year.
As a homeowner, there are things you can do to help prevent lint build-up and stretch out the time between our visits. Though you might be thinking of those DIY dryer cleaning kits, that’s not what we’re talking about. We’ve seen what those can do and are NOT impressed. Also, finding a brush that fits your model of dryer can be difficult. Instead, we suggest:
AirOne Heating and Air Conditioning’s dryer cleaning experts aren’t afraid to get dirty to ensure your dryer vent is clean and your family safe. Reach out to us at (512) 392-0022 for pricing and other information.
AirOne Heating and Air Conditioning is an HVAC company serving the Kyle and San Marcos areas. In addition to dryer vent cleaning, we also offer ac repair and replacement services.