April asks, Why does it take so long to dry my clothes? When a dryer takes a long time to dry your clothes, often the problem is due to a buildup of lint in the dryer lint screen or vent pipe. This not only reduces the efficiency of your dryer but can be a major fire hazard as well. Watch this video to find out more.
Cindy asks, “My dryer vents into my attic. How can I vent it outside to make it less of a fire hazard?”
Improperly vented dryers and lint buildup cause over 15,000 fires a year. Venting your dryer to the attic is not only a potential fire hazard but can result in moisture problems which causes more problems.
Clothes dryers are responsible for over 15,000 fires a year, many are the result of inadequate venting caused by crimps and sharp bends in the flexible vent hose. Read on for an innovative product that can help reduce the chance of dryer fires.
Homeowners are often puzzled about why their clothes dryer takes longer to finish a load than it used to. A build-up of lint in the dryer or its vent pipe can not only reduce the efficiency of the dryer but it can also be a fire hazard.
Here’s a simple solution to organizing the dirty laundry in your laundry room. Construct a custom shelf unit sized to hold three to five laundry hampers so clothes can be sorted upon arrival in the laundry room.