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Professional Dryer Vent Cleaning in the entire Chicagoland area

Dryer vent cleaning is actually an important part of home maintenance. Failure to clean your dryer vent can lead to some serious safety hazards such as mold growth, fires, and carbon monoxide poisoning. If you’re in Aurora, Montgomery, Oswego, Sugar Grove, Yorkville, North Aurora, Batavia, and Plainfield, IL, Brian and Sons provides professional dryer vent cleaning services you can count on to keep your dryer running safely and efficiently while also protecting the safety and health of your family members.

You’ll find that over time, debris and lint will inevitably accumulate in your dryer vent. As this happens, your dryer will have to work harder and it will work much less efficiently. Your dryer can be damaged and you might be dealing with higher utility costs on top of that. Also, one of the lead causes of fires in homes is caused by clogged dryer vents, the built up lint can easily catch on fire. With clogged dryer vents, this also makes it difficult to push out the carbon monoxide gas which dryers produce during the drying process. This gas is deadly and you should always have carbon monoxide detectors throughout your home to be safe.

Your Trusted Dryer Vent Cleaning Team

When you need dryer vent cleaning service done right, we have a thorough process to ensure your dryer vent is perfectly clean. We’ll initially assess the dryer vent and determine the amount of buildup you’re dealing with. Then we use specialized equipment to remove all the debris and lint, leaving you with a dryer vent that is ultra clean. With a camera system, we’re able to confirm everything is clean and clear. Make sure to give us a call at (630) 906-7302 for a free quote!

How Often Should You Clean the Dryer Vent?

Clean your dryer vent at least once every six months to reduce fire hazards. Dryer lint screens should be cleaned after every use to prevent buildup in the screen cavity.

If you have a dryer, plan to clean dryer vents regularly. Failing to do so could result in a buildup of lint in both the lint trap and the exhaust vent. Lint is highly flammable, so it’s important to remove it regularly to keep your fire risk low. Dryer duct cleaning is another important aspect of dryer maintenance.

How Often Should You Clean the Dryer Vent?

Clean your dryer vent at least once every six months to reduce fire hazards. Dryer lint screens should be cleaned after every use to prevent buildup in the screen cavity.