Indoor Allergy Relief Within 24 Hours!
* Warning Signs That Your Dryer Vent May Need To Be Cleaned *
Your clothes take considerably longer to dry, your dryer gets very heated and causes harm to clothes, there is no audible sound coming from the exit to your dryer vent, during colder months of the year, and/or there is no visible steam coming from the exit of your dryer vent
Are your air duct vents dirty with lint and debris buildup? Every year there are tens of thousands of duct fires in the US caused by filthy air ducts.
Diamond’s dryer vent cleaning process removes clogs to ensure proper ventilation and airflow. The first step of our process includes a diagnostic inspection of the vent line, lint trap, joint connections, termination points, and hoses to accurately assess services needed.
Once our visual inspection is finished, we use a professional system of specialized tools to clean and aid in the removal of lint, debris, and other obstructions found in the dryer vent. In addition, we clean your lint screen, lint trap, and any booster fans present.
Our technicians ensure that the entire dryer vent line is clear—from entry to termination point—by removing all lint, dryer sheets, clothing, and rodent nests from the entire run. When needed we can even reroute the system and bring it up to code to prevent future clogs.
We also offer multi-unit and commercial dryer vent cleaning. We have the experience needed to provide excellent service to a wide range of businesses including apartment complexes, condominiums, salons and spas, hotels, medical offices, hospitals, and more.
Our professional dryer vent cleaning will help to protect your business from the hazard of dryer fires and increase the efficiency of your units, saving you time and money.
Enjoy Clean Air In Your Home!
1. Inspect Dryer Vent System
2. Remove Dryer and Vent Hose Connection
3. Clean Dryer vent with Flexible and Extendable rod with rotating Brush head removing all clogged Dryer lint, Bird nest, etc… from Dryer vent line.
4. Replace Hose connection to Dryer and wall.
5. Test Dryer Vent Air Flow.