Salem, OR Dryer Vent Cleaning

Our mission is to provide high quality service to the members of our community located in the Salem, OR area. As you use your dryer, lint and debris become caught inside your dryer’s vent line. The resulting clog not only prevents your dryer from working efficiently; it is also a severe fire hazard. Our dryer vent cleaning service includes a visual inspection of all the components of your dryer ventilation system including the lint trap, vent shaft, and termination point. After reviewing the results of the inspection with you, our skilled technicians will begin the cleaning process. All lint, debris, and clogs will be removed from your dryer vents with specialized tools, restoring unrestricted airflow.

Dryer Vent Cleaning Benefits

Dryer vent cleaning doesn’t just improve the appearance of your dryer; it is a crucial element in maintaining an efficient and effective dryer. The benefits of professional dryer vent cleaning include:

  • Reduces Fire Hazards
  • Extends Dryer Life
  • Saves Money
  • Saves Time
  • Decreases Energy Consumption
  • Eliminates Mold Issues
  • Prevents Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
  • Increases Clothing Life

Salem, OR Dryer Vent Installation & Repair

Our friendly technicians not only clean vents and remove clogs, but they are also trained and experienced in all facets of dryer vent installation and repair. Our services include new installations, rerouting, and repairing of dryer vent components, as well as installing booster fans to assist with inhibiting the buildup of lint. Safety is of the utmost importance, so we only use rigid steel vents and other efficient and effective materials that meet or exceed local, state, and federal requirements.

We are your trusted source for Salem, OR dryer vent cleaning, installation, and repairs. Don’t wait, call us today at (541) 971-4433 to schedule an appointment if you notice any of the following warning signs of a dryer vent clog: excess lint behind dryer, longer than usual drying times, absence of lint on the lint screen, dryer shutting off due to overheating, excess lint on clothing, moldy odor, or extremely hot dryer and clothing.