You’ll know that the time is here when you start to notice, first of all, the most important sign: Your dryer moves slower and slower in drying your clothes with every passing use. It’s an obvious sign but still one which people take for granted to their own ruin and that of the machine. The process of drying takes at least two or three times as long with a clogged dry vent, and clothes do not dry out fully by the cycle’s end, the other major sign that often accompanies the first. Air remains trapped within the dryer as lint blocks the vent.
When Should I Get My Dryer Vent Cleaned?
Feb 20, 2017