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  1. Roseville Dryer Vent Cleaning Pro Roseville Dryer Vent Cleaning Pro The Elements of a Tumble dryer Fire Avoid a dryer fire with professional dryer duct cleaning and dryer maintenance service Lots of people are conscientious about getting their furnace cleaned, unfortunately, so few homeowners imagine the dryer in regard to fire avoidance. Great numbers of dryer fires develop every year, resulting in loss of lives, impairments, property devastation and home loss. In addition to being a fire hazard, unsuitable dryer venting also causes a carbon monoxide exposure. These mishaps can be avoided with suitably installed and maintained dryer ducting. A dryer fire ensues when lint builds up minimizing airflow which then generates overheating. The heat and the flammable lint are the fundamental elements for a dryer fire. Clothes dryers produce a good deal of lint and only cleaning the lint screen is insufficient. The lint screen snags a lot of lint but some travels into the inside of the clothes dryer, perilously near the pilot light. The preferred process to make sure your dryer ducting system is risk-free is to get it properly evaluated and cleaned at least once a year. Yet another issue is the dimension of the venting; the shorter, the more desirable. Years ago most washers and dryers were in the basement, on an external wall, with a rather short, straight vent to the outside. Presently quite a few newer houses will have their laundry area situated away from an outside wall, with some being on the second floor. This means dryer vent lines are a lot longer and involve some turns in which dryer lint can gather. They are also more difficult to get to hence a greater challenge to keep cleaned. The appropriate dryer vent system is short and straight. The pieces need to also be joined together to make the inside smooth and without screws or rivets which lint could catch on. It is essential that the duct be made from rigid material, not the pliable, foil sort of tubing that crunches easily, to restrict airflow. Allow acceptable clearance between the clothes dryer and the wall. A error people often make is moving the dryer too close to the wall, crunching the ducting and creating an air flow obstacle right off the bat. Here is one last guideline that not too many people take note of. The dryer vent filter needs to be rinsed carefully with hot soapy water every few months to get rid of residue accumulation triggered by dryer sheets. It is certainly feasible for the lint filter to have so much accumulation on it that it will hold water! This certainly inhibits air flow and causes the dryer to take more than one cycle to properly dry a load of clothes. This feature was posted by The Dryer Vent Wizard, who really wants all homeowners to be knowledgeable about how unstable their seemingly innocent clothes dryer can be. The Wizard delivers more fire prevention strategies and simple, precautionary steps for protecting against a clothes dryer fire at https://www.dryerventwizard.com/.