Niantic, CT (PressExposure) September 23, 2009 -- Clothes dryers are a wonderful invention that most homeowners will not be without. Even in todayâs economy, with rising energy costs, most consumers refuse to replace their clothes dryer with the old-fashioned clotheslines and dryer racks.
Don Brusseau is a dryer vent cleaning and repair technician for Dryer Vent Wizard, the nationâs largest dryer exhaust specialist. In a recent interview Don said, âYour clothes dryer is a rather simple machine; it requires heat and air flow to dry your laundry. It is also the most likely of your appliances to cause a fire or contaminate the air in your home with mold and mildew if it is not properly vented.â
Don has noticed that many consumers think itâs OK to vent their clothes dryers into the attic or crawl space. He explained, âDryer vent systems remove heat and moisture from your tumbling laundry; venting the excess moisture into your attic or crawl space allows mold and mildew to do serious damage to your home. Mold spores are also a health threat to residents. If you have a gas dryer, the system also removes gas by-products like carbon monoxide.â
Dryer Vent Wizard only installs dryer vent systems of rigid or semi-rigid metal that lead to a vent outside. âBy law, all gas dryers are required to be vented outside,â said Brusseau. âWe install a louvered dryer vent hood with a 4-inch opening to allow maximum air flow.â For more information, read Donâs blog at http://dryerventcleaningbridgeport.blogspot.com/
Dryer Vent Wizard professionally inspects and cleans dryer vents for homeowners and in commercially-owned buildings. DVW has over 50 franchisees across the US, with Don Brusseau servicing the state of Connecticut. Visit http://www.dryerventwizard.com to find a DVW location in your area.
Contact: Don Brusseau 45 Stoneywood Dr Niantic, CT 06357 860-861-7577 email@example.com
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