Niantic, CT (PressExposure) July 03, 2009 -- Technicians who work for Dryer Vent Wizard in the Connecticut area are working to educate consumers on dryer fire safety and energy savings. Home owners who think its normal for their dryer to take more than one cycle to dry clothes are in danger of starting a fire due to lint build-up in dryer ducts. Don Brusseau advises his customers that lint accumulation in dryer vent systems makes a dryer over heat and over work, causing fires and increasing energy usage.
Dryer Vent Wizard, Dry Clothes, Safe Homes is the largest chain of dryer vent specialists in the U.S. Besides specializing in dryer vent maintenance, they also provide valuable information for consumers. Don Brusseau has written articles and posted them online to inform the public. Visit http://dryerventcleaninghartford.blogspot.com/
It is important that dryer vent systems be cleaned annually and that they meet city, state and manufacturer codes. Plastic or foil vents need to be replaced with semi-rigid or solid metal venting. Lint traps should be cleaned before and after drying each load of laundry and lint screens should be cleaned with soap and water every few months to remove residue left behind by fabric softeners.
If clothes take more than one cycle to dry or there is no visible lint on the dryer screen, chances are likely that lint has built up in the dryer ducts. Visit http://www.dryerventwizard.com to learn more.
Contact: Don Brusseau 45 Stoneywood Dr Niantic, CT 06357 860-861-7577 email@example.com
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