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Not sure when the air ducts and dryer vents were last cleaned in your Western Dutchess County home?

6/4/2019 (Permalink)

Clogged air ducts and dryer vents are hazards that can be easily avoided!

Failure to clean the dryer is the leading cause of home clothes dryer fires.

Is your dryer taking longer than it used to get the clothes dry? Or maybe you can’t recall if the vent was ever cleaned? Then NOW is the perfect time to call SERVPRO of Western Dutchess County to take care of it for you. Our highly trained technicians will have all of the duct work and venting cleaned out properly and efficiently.

In the meantime, clean out the lint filter of the clothes dryer both before and after each use. Also, if you notice a nest of any kind or any blockage including the vent flap, get rid of those obstacles as soon as possible.

Our techs will also look at the rest of the duct work in the home. Often enough, the HVAC system has been running for some time without being maintained as it needs to. Clogged and overloaded ventilation systems circulate odors, irritants like dust, and contaminants like mold throughout your home and is the culprit for poor indoor air quality.

A solid cleaning and maintenance plan for the HVAC system can help lengthen it’s working life and operate at a better condition. Simple maintenance procedures could help save money and problems down the line. In the case that you might’ve suffered a fire or have mold growth, then duct cleaning is positively essential.

SERVPRO of Western Dutchess County offers countless services valuable to any home or business owner regardless of what you might need. From cleaning to full mitigation and document restoration to complete reconstruction, we’re your one-stop-shop! We’re here to help, 24/7, no matter the damage, 845-831-3600.

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