- Dishwasher Repairs & Installation
- Freezer Repairs
- Ice Machine Repairs
- Microwave Oven Repairs
- Oven Repairs & Installation
- Stove Top Repairs & Installation
- Range Repairs & Installation
- Refrigerator Repairs & Installation
- Vent Hood Repairs
- Dryer Repairs & Installation
- Dryer Vent Cleaning
- Washer Repairs & Installation
From Residential appliances to residential dryer vents, we take care of it all. Mountaineer Appliance Repair understands that there is no convenient time for your appliance to break down. That is why our team of appliance repair technicians are standing by to provide the quality service you deserve.
We Service all Major Brands:
- Fisher & Paykel
- GE Monograme Series
- And many more
What are some of reasons you should trust our team?
- Regular Special Offers and Savings
- Honest and upfront pricing
- Friendly and respectful technicians
- All technicians screened by Plus One Solutions
- Veteran Owned Business
Dryer Vent Cleaning
What is Dryer Vent Cleaning?
Every homeowner should be aware of the last time their dryer vent was cleaned out. When you hire a professional to take care of dryer vent cleaning, you can rest assured that they will remove the lint and other debris that could become jammed in the venting system and lead to fires.
Mountaineer Appliance Repair technicians utilize special tools and equipment to force air inside your dryer vent, carefully cleaning out your venting system without leaving any mess behind.
A technician in your location will check out your dryer and provide you with a safe dryer vent cleaning service plan.
How Often to Clean a Dryer Vent?
Depending on how often you use your dryer, you’ll want to have your dryer vent cleaned and carefully inspected once every three to twelve months. Larger households that do at least one or two loads of laundry each day should schedule periodic inspections to determine how long they should go between dryer vent cleanings.
Remember: Even when you clean your lint trap regularly, not all the lint from your laundry is removed.
In fact, only about 25 percent of the lint from your clothes is collected by the lint trap you slide out of the front of your dryer. That means the rest is building up in the dryer vent system, restricting airflow and causing your dryer to work harder. As a result, you may start paying more on monthly energy bills and be at risk of a fire.
Dryer vent cleaning can be very helpful:
- Shorter drying time
- Increased safety
- Money back in your pocket
- Fire Prevention
Advantages of Professional Dryer Vent Cleaning
While you can easily clean and maintain some areas of your dryer vent yourself, such as the lint catcher and tailpipe, professional attention to other areas of your dryer's venting system (e.g., pipes running through walls or ceilings) is strongly recommended. The proper tools allow our professionals to clean your entire dryer vent in as little as 30 minutes.
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