If something is smells burning
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See alot of dust around the back of the dryer? its time for a cleaning
If the outside of your dryer is hot to the touch or it takes more than one cycle to dry a load of laundry your vent could be clogged
Overtime lint builds up in your dryer and dryer vent which reduces airflow and makes your dryer work harder than it needs to. This can also increase the risk to your dryer overheating causing dryer inefficiencies and in some cases, fires. By cleaning your dryer and dryer vent we can help ensure your home is both safe and energy efficient.
Dryer exhaust fires are quickly catching up to creosote (chimney) fires in frequency on a national level. In 1998, the most recent statistics available, the Consumer Product Safety Commission reports that over 15,600 dryer fires occurred killing 20 people, injuring 370 more and causing over $75.4 million in property damage.
Clean the dust as long as bacteria and viruses will let you breathe better and have a clean air.
The U.S. Fire Administration recommends that homeowners have their residential dryer vents cleaned at least once a year so that excessive debris does not build up within the ventilation pipes causing risks such as residential structural fires, gas leaks into the home and large energy usage for operating the dryer.