Dryer Vent Cleaning Today is Toronto’s number one team when it comes to professional dryer vent installation, repair, rerouting, cleaning and inspection for commercial and residential properties. We are proud to be the premiere company in Toronto that specifically specializes in professional service!
It is common knowledge that you must clean the lint trap inside your dryer before every use, but most do not know that you need to have your dryer vent system cleaned as well.
Sadly, the majority of consumers do not know the advantages of professional dryer vent cleaning. Nor are they aware of the hazards of obstructed dryer vents. Leading appliance manufacturers recommend that business and homeowners have their dryer vents professionally cleaned and inspected on an annual basis. Our professional team works hard to remove clogs, lint, dirt and other debris from dryer vent systems to promote good airflow.
Everyone loves the scent and feel of freshly cleaned laundry, until it starts to smell like burnt wool. Do not allow a clogged dryer vent to make you worry about your wardrobe choices or any other concerns!
Your Dryer Vent Cleaning specialists for owners and managers of condominiums or multi-unit buildings in the Greater Toronto Area.
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Obstructed or clogged dryer vents are the number one source of house fires yearly. This is due to the fact that many consumers often ignore or are not familiar with the warning signs that their vents are indeed clogged. This oversight can lead to awful results, such as loss of property and death. The best way to prevent dryer fire is to hire local DRVC to service your dryer vent system.
Lint-build up in your dryer vents can lead to restricted airflow, which then results in overheating. This can cause the high temperature limit safety switch on your dryer unit to cycle on and off.
Most units were not designed in a way to continuously cycle on and off, thus causing them to fail. As stated above, lint accumulation restricts the airflow through the dryer vent system and as lint is extremely flammable this greatly increases the risk for fire.
Good airflow also decreases dryer time, which then in turn lowers the cost of operating your dyer and helps it to run more efficiently. This not only lowers your energy bills, but also increases the lifespan of your dryer unit.
According to the National Fire Protection Association, the municipal fire departments responded to an estimated 15,970 home fires involving clothes dryers or washing machines each year.
These fires resulted in annual losses estimated at 13 civilian deaths, 440 civilian injuries, and $238 million in direct property damage.
Who needs dryer service…basically everyone who owns a dryer! This is especially true for those whose dryers are located on the second floor on inside walls. These areas tend to have longer venting distance, as much as 50 feet or more!
This extended venting system results in excess lint accumulation or other such obstructions which can ultimately affect the dryer’s efficiency and performance. The majority of dryer manufactures state that servicing the dryer vents yearly will enable the dryer to form at maximum capacity.
The more you use your dryer, the more lint will build up in the dryer vents, thus resulting in slower dryer times and increasing the risk of household fire. Contact DRVC online or via telephone to schedule an affordable and professional dryer vent cleaning for your home or business!
DRVC possesses the skill and equipment necessary to refurbish, clean, repair or install your dryer system. Regardless if your unit is designated for commercial or residential use, your certified team of dryer technicians can service your dryer vent system!
Our technology utilizes one of the most powerful vacuum systems with a tactical rotating brush. This allows us to easily remove practically any type of blockage from lint build up to birds nest. As well, our team will thoroughly inspect your system in its entirety to ensure that there is no damage and that your system is up to code. Our service pays for itself between lower utility costs, longer dryer life and most of all, peace of mind that you and your household are safe from dryer fires!
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