How often do you use your dryer?
If you're like most Americans and residents of Frisco, Plano, Mckinney, and other cities within the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, you use your dryer at least once a week. Imagine life without your dryer. Without a fully functional dryer, your laundry routine, your health, and your safety are at risk.
One of the most neglected general maintenance tasks in any home, dirty dryer vents can lead to all sorts of problems. Among other things, mold can build up in the vent & ruin the fresh smell you were hoping for.
As your dryer does its job, it also collects lint, dust, and other debris. However, approximately 25% of what is not collected by your lint trap accumulates within the dryer vent over time which ultimately leads to a clog.
As your dryer vent becomes more congested and clogged, your dryer has to work harder to fulfill its maximum efficiency. That debris within your dryer vent can release back into the air you breathe indoors, however, it is also a safety hazard.
In between loads of laundry you are to clean the lint trap. However, consistent removal doesn't eliminate all of the debris. A dirty dryer vent won’t just affect your laundry routine; it can actually negatively impact your safety.
A clogged or congested dryer vent can easily start a housefire, but a Fresh Air Matters dryer vent cleaning service can help you maintain your dryer's maximum efficiency, improve your overall health, and avoid disaster while making the process of doing laundry easy.
To Schedule Your Dryer Vent Cleaning Service?
If you answer YES to any of the following questions, and you live in Dallas, Frisco, Plano, Mckinney, or any other city within the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, do not hesitate to contact Fresh Air Matters and schedule your dryer vent cleaning.
Is your dryer taking multiple cycles to dry?
Does your dryer get hot when you turn it on?
Do you feel moisture coming from your dryer?
Is your dryer not heating up at all?
Do you see a lot of lint inside your lint trap?
Do you see a lot of lint on the floor and in the back of your dryer?
Do you see a lot of lint on your outside exit vent?
Is there any air coming out of your outside exit vent?