We use a brush and vacuum system that removes all of the lint build-up that has accumulated over the years. The way it works is we have a soft rotating brush that we move through the ducting, dislodging any lint stuck to the walls of the ducts. A powerful vacuum sucks out all of the dislodged lint. When this is complete, it will allow exhaust from the the dryer to move swiftly and uninhibited. Depending on how gunked up your dryer ducting is, this can drastically decrease drying time, prevent parts in the dryer from burning out and having to be replaced, and will also circumvent the risk of fire. You can reach us at (949) 940-6920.
Importance of Routine Dryer Vent & Dryer Duct Cleaning
People don’t realize the importance of dryer vent and dryer duct cleaning. Dryer fires are a very real hazard.
Clogged or plugged up dryer ducts are some of the most common causes of fire today. Other than that, lint build up in dryer ducts greatly limits their performance leading to increased costs and energy usage.
To avoid all this, you need to constantly clean your dryer ducts. Prevention will always be better, and less costly than having to replace your dryer or even repair your home after a fire. You can reach us at (949) 940-6920.
Residential & Commercial Dryer Vent Cleaning
We offer residential and commercial dryer vent cleaning throughout Orange County. We provide our Dryer Vent Cleaning services to cities such as Irvine, Laguna Nigel, Laguna Beach, Huntington Beach, San Clemente, Orange, Tustin, Mission Viejo, Newport Beach, Newport Coast and more. To see a complete list of our service areas please click here or call us for a free estimate! You can reach us at (949) 940-6920.
When to Schedule Dryer Duct Cleaning
How to know when your dryer duct needs cleaning? Below are some signs that you should be on the lookout for:
*Dryer heating up quickly – If your dryer gets heated up quickly when it is running and if it takes longer to dry your clothes, if your clothes are still damp and heavy even after running the dryer for some time, this is a clear indication of a clogged dryer vent. There is a possibility that you have some lint clogging your dryer and this requires immediate attention.
*Increased energy consumption – If you realize that there is a spike in the amount of energy consumed by your dryer to dry the same quantity of clothes, this is another clear indication that your dryer has a clogging issue.
*General inefficiencies – In the event that you realize that there is reduced productivity as far as your dryer is concerned, it is time to check it out. If you do not have the skills to do the work yourself, it would be a perfect time to call in a professional.
Between Dryer Duct Cleanings
The first step in cleaning your duct dryer is checking the lint trap. Most clogging occurs in the lint trap. The lint trap is meant to collect all lint as it falls when the clothes are drying. Sometimes, the lint trap may miss some of it and this may collect in the dryer hose which connects to the wall. It may also collect in the duct in the wall which connects to the vent.
After you remove the lint trap, you should check inside the dryer to see if there is any lint clinging on the dryer walls. Whenever possible, you can use a vacuum cleaner to collect it. You can also run the cleaner in the dryer hose to collect the lint that might be hanging in there.
Even with all these steps, it might not always be possible to thoroughly clean your dryer vent. For this reason, from time to time, you will need to call in an expert. A1 Duct Cleaning provides dryer vent cleaning services. Call (949) 940-6920.
Dryer Vent Cleaning in:
We provide residential and commercial dryer vent cleaning services in cities such as Irvine, Laguna Nigel, Laguna Beach, Huntington Beach, San Clemente, Orange, Tustin, Mission Viejo, Newport Beach, Newport Coast and more. To see a complete list of our service areas please click here.