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Ocklawaha, FL 32179

Dryer Vent Cleaning, Inspection and Repair

DryerVentz™ is proud to serve Ocklawaha, FL 32179 with fully trained and qualified technicians who will address any issues with your dryer vent to ensure safe, optimal performance. Whether you need to remove lint and debris, replace a damaged vent or reroute an inefficient vent, we can help.

Dryer Vent Cleaning

The entire dryer vent is brushed clean from end to end with a stainless steel brush while a powerful vacuum removes the lint from the dryer vent.

Bird Nest Removal

Birds tend to build nests inside dryer vents; completely blocking airflow, ruining your dryer and creating a fire hazard. They can be disease-ridden and extremely difficult to remove.

Dryer Vent Repairs

We fix disconnected dryer vents – they can lead to mold, unwanted moisture and a dryer fire. Crushed dryer vents are fire hazards, ruin your dryer, can create water damage and majorly increase drying times; rusted out dryer vents – they cause unwanted moisture, mold and are a fire hazard; vents built with wrong materials – they lead to rapid lint build up, insufficient airflow, longer drying times and a possible dryer fire.

Reroute Dryer Vent

We reroute dryer vents that are unsafe or inefficient (ex: too long, run under the house, too many turns, terminate indoors). We find the best possible route to shorten the vent and improve airflow.

Transition Hose

We make sure the hose behind your dryer is as short as possible and not crushed so that air can flow freely through it. We also offer replacement hoses that are safer, more efficient and easier to install.

Screen Removal

We remove screens from dryer vent terminations whether on the roof or side of the home. Screens are used to keep animals out, but they can be against building code because lint accumulates on the screen and creates a blockage which causes a fire hazard, possible water damage and can ruin your dryer.

Side-Termination & Roof-Termination Hoods

We replace side-terminating hoods that are damaged or against code. Our replacements are sturdy (metal), great at keeping birds and critters out and they are also nice to look at.

We replace roof-terminating hoods that are against code. Home builders and roofers are notorious for installing the wrong type of hood on dryer vents. Building code requires them to have back draft dampers and no screens.

We provide outstanding, reliable service to customers in Ocklawaha, Florida 32179

We proudly offer our services in the following cities:
Citra, Eastlake Weir, Fort McCoy, Ocklawaha, Weirsdale, Anthony, McIntosh, Orange Lake, Reddick, Belleview, Dunnellon, Ocala, Silver Springs, Summerfield.

Why Choose DryerVentz™ in Ocklawaha, Florida 32179?

  • Dirty or clogged dryer vents can reduce performance and create a potential fire hazard.
  • Annual cleaning eliminates buildup using a special stainless steel brush and powerful vacuum.
  • Technicians remove bird nests or other obstructions to ensure proper airflow.
  • Replacing a damaged or disconnected vent prevents mold, moisture, fires and other problems.
  • Rerouting a long or winding dryer vent increases safety, efficiency and air flow.
  • Removing termination screens or replacing incorrect termination hoods enhances safety and keeps you compliant with building codes.

Regular Dryer Vent Cleaning

After our initial visit, we use a scheduling system to track your dryer cleanings and schedule your annual maintenance appointments to keep you safe.

Get a Free Dryer Vent Inspection

Call us today to schedule an inspection with your Ocklawaha, FL 32179 dryer cleaning technician. From there, they can take any necessary steps to ensure your system functions safely and properly.

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DryerVentz™ DuctVentz™ Technicians Perform the Following In-Home Services

Inspect Dryer Vent & Air Ducts

Clean or Repair

Certify

Schedule Next Cleaning

*We Adhere to Manufacturer and US Fire Administration Maintenance Recommendations*