Dryer Maintenance Tips


The simple combination of air and motion is what makes a dryer work. Dryers have a straightforward design that involves a drum to hold the wet laundry, a motor and drive belt, and a blower to force air into the drum. Depending on your laundry needs, most dryers allow you to set a timer or change the temperature and speed of the drum. Some models have a moisture sensor to automatically turn off the dryer when the load is dry,


A lot of dust and fibers come off of your clothes and are trapped within the lint filter. That's good obviously since that's what the filter is there for, but did you know that some of the lint makes it through or around the filter and sticks to the inside of your dryer and to your ducts. I'm sure


Dryer Duct Maintenance

It is important to keep your dryer venting ducts neat and clean, a buildup of lint in the duct can cause a fire. Even if it doesn't cause a fire, a buildup can put more strain on your dryer by causing backpressure which leads to slow drying times and shortens the lifespan of your dryer.  All you have to do is follow some simple steps and have the proper equipment on-hand: a vent brush and a vacuum cleaner with a