Besides preventing fast-drying action, excessive lint buildup or bird nesting in dryer vents may cause the dryer's temperature limit safety switch to cycle continuously, resulting in higher dryer operation costs, clothing damage, or worse, overheating, which could potentially cause a dryer fire.
Fortunately, this problem has a fast and economical solution. The key to optimal dryer performance is ensuring proper exhaust airflow, and the newest Ro-Vac D4 professional dryer vent cleaning system is engineered exclusively for such a task. It features special attachments that grab and pull soft blockages (i.e., wet lint and bird nests) and self-maneuvering brush drivers that can reach and thoroughly clean a dryer duct of any length or shape. No other system (i.e., hose brush or compressed-air tool) works nearly as well, if at all.
ATI is committed to delivering the highest quality services that you seek. With the newest Ro-Vac D4 system, you'll only need to have your dryer vent cleaned every three months.
Prevent Birds and Other Pests from Nesting in Your Dryer Vent...
Universal bird screens (Vent Guards) fit over all standard dryer and bathroom vent end tips for positive protection against birds, rodents, and other pests. It costs just $55 to have installed one when included with a dryer vent cleaning.
*Special Note: Because a dryer's exhaust airflow is more important than heat in the drying process, the use of proper dryer venting materials, as well as adequate installation, not only validates our exclusive three-month cleaning service warranty but also helps achieve maximum dryer performance, resulting in lower electric/gas usage over time.
In Order to Achieve These Savings...
- Your Dryer Vent Should Be Independent of All Other Exhaust Systems and Vented Outdoors
- Dryer Ducts Must Be at Least 4" in Diameter and/or as Large as the Dryer's Outlet
- Only Flexible Metal Connectors Should Be Used Between the Dryer Machine and the Exhaust Duct
- Ductwork Joints Should Be Secured with Metal Tape Only and Never with Screws or Rivets
- Joints Should Be Installed So the Pipe Connections Point in the Direction of the Airflow
- Structurally Concealed Dryer Vent Ducts Must Be Rigid Metal (Galvanized or Aluminum)
- Outside End Tips Should Not Be Obstructed or Concealed (i.e., Under Decking or Siding Material)
- Outside Dryer Vent Tips Should Be Equipped with a Back-Draft Damper and a 1" Rodent/Bird Screen