- 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
An on-site laundry room can be a major selling feature for any property. Being able to clean your clothes without lugging a hamper down to a laundromat is great but these machines can also help to keep businesses running. This is great but it only laundry rooms are only an asset if they are functional.
Large appliances are often overlooked during regular maintenance practices but proper Welland dryer vent cleaning services can help to cut costs, boost results and keep your machines running. Instead of struggling with stubborn clothes dryers, call an expert to ditch dryer lint and built up debris.
Why Should You Clean Your Gutters?
Dryer duct cleaning is one of those chores that are often forgotten during regular cleanings. With every day that goes by, bits of debris and lint buildup begin to collect inside vents and unseen areas. On its own, a lint trap might catch some of these materials but bits and pieces sneak through, settling in vents.
As passages become blocked, air flow is restricted and it is all down hill from there. A clogged dryer can have a negative impact on indoor air quality and is a risk for dryer fires. It is hard to imagine air ducts as fire hazards but lint is highly flammable. Even a simple spark can send an appliance up in smoke. Limited air flow also means linens are left damp, encouraging repeat loads, along with unnecessary wear and tear to your machines.
Damp, covered environments are an ideal place for mold to thrive. When harmful mold and mildew is left to grow inside airways, it recirculates into laundry rooms where it is harmful to those with allergies or respiratory issues. When you are ready for better results, a safer environment and lower energy bills, call Gorilla for your professional dryer vent cleaning.
Cleaning Your Dryer Venting System
In order to keep clothes dryers working properly, it is important to know what you are working with. More than just running a hand through a lint trap, proper care and cleaning requires the right tools and “know-how” to get the job done right.
The Gorilla method involves not only cleaning ducts using high-powered vacuums but removing attachments to get at the real root of the problem. From here, sides and surfaces are scrubbed clean, to prevent clogs from reforming.
Choosing local care means prompt service and access to after care and resources. Instead of being a number on a call sheet, go with a team who understands the unique challenges facing your property