All dryers are designed to have a lint trap that helps to limit the lint that ends up in the exhaust pipe, but it doesn’t stop all of it. Eventually those little pieces of lint that get through can start to clog the exhaust pipe, causing the dryers to be less efficient in Manhattan, New York City, Long Island, Nassau County, Suffolk County, and the surrounding areas. In order to help prevent fires and to keep the drying equipment working properly, you need a dryer vent cleaning from Better Air Quality. Hot temperatures and dry lint are not a good combination, and fires are a real possibility if the dryer vents are not cleaned periodically. And because commercial settings like hotels, hospitals, apartment buildings, and more have several, if not dozens of dryers, it is vital to protect everyone in the building. Contact us today to schedule your dryer vent cleaning.
Ensuring Safety for All Involved
Commercial dryers are not only larger but are also used more heavily than household dryers. This translates to them generating more lint as well, and this lint needs to be handled properly, including in the dryer vents themselves. The build up of lint in the dryer vents only increases the odds that a fire may start in the dryer vent. Dryer vent cleaning helps to ensure the safety of everyone in the building.
It also helps businesses to stay in compliance with various laws and regulations for maintaining a safe and secure working environment. Having dryer vent cleaning ensures that all of the equipment operates at peak efficiency, and while it is recommended that commercial settings have a cleaning every three years, many choose to have it done more frequently because they see the increase in efficiency and a decrease in their energy bills with clean dryer vents.
Extending The Life of Equipment
When your dryer vents are clogged, it will often take more than a single drying cycle in order to get the linens, towels, and other items dry. This means more time and money being spent just to run the dryer, and this impacts far more than just the equipment. When it takes longer to dry things, it impacts people’s job duties as well as customers, patients, and more. Dryer vent cleaning not only helps to keep drying cycles to a single cycle to properly dry items, but it also helps to extend the life of the equipment because it doesn’t have to work as hard and will limit the wear and tear on the dryers.
Commercial dryers are in use all over Manhattan, New York City, Long Island, Nassau County, Suffolk County, and the surrounding areas in hotels, hospitals, nursing homes, laundromats, and many other entities. Keeping the dryer vents clean and clear of debris not only keeps things operating efficiently but keeps everyone safe. Talk with our team at Better Air Quality today about scheduling your dryer vent cleaning.