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Twin Cities Dryer Vent Cleaning

Post by Dean » Thu Aug 14, 2008 10:59 am

Dryer Vent Cleaning Minneapolis MN

If you start noticing it takes much longer or more cycles to dry your clothes, it is more than likely that your dryer vent is clogged with excessive lint? If so, you're probably also paying higher gas and electric bills than you used to. Most people think that the dryer itself is the problem, but it usually turns out that the venting pipe that exhausts the dryer to the outside of the house has become clogged with lint. Your clothe dryer needs a smooth unblocked air flow to remove the moisture in your wet clothes.

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Each year, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission estimated that there are 15,600 fires caused by dryer malfuction. The fire hazard, in many cases, is caused by the lint and paper that gets past the lint screen landing inside the dryer below the drum on the dryer floor. It is important to have a qualified dryer vent cleaning technician thoroughly clean your dryer vent at least once a year. Clean the lint debris behind the dryer and keep combustible materials away from the dryer as much as possible.

Because of the high incidence of dryer fires, never leave the house if the dryer is on and never go to bed with the dryer running either. We are all a nation of multitaskers and what better way to multitask than to put wet clothes into the dryer, run some errands and come home to a load of dry laundry. This is really taking chances and just not safe to do.

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When people hear the term Indoor Air Quality, they are often reminded of old buildings that make people sick. Your home air duct system functions as the respiratory system of your home. Dust, dirt, pollen, animal dander, and other airborne contaminants are pulled into your system every time the furnace or air conditioner operates. Over time, these contaminates build up inside your ductwork, making your system a breeding ground for mold spores, bacteria, fungus, mildew, and other microbes; which are then re-circulated through your home, impacting the health and comfort of your family. Those who suffer from allergies, asthma or respiratory ailments; especially children and the elderly; are vulnerable to the effects of indoor air pollution.

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