Piping conforms to all current fire codes
Interior Dryer Unit Cleaning
On an average dryer system, approximately 80% of dryer lint stays in the lint trap screen, 10% gets trapped inside the dryer unit, 5% stays in the ducting, and only 5% reaches the outside. It is important to have the dryer piping and dryer unit cleaned every 2-3 years. Excess lint buildup can be a serious fire hazard.
Cleaning the lint from the interior of a dryer unit can increase efficiency (drying clothes faster), improve air flow (less lint gets trapped in the ducting), and improve the life expectancy for the unit (preventing overheating and excess stress on interior components).
We clean out the dryer unit using high pressure, compressed air (250psi). We clean the dryer unit from the lint trap tray, pushing the lint out through the rear outlet and into our vacuum. We blow out the interior fan from the rear, as well as the interior/exterior venting. We vacuum any loose lint or debris dislodged during the cleaning from the drum (inside portion where the wet clothes go) and around the work area.