Oak Park, MI (PressExposure) August 20, 2008 -- Dryer Vent Wizard, Dry Clothes, Safe Homes has noticed the biggest safety hazard in clothes dryers are the vents running from the back of the dryer to the outside of the home. Charles Dillard, owner of Dryer Vent Wizard in Oak Park, Michigan recalls an issue in a condominium unit where the roof was recently replaced and the vent was completely obstructed. An office clerk delivered the following message to Charles after he completed service for the customer, âI received a call from Ms. Marvin. She wanted to let us know that Charles did an excellent job at her home. Charles had been very persistent in finding out what the problem was. The condo complex had new roofs put on and covered the vent. Ms. Marvin was very thankful for Charlesâ professionalism and getting the job done. Have a good day.â
Charles is very thorough when he performs and inspection of a dryer vent system. There are at least 10 factors to look at when checking a clothes dryer for safety, including vents, airflow and the amount of lint on the floor behind the dryer. When customers complain about dryers taking too long to get clothes dry, this is a big red flag, indicating a probable venting problem. Many people think it is normal for older dryers to take longer to dry their clothes. Charles makes sure his customers understand that this is a myth.
Dryer vents should be checked by a professional annually to be sure there are no clogs in the system. Larger homes have longer vents making it more difficult for homeowners to access all parts of the vent for cleaning. Dryer Vent Wizard has special equipment for accessing and cleaning all parts of the dryer vent system.
Fire prevention and safety begins at home; go to http://www.dryerventwizard.com for more information. Tell your friends, loved ones, and neighbors, especially if you live in an apartment building, or attached condos to do the same.
Dryer Vent Wizard professionally inspects and cleans clothing dryers for homeowners and in commercially-owned buildings. Poorly maintained dryer vents cause fire hazards and cost substantially more to operate.
Contact: Charles Dillard 24530 Jerome St Oak Park, MI 48237 Phone: 866-498-7233 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.dryerventwizard.com This press release was submitted by Right Now Marketing Group, LLC