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Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I have my vent cleaned?

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), ALL DRYER
MANUFACTURERS, AND THE FEDERAL FIRE AGENCY, recommend residential dryer vents be
cleaned at least once per year. We believe that the following factors could mean more frequent cleanings
should take place:
 How often is your dryer used?
 Is your dryer over 10 years old?
 Is it full size or small stackable dryer?
 Is your vent over 5 feet long?
 Does your vent have several bends or elbow joints?

 Do you have a bird guard covering your exhaust exit?

What exactly is a dryer vent?

A dryer vent is actually the duct work and/or hosing that run from the dryer, through the wall(s), and to the vent hood located on the exterior of the home (usually on a side wall or on the roof).

My clothes take a long time to dry. Could my dryer vent be clogged?

Often times our customers think their dryer is broken and call a repairmen who determines that their vent is clogged and they in turn refer us.

How does the dryer vent function?

The dryer vent is a ventilation system that connects your dryer to the outside of the house. Your dryer blows hot air through your wet clothes to dry them and this hot air blows out of the house through the dryer vent, along with pieces of lint.

How often should I have my vent cleaned?

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), ALL DRYER
MANUFACTURERS, AND THE FEDERAL FIRE AGENCY, recommend residential dryer vents be
cleaned at least once per year.

We believe that the following factors could mean more frequent cleanings should take place:

  • How often is your dryer used?
  • Is your dryer over 10 years old?
  • Is it full size or small stackable dryer?
  • Is your vent over 5 feet long?
  • Does your vent have several bends or elbow joints?
  • Do you have a bird guard covering your exhaust exit?
If the lint trap is cleaned before each use of the dryer, does the vent still need to be cleaned?

Approximately 70% of the lint is caught in your dryer’s lint trap and the remainder is blown through the dryer and ventilation system. That remainder builds up over time in the duct work so yes, it does need to be cleaned.

Can I clean my dryer vent myself?

We do not recommend cleaning your dryer vent yourself, as simple as it looks and sounds it can become very complicated very quickly. DryerVentz uses high quality equipment that can clean your vents in a very thorough and efficient manner. We also perform before and after testing using air speed and temperature tools prior to certifying.

Will a clean dryer vent reduce my electric bill?

The dryer is one of the most costly household appliances to operate. Regularly cleaning the dryer vent will most likely save money on your power bill since your dryer won’t have to use as much energy.

How long does it take to have my vent cleaned?

Typically about one hour. The amount of time may vary due to length of vent, amount of build up and unexpected issues such as bird’s nests.

Does the DryerVentz™ technician come inside my home to clean my dryer vent?
If you are concerned about Covid 19 or other health issues, DryerVentz™ does have specialty tools that allow your dryer vent system to be cleaned from outside of the house. If you prefer our technician not come inside your home, please let us know in advance and we will clean your vent from the outside.
Why should I have DryerVentz™ clean my vent?

• Friendly, prompt and thorough technicians
• Owner operated
• Flexible hours to work around your busy schedule

DryerVentz™ Technicians Perform the Following In-Home Services

Inspect the Dryer Vent

Clean or Repair

Certify

Schedule Next Cleaning

*We Adhere to Manufacturer and US Fire Administration Maintenance Recommendations*