Folks In Tulsa Trust Dryer Vent Cleaning & Repairs To Our Certified Dryer Exhaust Technicians (CDET)
Did you know that thousands of house fires are started by clogged dryer vents each and every year? According to the U.S. Fire Administration, the number is just shy of 3,000, while the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) reports that dirty dryer vent-related fires sit around 4,300 a year. Either way, that’s too many. The resulting property loss is in the millions and around 100 people are injured every year.
But it doesn’t have to be this way…
Dryer vent cleaning is an often overlooked part of home and property maintenance, but here at C&C Chimney, we recognize the importance of regular dryer vent cleaning, and encourage all of our customers to have their vents inspected on a yearly basis. Most clothes dryer fires can be prevented by scheduling dryer vent cleanings with a professional, experienced, and Certified Dryer Exhaust Technician (CDET).
How Often Do You Need To Clean Your Dryer Vents?
The frequency of dryer vent cleanings will depend upon use. If you own a hotel or other business that does a great deal of laundry each and every day — or if you’re a mom or dad who feels like you’re running a hotel and doing a great deal of laundry each and every day — you may need to have your dryer vents cleaned annually. Others may be able to go longer between cleanings.
The best thing to do is to schedule an annual dryer vent inspection, so you know exactly when a cleaning is needed. You can also keep an eye out for these tell-tale warning signs:
- Longer dry times
- Hot clothes and a hot dryer
- Burning smells or other strange odors
- The vent hood fails to open when the dryer is in use
- Lint gathers around the dryer or around the end cap at the outside termination
What Can Happen With A Clogged Dryer Vent?
Dirty dryer vents are not only a safety hazard — they can also cause you to waste time and money by ineffectively drying your clothes. What are the costs of poor dryer maintenance?
- Increased utility costs due to restricted airflow
- Damage to expensive clothing
- Overheating that can result in a dryer fire
- Longer drying times in excess of 45 minutes
- Dangerous fumes in your home or commercial property
- Shortened clothes dryer service life
Why We Clean Dryer Vents
Why do we clean dryer vents?
- Protects your home or commercial property and its contents from fires, smoke, and pollutants
- Significantly reduces energy operating costs
- Helps your dryer run more efficiently and last longer
- Ensures your clothes dry faster
Here at C&C Chimney, we’re all about fire prevention and customer satisfaction. Offering dryer vent cleaning services allows us to boost the safety, performance, and longevity of your clothes dryer without emptying your wallet!
How much does a dryer vent cleaning cost?
Dryer vent cleaning prices can vary as a result of dryer vent location and length, but here at C&C Chimney, we’re proud to offer the most competitive pricing in the Tulsa area.
In Need Of Dryer Vent Repairs? We’ll Take Care Of It
Our Certified Dryer Exhaust Technicians (CDET) also specialize in dryer vent repairs, and can help when you have leaky exhaust systems, disconnected vents, problem vent covers or screens, or when you need to have plastic, PVC, or foil transition vents replaced with rigid flex vents. Whatever the issue, we’ll take care of it so you can enjoy a safer, more efficient dryer.
Call Or Request An Appointment Online Today
Ready to schedule your next dryer vent inspection, cleaning, or repair? Simply call C&C Chimney at 918-396-8296 or reach out to us right here on our online appointment request form. Whatever is easiest for you! Whether you’re in need of residential dryer vent cleaning and repair services or you need to schedule for your commercial property, retail store, restaurant, church, or apartment/housing complex, we’re here to help.