Dryer Vent Cleaning
Commercial & Residential

Exceptional Quality, Excellent Results

A simple thing as a clothes dryer can be the underlying cause behind extensive property damages. Clothes dryers can often cause fires, and they can prove to be fatal as well. Perhaps a more shocking fact is that this extensive damage can be prevented by something as simple as the problem itself: regular cleaning and maintenance. At Green Restoration, we make sure that your system isn’t clogged and will help you maintain smooth and effortless operation.

Why Does The Dryer Vent Need Cleaning?

Dryer vents can accumulate lint and other debris as they work, causing them to become jammed. This jamming can eventually lead to fires. Dryer vents causing fires is only one side of the coin. Not cleaning the vent can also lead to carbon monoxide accumulation, which can lead to monoxide poisoning.

The lint trap in dryers only catches around 25% of the lint, and the rest of it finds its way into the vent system. As the lint builds up in there, the airflow starts to get restricted, and the dryer has to work harder and harder to get the expected results. This results in excessive heat production and can also inflate your electricity bills.

Inappropriate Duct Configuration

Hiring a professional service to manage dryer vent cleaning is the best option. This is particularly true because your dryer vents can also become clogged due to inappropriate ducting. If the ducting has an excessive amount of bends than are normally suggested, they can become a reason for clogging as lint gets deposited at those bends and can restrict airflow.

When to Seek Cleaning Service?

  • Laundry is taking an unusually long time to dry.

  • Clothes are much hotter than usual at the end of a drying cycle.

  • Clothes are still damp at the end of a drying cycle.

  • The outdoor wall vent is not opening completely even when the dryer is in operation.

  • The dryer sound is not like usual and is loud.

  • The outside unit of the dryer is very hot.

  • The dryer is automatically tripping and shutting off even before the cycle is complete. This means that the dryer has some sort of safety check in it that prevents the dryer from functioning if the temperature is too high or if the current crosses a particular threshold.

How Often Should A Dryer Vent be Cleaned Out?

We, at Green Restoration, suggest that a dryer vent be inspected every 4 to 12 months. If the checking isn’t possible every quarter of a year or so, it is imperative that a clean up be arranged at least once a year to prevent any misadventure. Green Restoration always values your safety above anything else. We use advanced equipment and tools that allow the system to be cleaned inside out without difficulty. You can easily arrange for a free quote by calling (833) 800-0474 or requesting a call.

Benefits of Timely Dryer Vent Cleaning

  • Reduced drying times

  • No damp or red-hot clothes at the end of a drying cycle

  • Reduced fire risk

  • Lower energy usage

  • Extended dryer lifespan, as the dryer doesn’t have to work as hard.

  • Compliance with required building insurance requirements

Green Restoration is just a call away if you need to schedule a professional dryer vent cleaning for any of these purposes. Save your costs, time, and property by getting timely help.

Why Choose Us?

Most parts of the dryer are user-serviceable, including the lint trap. But, the fact that the lint trap only catches around 25% of the lint creates a fire hazard. The vent system is not user-serviceable and needs professional handling for cleaning and reinstallation.
Our dedicated professionals analyze everything, including the dryer, the connected pipes, and vents, to make sure everything is in its optimum condition in under an hour.
At Green Restoration, we can also arrange for periodic cleaning plans for you so you can sleep without worry as your dryer vent will always be in its optimal condition.

Call us now at (833) 800-0474 or request a call to get a free quote!


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