When you need commercial or residential dryer vent services, turn to Dryer Vent Techs. Over the last 10 years, we've helped home and business owners keep their Ducts well-maintained. Now, we're ready to help you reach your goals. Discuss your needs with our team, and we'll recommend the best service for you.
Call today to schedule your residential or commercial duct service in Littleton, CO or the surrounding area.
Our team will go above and beyond to meet your needs. We offer a wide range of duct services for homeowners and business owners in the area like:
Don't postpone scheduling your dryer vent service. Schedule your appointment today. We offer free estimates on all dryer vent installation services in the Littleton, CO area.
It doesn't matter if you're hiring our team for residential or commercial vent services. You can expect exceptional customer service from start to finish. Our team of duct experts are fully licensed and insured for your peace of mind. We also have access to reputable resources to help us provide the best service possible.
Do your clothes take forever to dry? A build-up of lint, debris or clogs in the dryer vent line restricts air flow, resulting in longer dry times. If you need to dry your clothing several times, you can bet that you are using more energy! All that extra drying time is also shortening the life of your clothing and linens.
You have more interesting things to do than wait for your clothes to dry! After we clean out your dryer vent line and remove all obstructions and excess lint, your clothing and linens will dry faster. Less time in the dryer means your items will last longer and your dryer won't wear out as soon as it might have. Save money on your energy costs and your clothing costs!
Did you know that 2,900 residential dryer fires are reported each year and cause an estimated 5 deaths, 100 injuries, and $35 million in property loss? Failure to clean the dryer (34%) is the leading cause of dryer fires. Both gas and electric dryers accumulate lint. As lint builds up, it increases humidity, which can lead to mold and musty smells. More importantly, lint is combustible! As lint builds up, the fire danger increases. Carbon Monoxide poisoning is another associated danger that can be avoided with proper duct maintenance.