- Remove Duct from dryer
- Clean Dryer Vent duct from Interior/Exterior using Forced Air/Gorilla Blasting Ball
- Removing 99% of lint and debris
- Clean caps and areas
The laundry room is a hub of any multi-unit property. Tenants and guests depend on washers and dryers to keep things clean and running smoothly. You might wipe down machines and clean out lint traps but it takes more than that to keep machines in good condition. When you want the best results for your space, all it takes is one call to a Gorilla!
Why You Should Clean Your Dryer Vent
Professional Barrie dryer vent cleaning works to remove lint, buildup and debris from clothes dryers in around apartment blocks, condominiums, hotels, hospitals, schools and assisted living centres. Get the optimum performance out of your appliances, reduce drying times, keep utility costs down and reduce the risk of dryer fires.
Dryer buildup might not seem very threatening all on its own but dryer lint and debris have a ton of unseen consequences happening behind the scenes. Everyone knows that lint is a fire hazard but it can also have less obvious consequences on your health and property.
Damp, covered ducts are a perfect place for mold to thrive. A clogged exhaust vent circulates this contaminated air back into laundry rooms, causing a drop in indoor air quality. As debris sneaks passed lint filters, it becomes lodged in ducts, restricting air passages and preventing clothes from being dried. This means loads take longer to dry and add wear and tear to your system.
When kept in good condition, a clothes dryer can last for up to a decade but that requires regular maintenance. Routine dryer duct cleaning helps to get the full lifespan out of your machine, cutting costs and keeping things convenient.
The Key to Proper Air Duct Cleaning
Every department or hardware store offers up some sort of dryer vent cleaning kit. If air duct cleaning was this simple, everyone would do it! Instead of relying on basic tools for subpar results, our Gorillas put specialty tools and technique to good use!
A high-powered vacuum cleaner is used to suck up blockages from even the most difficult to reach areas. Instead of just working within visible areas, our experts remove hose attachments in order to get deeper into the machine itself. From here, sides are scrubbed in order to prevent build-up from accumulating all over again.
In an average home, your machines might see 1-2 loads of laundry per week while a multi-unit space may require 6 or 7 in a single day! That is a lot of laundry and linens. A clean environment helps to keep tenants and staff safe and healthy. When dealing with a high-traffic environment, our experts recommend twice annual service.