Affordable Cleaning, High-Quality Parts, Veteran-Owned Local Business Serving All Durham 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. 


Dryer Vent Services Research Triangle NC

Are you wondering where’s the perfect place at Research Triangle, North Carolina to have your dryer get checked and cleaned?


Well, no need to worry anymore because we’re here to provide our services to you! 


First of all, unlike any other dryer vent cleaners out there, we’re much more affordable for the people out there.


Rest assured that we’ll spotlessly clean your dryer vents and we’ll remove all signs of lint, debris, and any other form of blockage that’s letting your dryer run to its full potential.


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


So hurry up now and get in touch with us to get your dryer vent 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

Is cleaning your dryer vent necessary?

A dryer vent needs to be cleaned regularly to enhance the dryer’s efficiency. Regular dryer vent cleaning helps to remove lint and other dirt and debris that are obstructing the dryer performance.

Do dryer vents cause fires?

According to the National Fire Protection Association, nearly 17,000 home clothes dryer fires are reported each year. These clothes dryer fires cause around 51 deaths, 380 injuries, and $236 million in property loss.

Why does my dryer vent keep getting clogged?

Simply stated, a clogged dryer vent is caused by the build-up of lint in the dryer ventilation system. Many new homes built today have dryers located away from an outside wall. These dryers tend to be vented longer distances creating more bends in the vent through the home.

Can dryer vents go out the roof?

Dryer vents should always be vented through the side of the house and not vented through the roof, and ideally, the exit should be fairly close to the ground. Keeping a clean dryer vent is much easier when you can safely reach the exit. These terminals need to be cleaned on a regular basis to prevent lint buildup. 


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