Dryer Vent Services

A poorly maintained dryer vent can lead to a range of issues, from reduced efficiency to fire hazards. At United Home Services, we offer a range of dryer vent services, including inspection, cleaning, and repair. Our team of experts is highly trained and experienced in all aspects of dryer vent care, and we use only the latest techniques and tools to ensure your dryer vent is operating at its best and keeping you and your home safe. With our services, you can enjoy improved dryer performance, reduced energy consumption, and peace of mind knowing your home is safe from potential hazards.

We Provide Dryer Vent Services Nationwide

All Dryer Vent Services Offered By UHS

Dyer Vent Inspection

Dryer Vent Inspection

Dryer vents can accumulate lint, debris, and other materials over time, which can lead to poor dryer performance and safety hazards such as fires. Our dryer vent inspection services are designed to identify any issues and recommend appropriate solutions to ensure that your dryer is working safely and efficiently.

Dryer Vent Cleaning

Dryer Vent Cleaning

Regular dryer vent cleaning is essential to prevent lint buildup and improve dryer performance. Our team of professionals uses specialized equipment to remove lint and debris from your dryer vent, ensuring that it is working efficiently and reducing the risk of fires.

Dryer Vent Repair

Dryer Vent Repair

If your dryer vent is damaged or not functioning properly, it can lead to poor dryer performance and safety hazards. Our dryer vent repair services are designed to address these issues and ensure that your dryer vent is working safely and efficiently.

Tips for Dryer Vent Maintenance

Your dryer vent is responsible for venting hot, moist air out of your home. A clogged or improperly installed dryer vent can lead to reduced efficiency, higher energy bills, and even fire hazards. Here are some tips to help you take care of your dryer vent:

Have your dryer vent inspected and cleaned annually by a professional technician
Clean the lint trap after every use
Use a rigid metal or semi-rigid metal duct for your dryer vent, as flexible ducts are more prone to clogs and kinks
Keep the area around your dryer clear of debris and combustible materials
Avoid running your dryer when you're not home or sleeping
If you notice any signs of reduced airflow or longer drying times, contact a professional for an inspection.
Increased Energy-Efficiency
Reduced Risk of Fire
Eliminate Allergens
Improved Air Quality
Faster Drying Times
Decreased Risk of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Maintain Dryer Lifespan
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Dyer Vent Inspection

Identifying and Assessing a Dryer Vent Clog

Dryer vents clog when enough lint accumulates in the system to cause a blockage. Dryer vent ducts can clog in a variety of ways depending on the nature of your duct system. For example, a long dryer vent run will clog quicker because the lint has too far to go. It clogs toward the end of the run first, where the airflow is slower.

Secondly, when there are bends or curves in the vent, lint will inevitably build up around them. If the transition hose is crushed from the back of the dryer that connects to the ductwork, you get less airflow, which can also clog your vent. On the outside of your home, there is a termination vent where lint commonly builds up and creates a clog.

If your dryer isn’t working as well as it should and you suspect you may have a clogged vent, our team of certified technicians would be happy to track down the clog and eliminate it to increase your dryer performance and energy-efficiency.

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Signs of a Dryer Vent Clog

A clog in your dryer vent is one of the most common causes of dryer malfunctions or weak performance. If your dryer is exhibiting any of the following symptoms, the vent is likely clogged and you could benefit from a dryer vent cleaning or repair visit:

• Longer dry time
• Visible vents are dusty
• Dryer runs hotter than normal
• Clothes are very hot
• Burning smell
• Considerable lint buildup
• Increased electricity bill
• Black marks on your clothing

Dryer Vent Cleaning

Dryer Vent Efficiency & Safety Concerns

When a dryer cannot exhaust air properly, you have to run the dryer longer to get your clothes dry. That costs you more to run your dryer and it means it takes you longer to finish your laundry. You need to have proper air flow out of your dryer, through the vent duct and through the outside vent cap to get maximum cost reduction and speed of drying. Clogged dryer vent runs also create more backed up heat in the dryer which is bad on parts, as well as hot clothes which can be damaging to them.

Dryer vents are not only a risk to your dryer and your wallet. When lint builds up in your dryer vent, it blocks the flow of air from the dryer to the outside exhaust vent. This can cause flammable clothes lint to blow back into the dryer cabinet. Dryer fires can happen if this lint is blown onto the heating element. By having your dryer vent cleared of any lint or debris, you lessen the likelihood of a dryer fire.

Dryer Vent Repair

Dryer Vent Repair

Like any other part of your home’s duct system, dryer vents are vulnerable to damage that can impede proper functioning and decrease efficiency. Leaks in the ducts, incorrect joint connections or improper vent materials can cause considerable issues with your dryer, including energy loss, mold infestations, carbon monoxide leaks and even house fires. The dryer vent and ductwork should always remain both clean and intact to avoid health and safety risks and ensure maximum performance.

At United Home Services, our team of certified technicians have the tools and expertise to properly clean and repair your dryer vents so they remain in optimal working condition. We have served thousands of satisfied customers across the country and helped them achieve better energy-efficiency, dryer performance and air quality in their homes. If your dryer is not ventilating as it should and you suspect you may need cleaning or repairs, give us a call and we can help you too!

Our Service Area

Though we may have started small, our persistent attention to our customer’s needs has enabled us to expand to 13 locations across six different states. However, we are just as committed to our mission and our customers as the day we started.

United Home Services is proud to serve homeowners in: