- 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
Clothes dryers are one of those everyday appliances that are often neglected during spring cleaning sessions. Taking these machines for granted might be easy but it can mean big trouble later on. High-traffic laundry facilities like those in apartments, condos, senior living centres, schools or hotels depend on functioning machines. Professional Calgary dryer vent cleaning services can keep your machines in good condition and your daily operations running smoothly.
The Consequences of Clogged Ducts
When a dryer stops working properly, it is difficult to ignore, but it is also difficult to diagnose. For some, the first response to a dryer that won’t dry is to buy a new one. This is both expensive and unnecessary. Calling in a Gorilla for your dryer duct cleaning can improve functionality and prolong the lifespan of appliances.
Blockages in vents don’t happen over night but buildup little by little over time. Sure, every dryer comes equipped with a mesh lint trap but these can’t catch everything. Bits of lint and debris stick to the sides of ducts and vents, layering over each other. The longer that these areas go without proper attention, the more these blockages restrict airflow. Improper circulation makes it impossible for clothes to dry properly. Poor drying results encourage repeat loads, and unnecessary wear and tear on your system. Damp environments are also a perfect place for mold to grow, dragging down air quality in laundry rooms themselves. With all of these factors at play, plus the fire hazard that comes along with lint, there is never a bad time to have your dirty ducts dealt with.
How Gorillas Get It Done
Every Gorilla is local to your area, so our experts swing into action in order to serve our communities. Instead of being limited by our reach, Gorillas have all the right tools to dig down into ducts, both vacuuming out solid blockages and scrubbing away any remaining materials. Before and after photos are used to show clients just how far their systems have come.