Common Residential solutions:

  • Dryer Ventilation Cleaning - The exhaust ventilation for your dryer is cleaned from end to end, leaving your vents like new with improved airflow

  • Transition Hose - The hose behind your dryer should be short and maintain its structure when compressed. We see a lot of hoses that are cheaply made and can add to the fire hazard.

  • Bird Nest / Rodent Removal - It is not unusual to find birds or rodents nesting in the exhaust pipes for dryer vents. We have the equipment and care to safely remove animals.

  • Bird Guard Replacement & Install - Preventing birds and rodents from nesting in your dryer vents is easy with the right products. We carry the highest quality products designed specifically for dryer vents.

  • Dryer Ventilation Repairs -Overtime some ventilation pipes dent, rust out, or even disconnect. Sometimes we even encounter dryer vents that are made out of the wrong piping material altogether. Our technicians can repair your damaged dryer vents.

  • Reroute Dryer Ventilation System - Sometimes we encounter dryer vents that are routed inefficiently. We have seen them run too high, too long, or with too many 90 degree turns. This leads to poor airflow and constant lint buildup.

  • Exhaust Termination Hoods - The termination hood for your dryer exhaust typically is located on your roof or the side of the house. Frequently we come across termination that are broken, against code, or made for a different purpose other than dryer vents.

  • Screen Removal - Having a screen on your dryer vent termination is a building code violation. While they do prevent birds / rodents from entering, they also trap lint and cause a serious fire hazard. We carry products designed specifically for rodent/bird prevention made specifically for dryer vents.

  • Video Inspection - For large multi-unit residential units we have the capability to snake a camera into the dryer exhaust ventilation for a more thorough inspection.

  • Booster Fan Install/Replacement - Booster fans are installed in dryer ventilation exhausts that are longer than 30 feet. The dryer does not have enough power to blow the air all the way to the termination, so a booster fan is installed to help move the air out of the exhaust. e install, replace and remove booster fans.