Monmouth County

Air Duct & Dryer Vent Cleaning of Pasaic County

A business will achieve higher cost efficiency with outsourcing the cleaning and maintenance work compared to having it done in-house. This is because in addition to the purchase of equipment and materials, the company will have to invest in the professional training of in-house staff. If additional workers are hired, the cost will climb further up. Given that the care for air vents and shafts is not a daily or even weekly task for the majority of businesses, it is simply not economical to go for the in-house option.

You should not wait as it usually means additional repair and in some unfortunate cases, loss of property due to fire. It is estimated that homeowners in US lose over $200 million due to use of unsafe systems.

You should also get the chimney or the venting system inspected whenever you make some change to your heating system or add an insert to the stove. This inspection will ensure that venting system, lining as well as chimney are working the way they should.

862-306-8988
94 Athenia Ave Clifton, NJ 07013
Air Duct & Dryer Vent Cleaning

According to the U.S. Fire Administration, homeowners should clean residential dryer vents once a year at least to prevent excessive debris from building up inside the ventilation pipes which can cause risks like using large amounts of energy when operating the dryer, gas leaks and residential structural fires.
For houses using the dryer over two times per week on a regular basis, cleaning services need to be increased to reflect the extra use. There are things that homeowners can do to decrease how much debris builds up inside their dryer ventilation systems in between being cleaned.
The outside ventilation open should be kept covered using the ventilation cap. The caps have been designed to be used for this reason, and they allow the debris to get out while at the same time it prevents birds from nesting inside the vents, which prevents blockages from happening.
It is fine to periodically take the back of the dryer off and vacuum the lint out that has gotten trapped behind your dryer. However, you need to be knowledgeable about your dryer before trying to take it apart. Make sure it is unplugged and also disconnected from the gas line before you try doing this to ensure that the house and its occupants are safe.

732-986-9176
168 Main St Woodbridge, NJ 07095