More than 15,000 clothes dryers catch fire in the U.S. every year. Many of these fires could be prevented by regular cleaning.
When lint clogs your vent, the reduced airflow causes your dryer to become less efficient. This results in longer drying times and higher energy bills.
The lint that builds up in your dryer vent can be dangerous. That's why manufacturers recommend regular inspection and maintenance of dryer exhaust systems.
Get the Lint Out
The hot air from your dryer may travel several yards through a vent to the outdoors. When this vent becomes clogged with lint, your dryer has to work harder and your energy bills go up—and so does your risk of fire.
Get warned before your vent becomes dangerous.