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If your clothes are taking too long to dry or they are partially dryed after a long period in your dryer, your dryer vent may be plugged. If your venting hose is clogged with lint or any debris it will greatly reduce the air flow going to your dryer and therefore reduce the rate at which your clothes dry in your dryer. Sometimes it can be your dryer itself that is the problem. It could be the thermostat has gone bad, a fuse, a coil or any component of the heating element may be causing your dryer to not dry your clothes.

Replacing your dryer can be very expensive compared to hiring somebody to clean your dryer vent. Before kicking your dryer to the curb and going through the expense of purchasing an entirely new dryer, give us a call and have your dryer vent cleaned. Often times, a clogged dryer vent is the problem. If you have never had your dryer vent cleaned you may be well over due.


Often times we have clients that have dryer vents that look like this:

clogged dryer vent on house roof dryer vent on home that is clogged with lint dryer vent image that is clogged
dryer vent on roof top with lint falling out
side view of a dryer vent with lint falling out
round opening for a dryer vent on roof top of home
dryer lint on top of a dryer dryer lint on a roof coming out of a roof vent dryer vent hose from dryer into wall




If you look at your dryer vent on the roof of your home or on the side of your house and it looks like one of these photos it’s a sure sign that your dryer vent is clogged. Schedule an appointment with us to have your dryer vent cleaned so your clothes will dry.