Affordable Cleaning, High-Quality Parts, Veteran-Owned Local Business

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. 


Dryer Vent Services Rolesville NC

Are you wondering why you’re needing two or more sessions just to dry your clothes? Well, there are many factors to it however to make sure that nothing wrong’s going to happen, you need the right people to do the job.



That’s where we come in! Because we’re here to share our services to you. 


We’ll make sure to clean your dryer vents and ensure to remove everything from lint, debris, and any more things that might be blocking your vents. 


And to make everything worth your while, rest assured that our services will be affordable and just in the right amount. 


Wanna know how to contact us? Here’s how. All you have to do is to fill up this form or you can also call us at our hotline number right here.


So hurry up and get your dryer vents cleaned by the best!


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


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


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


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 often should I have my air ducts cleaned?

Keep the ducts clean is necessary task to Improve Indoor Air Quality and Energy Efficiency.


National Air Duct Cleaning Association recommends to clean ducts every 2 years.

Should the HVAC system air ducts be sanitized?

It is generally not necessary to do duct cleaning more than once in three years, a lot of duct cleaning companies are jumping on the back of COVID and trying to scare people in to doing it. However installing UVC lighting inside the duct is not difficult or expensive and is effective.

Should return air ducts be insulated?

Absolutely. Aside from the long term detrimental effects of unneeded condensation, the return air needs to be kept close to the temperature of the supply air.

Otherwise, you’re literally starting all over with removing the heat from the return air, because it’s coming back as unconditioned air.

Is indoor dryer venting a good idea?

If you have a gas dryer, NO. Gas must be properly vent outdoors. If not it can kill you. Canon monoxide is deadly.

If you have an all electric dryer it is safe to vent indoors. You just need to have some way to catch the lint.


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