MN Dryer Vent

Cartoon dryer whistling, walking, and holding a cleaning rod and brush


Dryer Vent Cleaning

1. Questions and Concerns:

The first step in our cleaning process is meeting with the homeowner to ask any questions and address any concerns they may have. Example: “How long has it been since you have had your dryer vent cleaned?” “Is your dryer hot to the touch while operating?” “Does it take multiple cycles to dry a load of clothes?”

2. Dryer Vent Inspection:

During our first step of questions and concerns, we determine if there may be any issues such as blockages, leaks, excessive moisture, etc.

If everything looks normal, and there is no cause for concern, we do a level one inspection. A level one inspection is a small, yet thorough checklist. It includes pictures, measurements, camera scope, and readings of airflow before and after the cleaning.

If there is cause for concern, we conduct a level two inspection at no extra cost. A level two inspection is a complete inspection of your entire system with a large checklist. It includes pictures, measurements, back pressure readings before and after the cleaning, camera scope, airflow readings before and after the cleanings, etc.

If something is discovered during the inspection process, it will be presented to you, the homeowner. It may be a lint blockage, incorrect dryer exhaust cap, rodent or bird nests, faulty or incorrect dryer exhaust pipe, leaks, etc. A repair or replacement may be recommended for some items.

3. Dryer Vent Cleaning:

Using state of the art tools and cleaning methods, MN Dryer Vent has what it takes to get the job done. Whether we have to use a brush and rod, high powered air line whips, or even disassembly of the pipe, you will have your dryer vent pipe cleaned.