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Dryer Vent Cleaning in North Indianapolis

Dryer vent exhaust systems accumulate dust, lint, and other contaminants that can create serious fire hazards. Over 15,000 structures are damaged each year by dryer vent fires. Are you taking the necessary precautions to keep your home or facility safe and efficient? Steamatic of North Indianapolis‘s NADCA certified technicians use the latest technology and equipment to clean your dryer vent system. The benefits of exhaust system cleaning:

  • Helps prevent fires caused by lint/debris buildup
  • Improves system performance and saves energy
  • Extends the life of your equipment

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    Like many tasks around the home, dryer vent cleaning is important but not much fun. That often leads to busy families putting it off, which can lead to a lot of accumulated contaminants. The solution is to call our team right away. We can take care of everything quickly and safely, so you don’t have to worry about a thing. Contact us right away at Steamatic of North Indianapolis for professional dryer vent cleaning in Fishers, IN.

    Why Does the Dryer Vent Need Cleaning?

    Having a clothes dryer makes life much easier. If you want to keep your home spotless and your clothes beautiful, taking care of your dryer means cleaning the dryer vent. One thing you probably do every time you dry clothes is clean out the lint trap in your dryer. Clothes tend to leave behind small amounts of lint and dust, so dryer sheets and a clean lint trap do make a difference.

    Unfortunately, the lint trap doesn’t catch all of the lint from drying clothes. As the warm air from the dryer gets vented outside, it always carries a small amount of lint with it. After drying dozens or hundreds of loads of clothing, this lint can build up inside the dryer vent, creating a fuzzy, thick layer of dirt. Professional dryer vent cleaning removes all of this built-up debris inside a clogged dryer vent.

    How Often Should You Have Your Dryer Vent Cleaned?

    One of the most common questions we get from homeowners is how often to clean the dryer vent. The answer depends on how many loads of clothes you usually wash. Generally speaking, we recommend scheduling cleaning at least once a year. Many families have us clean out their dryer vent in late summer or early fall to make sure the home is safe during wintertime.

    Why Is Professional Dryer Vent Cleaning Important?

    Scheduling dryer vent cleanup every year is essential for keeping your family safe, keeping your house clean, and keeping your dryer running properly. The benefits of exhaust system cleaning:

    • Helps prevent fires caused by lint/debris buildup
    • Improves system performance and saves energy
    • Extends the life of your equipment

    Professionals can clean a clogged dryer vent with special tools. We can reach areas you wouldn’t be able to. You don’t want any debris getting trapped in the dryer duct; otherwise, lint will build up more quickly.

    Dryer Vent Safety Facts

    • The U.S. Fire Administration cites that there are 2900 home clothes dryer fires every year resulting in an estimated 5 deaths, 100 injuries, and $35 million in property loss. And the leading cause: failure to clean them.
    • Failure to clean (34 percent) was the leading factor contributing to the ignition of clothes dryer fires in residential buildings.
    • Lint screens don’t catch all the lint – up to 75% of that highly combustible material goes into the dryer vent.

    How Can You Tell That Your Dryer Vent Needs Cleaning?

    During a normal cycle, the dryer heats up dry air and circulates it in the drum. This air absorbs moisture from the clothes and gets vented outside. This process repeats itself over and over. However, if the dryer vent becomes blocked by lint, all of this moist, hot air has nowhere to go. A clogged dryer vent doesn’t work correctly.

    Warning Signs that Your Dryer Vent Needs to Be Cleaned

    • The dryer is producing heat, but the time it takes to dry clothes takes longer and longer.
    • After a cycle is complete the clothes are noticeably hotter than usual.
    • Your laundry room has a lot of moisture build-up or even a musty smell.

    If you notice any of these signs, call us right away. A blocked dryer vent is no laughing matter. Let us take care of it and keep your whole family safe and sound. In fact, we get a lot of calls from people who aren’t sure if there’s a problem or not. We’re always happy to check the vent and put your mind at ease.

    How Does Dryer Vent Cleaning Work?

    At Steamatic of North Indianapolis, we use the best procedures and equipment for dryer vent cleaning. Many other companies just use a fan to blow lint out of the pipe, but that makes a huge mess.

    Our team uses a high-powered vacuum outfitted with a precision air filter to capture all the dust, debris, dirt, dander, and fibers. First, we insert a flexible snake brush into the vent pipe, carefully loosening the lint buildup. Then we extract all contaminants into our vacuum system, removing them from the home.

    Call Us Today for Dryer Vent Cleaning in Fishers, IN

    Our team is trustworthy, professional, and experienced. We’re on call 24/7 to help families in Fishers, IN. Our NADCA certified technicians use the latest technology and equipment to clean your dryer vent system.

    To find out more about our dryer vent cleaning services or to schedule an appointment, contact us online or by phone at (317) 849-7500 today.

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