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Certified Dryer Exhaust Vent Inspection & Cleaning Services

Servicing Fort Bend County including Richmond, Rosenburg, Fulshear, Katy, Sugar Land & Surrounding Areas

Certified dryer exhaust technician

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Let us help! We maximize dryer efficiency while safely inspecting your dryer for the lurking potential of a dryer fire.


- Clothes not drying?
- Extended Drying Times?
- Clothes and/or Dryer too hot to touch?

Our Annual Dryer Vent Cleaning Service includes:

- Complete Inspection of Dryer System from Dryer to Vent
- Inspection of Ductwork with Video Camera
- Brush and Vacuum Dryer Ductwork
- Quality Work from Certified Dryer Exhaust Technician & Professional Firefighter


Don't let this happen to you !

Dryer Fire caused by lint build up
Dryer Fire caused by lint build up
Dryer Fire caused by lint build up
Dryer Fire caused by lint build up
  • What is your service guarantee?
    Your dryer vent cleaning and safety inspection service comes with a 60-day guarantee. Customer service is so important to us that we offer the best service guarantee in the busines
  • How often should a dryer vent be cleaned?
    Dryer vent cleaning is one of the most neglected home maintenance items. The NFPA (Nation Fire Protection Association) recommends having your dryer vent cleaned every year. This is not always necessary and in some cases can be pushed off longer. Some customers can have their dryer vent cleaned every 2 or 3 years. Every home is built different, and some dryer vent systems are much longer or complicated runs. Usage plays a big role into the equation as well. All these factors are considered with your dryer vent inspection and at the end of our service we will give you a reasonable determination as to how often your dryer vent cleaning should be done
  • How long does a dryer vent cleaning take?
    A typical service takes us approx. 60 minutes to complete. We schedule 2-hour increments for each of our customers to allow us adequate time to complete your service and travel time between customers. If your dryer vent system requires additional time for larger repairs then we may need to reschedule a larger window of time to ensure the job is completed properly.
  • Will you be accessing my roof?
    Yes. Many dryer vents are vertical runs. Most will travel up before exiting your roof or the side of your house. No matter where the dryer vent exits, it is imperative the dryer vent service company accesses the exit to ensure adequate airflow.
  • How do dryer fires start?
    Dryer fires start inside the dryer appliance itself. The problem occurs within the vent system. When the dryer vent system gets obstructed with dryer lint, a bird’s nest or a damaged vent, lint will begin to back up inside the dryer itself. When enough lint builds up around the heating element (can reach temperatures over 2000F) it becomes a source of ignition for the dryer lint. Dryer lint ignition temperature is typically 511F. Depending on the amount of fuel (lint) built up around the internal parts of a dryer the fire can spread rapidly from the appliance, runs inside the walls and spread to the attic.
  • Are dryer fabric sheets good to use in my dryer?
    No. Dryer fabric sheets are great at reducing static electricity and leaving your clothes smelling fresh and clean. However, these products release a chemical that mixes with the lint and turns the lint into a glue-like substance. The lint will pass through your dryer appliance and the vent system causing it to stick to everything. Its is very damaging to your dryer and the vent system and is not recommended. We strongly encourage our customers to use wool dryer balls (or a similar variation) that you can find online to help reduce status electricity buildup.
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