Dryer Vent Cleaning & Repair

Dryer and dryer vent cleaning, repair, rerouting, and replacement

 

A professional dryer vent cleaning can easily pay for itself in less than a year due to increased efficiency, reduced drying times, and reduced wear and tear on the dryer. Most importantly, it could prevent a house fire.

06/19/2019 Lora L ★★★★★
Windows of Hope Services went above and beyond to clean my clothes dryer vent. There were issues with the way my dryer was installed which they fixed prior to the cleaning. Their employees were very professional and efficient. I highly recommend them!

7 Signs you need
your dryer vent cleaned

  • Clothes take longer to dry than usual
  • Clothes smell musty
  • Clothes or dryer are unusually hot
  • Excessive lint in the dryer lint trap or filter
  • A noticeable amount of lint is found outside where the duct exits the house
  • Excessive heat in the laundry room while the dryer is running
  • It has been more than a year since the last cleaning

Our service includes:
  • Inspecting the dryer duct and vent
  • Cleaning the back of the dryer including air intake vents
  • Thoroughly cleaning the duct
  • Repair or replacement of the ductwork (optional for a fee)
 
We serve the entire metro, and can clean dryer ducts up to 48 ft long even if they are vented out of the roof.
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Facts about home clothes dryer fires

According to the NFPA report:
  • In 2010-2014, U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated average of 15,970 home structure fires involving clothes dryers or washing machines each year.
  • These fires caused annual averages of 13 civilian deaths, 444 civilian injuries, and $238 million in direct property damage.
  • The vast majority of fires (92%) involved clothes dryers.
According to U.S. Fire Administration:
  • Failure to clean the dryer is the leading cause of home clothes dryer fires. 
  • More home clothes dryer fires occur in the fall and winter months, peaking in January. 

Facts about home clothes dryer fires

If you have an outdated plastic or foil dryer duct, you have a fire hazard that needs to be remedied. They collect much more lint inside than rigid metal ducting and are much more flammable as well, which is why they are not code compliant. We can help, call today!