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  1. Air Duct Cleaning Sacramento Air Duct Cleaning Sacramento The Composition of a Dryer Fire Stop a dryer fire with professional dryer duct cleaning and dryer maintenance service Lots of people are meticulous about getting their HVAC system cleaned, nevertheless, very few people ponder clothes dryer in relation to fire deterrence. Countless dryer fires develop every year, generating fatalities, impairments, building damage and home loss. Aside from being a fire risk, substandard dryer venting also poses a carbon monoxide possibility. These disasters can be warded off with adequately installed and maintained dryer ducting. A clothes dryer fire manifests when lint increases prohibiting airflow which then triggers overheating. The heat and the flammable lint are the fundamental substances for a dryer fire. Clothing dryers manufacture a great deal of lint and merely cleaning the lint screen is not nearly enough. The lint screen traps a lot of lint but some escapes into the inside of the dryer cabinet, precariously close to the pilot light. The most effective strategy to be sure your dryer vent equipment is risk-free is to have it skillfully examined and cleaned about once a year. A different concern is the overall length of the duct; the shorter, the more ideal. Years ago most clothes dryers were in the basement, on an outdoor wall, with a pretty short, straight vent to the outdoors. Today quite a few trendy homes may have their laundry room located away from an outside wall, with some located on the second floor. This means dryer ducts are much longer and contain some bends where dust and lint can collect. They're also difficult to reach hence harder to keep cleaned. The ideal dryer vent system is short and straight. The parts must also be properly joined to leave the inside smooth and devoid of screws or fastenings which lint can easily snag on. It is important that the duct be made of rigid material, not the bendable, foil variety of tube that breaks quite easily, to minimize air movement. Allow acceptable open space between the clothes dryer and the wall. A mistake people commonly make is forcing the dryer too close to the wall, squashing the venting and producing an air flow issue instantly. Here is one last pointer that not many people know. The dryer vent screen ought to be rinsed real good with warm soapy water every few months to eliminate residue accumulation brought about by fabric softener sheets. It is certainly conceivable for the lint filter to have so much accumulation on it that it will hold water! This clearly inhibits air flow and causes the dryer to take more than one cycle to thoroughly dry a load of laundry. This guide was prepared by The Dryer Vent Wizard, who would like all consumers to be familiar with how unstable their apparently innocent clothes dryer could be. The Wizard furnishes more fire safety tips and manageable, protective means for helping prevent a clothes dryer fire at https://www.dryerventwizard.com/.