North Port Dryer Vent Cleaning
Remove the Lint & Remove the Fire Hazard—Call Today!
Your dryer vent might be one of the largest fire hazards in your entire home, and there’s a good chance you simply never even think about it. Even though dryers have lint screens designed to capture loose lint so that it can’t become a hazard, small threads and fibers can sneak through these filters, especially if they are not regularly cleaned. This lint can build up in your dryer vent, where high temperatures can cause spontaneous combustion amongst the extremely dry and ultra-flammable lint inside. This combustion can cause a serious fire that could jeopardize your entire home.
At Florida Comfort Air Conditioning, we offer dryer vent cleaning services to help you keep this crucial air pathway clean and clear of immensely-flammable lint. Our service is always held to high standards because we take your safety seriously. Our technicians are friendly and we always do a thorough and complete job to ensure you’re completely satisfied and that your home is properly protected.
Book your dryer vent cleaning today! Call Florida Comfort Air Conditioning at (941) 764-0026 for an appointment to schedule yours.
What’s In My Dryer Vent?
Your dryer vent might be full of more than just lint. While stray material fibers are the majority of what comprise the lint you find in your duct, the duct could also be full of cobwebs, dust, and other debris that gets into the vent over time. While your vent is typically covered on the outside to prevent small animals like rodents from getting in, small spiders and other insects can slip thorough the cover over this vent to contribute to the debris inside. At Florida Comfort Air Conditioning, we remove all debris, including spider webs and more, to ensure a safe and clean dryer vent.
How Often Should I Have My Dryer Vent Cleaned?
The answer to this question simply depends on how often you use your dryer. For the average home with a typical family of four, you should probably have your vent cleaned roughly every two years. Your lint screen will do the majority of the work, but some fibers will sneak through to create the dangerous coating around the inside of your dryer vent.
For larger homes that do far more laundry or any commercial properties that utilize their laundry on a much larger scale, consider having your vent cleaned every year to roughly every six months. Laundry-specific facilities, such as those in hotels or laundromats, should consider a vent cleaning even more often than that—every four months or so. With the amount of lint the constant laundry cycles can generate, it doesn’t take long before the inside of your vent could build up to the point where it becomes a fire hazard again.
Book your cleaning with the team at Florida Comfort Air Conditioning by contacting us today!
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