TOP RATED DRYER VENT CLEANING & REPAIR EXPERTS IN CHAPEL HILL NC

Affordable Cleaning, High-Quality Parts, Veteran-Owned Local Business Serving All of Orange County

A veteran-owned business specializing 100% in dryer vent cleaning & repair. We use industry leading equipment and techniques, specifically designed to improve your dryers performance and help prevent dangerous dryer fires. 

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Dryer Vent Services Chapel Hill NC

Are you looking for a place at Chapel Hill, North Carolina that can assist you with your dryer problem?

 

We’re available to help you with any problems you may have and make sure that you get what you need.

 

We promise to give you the best dryer vent cleaning services available.

 

We’ll also clean out any lint, debris and other things that could block the airflow of your dryer.

 

Interested? Fill out this form or call us at our hotline number right here (919) 849-8886.

Dryer Vent Installation

SAVE MONEY

Your dryer's motor works harder with clogged vents, causing you higher energy and maintenance expenses

FIRE HAZARDS

The combination of hot air and lint build up inside your dryer vent creates a serious dryer fire risk

EFFICIENCY

When a dryer's ventilation system is clogged with lint, it will take it longer than normal to fully dry your clothes

LAST LONGER

Your dryer won't operate efficiently with clogged vents. Overtime it can cause it to break down prematurely

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Frequently Asked Questions

Most frequent questions and answers

How much does duct cleaning cost in North Carolina?

 The cost of an air duct cleaning in Charlotte varies and generally falls between $300 and $1,000, depending on the size of your central air conditioner. However, there are some companies that offer their services for just $75, but be aware that the work often isn’t quite as thorough as it should be.

How do professionals clean dryer vents?

When your dryer is clogged, you may be tempted to try to unclog it on your own. But before you do that, you should call a professional to help you out. The first thing the professional will do is find and remove the outside dryer cap. They will then slide along, tube-like vacuum and snake brush the vent into the vent to dislodge and remove any debris.

How do you clean dryer vent without roof?

Detach the duct where it connects to the wall for easy cleaning. Use your hands to remove lint, and direct the hose attachment inside the duct. You can also use a lint brush to clear out lint at the opening of the ductwork. Then use hose extensions to vacuum deep inside.

Do dryer vents go to the roof?

The dryer vent should always be vented through the side of the house and not through the roof. Ideally, the exit should be fairly close to the ground. A clean dryer vent prevents lint buildup that can clog the air flow.

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