Clothes Dryers Need To "Breathe" To Operate - Dryer Vent Cleaning Opens The Airway

Warren, MI (PressExposure) July 03, 2009 -- It is not normal for an older dryer to take several cycles to properly dry clothes. Many people think this is a sign that their clothes dryer is worn out; rarely is this the case. According to Dryer Vent Wizard, a company specializing in all dryer venting and dryer exhaust issues, dryer vent cleaning cures most problems with dryers that are not performing efficiently.

Dryer Vent Wizard technicians explain to all of their customers how most of the lint trapped in the ductwork will not make it to the vent outside. Eventually, it builds up, trapping the heat and moisture that your dryer is working to remove from your wet laundry. As heat builds up in the dryer duct which is clogged with highly combustible lint a fire can start, with the dryer lint being perfect fuel for the fire. This is why annual dryer vent cleaning is recommended.

With over 15,000 clothes dryer fires reported each year, Dryer Vent Wizard is working extra hard to promote consumer awareness on dryer fire prevention. Franchisees across the US are writing articles and posting them on blogs to spread the word stressing the importance of dryer vent cleaning and proper maintenance to prevent fires and help save energy. Read articles containing more tips and advice at []

Dryer Vent Wizard, Dry Clothes Safe Homes is a member of the National Fire Protection Association and the largest chain of dryer vent cleaning, repair, replacement and alternation specialists in the U.S. with nearly 50 franchisees in major markets in the U.S. Dryer Vent Wizard has a goal to make 1 million dryers safer and greener by the year 2010.

Contact: Dryer Vent Wizard D. Benson – Corporate Office 5523 East Nine Mile Road Warren, MI 48091 1-866-498-7233

This press release was submitted by Right Now Marketing Group, LLC

About Dryer Vent Wizard

Dryer Vent Wizard is a nationwide company, 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.

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Press Release Submitted On: July 03, 2009 at 3:18 am
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