If your home’s dryer connects to a duct or vent that’s full of lint, it’ll use more energy to dry your clothes. You might also notice that your dryer overheats and laundry room feels humid. As a result, a burning smell might linger in your home in Port St. Lucie, Florida. Dryer vent cleaning can help you prevent these problems while also reducing your risk of fire and improving your indoor air quality.
Stronger Fire Prevention
Dirty dryer ducts are a common cause of house fires. Lint is extremely flammable, and a clogged vent can make it so hot that it bursts into flames. Dryer vent cleaning makes removing hot air easier and reduces your fire risk. You should get your home’s dryer vent cleaned by a professional at least once a year to prevent a dangerous situation and extend your dryer’s life.
More Energy Savings
Having your dryer vent cleaned is convenient and inexpensive. For most people, it’ll pay for itself through energy savings after just a few months. It also helps you get your laundry done faster and keeps excessive heat from damaging your clothing.
Better Indoor Air Quality
The moist lint in a clogged dryer vent might contain pests or biological growth that could impact your indoor air quality. It can cause allergy symptoms or your clothing to smell bad. If you have a gas-powered dryer, a clogged vent also increases your risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Miller’s Central Air, Inc. is a Trane Comfort Specialist with more than 20 years of heating, cooling and dryer vent cleaning experience. We can help you keep your dryer and the rest of your home in great shape. Call us anytime at 772-205-3324 for excellent service.
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