Your Local Dryer Vent and Air Duct Cleaning Experts
Dryer Vent Cleaning
Let us help improve the efficiency and safety in your home!
Lint is one of the most flammable items in your home. With an estimated 16,000 U.S. home fires being contributed to dirty dryer vents, it is more important than ever to get your dryer vent inspected and serviced.
We offer the latest technology available to efficiently and effectively clean your dryer and vents. We determine which equipment best suits the job upon inspection. Here are some of the tools we use!
Anemometer- Typically before we start the cleaning process, we get a reading from our anemometer to get a gauge of the air flow (in mph). We also get a reading after the cleaning and compare the increased air flow.
High power blower- There are times when we will blow the lint while running our high speed brushes from the outside.
Flexible rods and brushes- We invest in strong yet flexible rods that will get us through the toughest of vents regardless of the number of elbows.
Blockage tool- For those vents that have bird nests or other blockages, we are able to break through the debris to return your vent to good-as-new.
Regardless of your dryer vent situation, we have the tools necessary! We typically pull the dryer out, use a high power blower, brush, vacuum, and/or dismantle the vent. Whatever it takes to get the vent clean!
Dryer Vent Inspection
- Includes inspection of the dryer, transition, vent and vent cover. Final estimate provided after inspection is completed.
Residential customers only.
Dryer Vent Cleaning
- Includes moving of dryer to connect necessary equipment, clean around and insider the dryer, cleaning of the dryer vent up to 20′ (each 90 degree elbow adds 5′ of distance).
Residential customers only
- All commercial dryer vent inspection and cleaning is custom quoted after a complete inspection of the property. Give us a call or email us for a quote today.
The vast majority of our customers fall into the above fee structure of $85 for the inspection and complete cleaning of dryer and vent. Additional variables include 2nd floor vents, vents that run over 20′ in length, roof and crawlspace access, transition and vent repairs/replacements.