Dryer Vent Cleaning Service

Our team is fully licensed, insured, and experienced in all types of dryer vent systems and styles. We are a locally owned and operated business serving the Charlotte and Greater Metro Area. Our technicians are professional, polite, honest, and on time. We save you time, money, and the risk of a house fire. Let us protect your family and home.

Dryer vent before and after

Facts about home clothes dryer fires

  • 2,900 home clothes dryer fires are reported each year and cause an estimated 5 deaths, 100 injuries, and $35 million in property loss.
  • Failure to clean the dryer, about 34%, is the leading cause of home clothes dryer fires.
  • More home clothes dryer fires occur in the fall and winter months, peaking in January.

Aftermath of a dryer vent fire

How do you know you need your dry vent cleaned?

  • Clothes take longer than normal to dry.
  • Clothes are unusually hot to the touch
  • The room is warmer than normal when the dryer is running
  • You've noticed burning smells
  • The outside lint flap isn't opening
  • The dryer tells you there's a problem
  • The dryer stops working


How often do you need to clean your dryer duct?
A good rule of thumb is once every 3 months.  But at the very least once a year.


Clothing Dryer Cleaning & Maintenance Do's and Don'ts
Laundry is almost certainly a part of your daily routine. But did you realize how crucial it is to maintain the safety of your home's clothes dryer?
You can prevent a clothes dryer fire by following a few simple safety tips:

  • Have a professional install and service your dryer.
  • If you don't have a lint filter, don't use the dryer.
  • Before or after each load of laundry, make sure to clean the lint filter. Remove any lint that has accumulated in the drum's vicinity.
  • To maintain optimum airflow and drying time, rigid or flexible metal venting material should be employed.
  • Ascertain that the air exhaust vent pipe is unobstructed and that the outdoor vent flap opens when the dryer is in use. Clean lint out of the vent pipe once a year, or more frequently if your clothing is taking longer than usual to dry, or hire a dryer lint removal service to do it for you.
  • Maintain the condition of your dryers. A certified specialist should inspect gas dryers to ensure that the gas line and connection are in good working order and clear of leaks.
  • Make sure you're using the correct socket and outlet, and that the machine is correctly connected.
  • Follow the manufacturer's recommendations for use and avoid overloading your dryer.
  • If you leave the house or even go to bed, turn off the dryer.
  • Clear the area around your dryer of anything that can catch fire, such as boxes, cleaning products, and clothing. Clothing that has come into touch with combustible liquids such as gasoline, paint thinner, or similar solvents should be dried outside before washing and drying as usual.