Don't Let This Be Your House or Business
Customer 1: The dryer was not properly releasing air flow as the line was completely clogged with fabric. This caused the customer to run their clothes through 3 cycles before the clothes were completely dry. The system also had the lower portion of the pipe lined with plastic corrugated pipe and too many elbows. This is a recipe for disaster. We fixed the issue and cleaned the pipe.
Customer 2: The customer couldn't figure out why it took so long for their clothes to dry after the heat sensors blew out on her old dryer. When she installed the new dryer she still had the same issue. Luckily she called us before she destroyed her new dryer.
Customer 3: The back of the dryer vent flex line was getting smashed due to the lack of space available for the size of the dryer. The home developer failed to install a box system that allowed the flex line to be attached flush with the interior of the wall as opposed to the exterior of the wall. This caused the customers dryer vent line to become crushed and the dryer started to melt as the system was not able to properly allow the heat to escape. Luckily the dryer did not catch on fire. We easily solved this problem.
Customer 4: This apartment complex has there downstairs units venting the dryer system lines on the 3rd story roof that is approximately 54 feet from the base of the dryer to the roof. These systems are a fire waiting to happen.
Customer 5: This is another unit at the same apartment complex two weeks later.
Customer 6: This customer had a problem with roof rats. Therefore, we made dryer vent and exhaust vent extensions to keep them from getting inside the system.
Customer 7: This was fabric found in a dry vent system that was only 15 feet long and cleaned once a year. When you wash large blankets and have dog beds with a lot of fur, the fabric in your system will compile quickly.
Customer 8: This system had never been cleaned in 25 years.
Customer 9: Nothing worse than a birds nest in your dryer vent. This is very common in a two story home.
Customer 10: Corrugated pipe in your dryer vent line will always be a disaster.
Customer 11: This customer had a line that was completely blocked. In addition, the exit of the pipe was crushed diminishing the systems airflow which can lead to a fire and other safety concerns. The issue could not be repaired with out extensive roof repairs. Therefore, a new dry vent line was installed to restore the systems airflow.
Customer 12: When your vent pipe has completely become disconnected and fallen in the attic.
Customer 13: Apparently a handy man thought it would be a good idea to invert the washer and dryer set up and exit the line into the garage using a pantie hose and eliminating the line that once exited the roof. Therefore, per the customers request, we extended the line where a storage cabinet was going to be installed in the garage and exited the system to the exterior patio.