Window Gang cares about the appearance of your home; however, we care more about your safety. If your dryer vent has not been cleaned, please take this time and let us inform you about a potential safety hazard that could be detrimental to you and your family.
If you notice heavy clothes such as blue jeans or towels taking a long time to dry, or clothes feel hotter than usual at the end of the cycle, then a clogged dryer vent exhaust is likely the problem.
The US Fire Administration recommends that you disconnect, clean and inspect the dryer duct and venting at least every two years. Some dryer vents may need to be cleaned more often, depending on usage.
Cleaning your dryer vents will will reduce the risk of fire, decrease your electric bill and increase the dryerʼs efficiency.
Fires can occur when lint builds up in the dryer or in the exhaust duct. Lint can block the flow of air, causing excessive heat build-up. This creates a highly flammable fuel source.
Don't wait until it's too late, protect your family! Call us today to schedule an appointment. Let Window Gang show you why we are the industry leaders in dryer vent cleaning across the country. Window Gang will provide you, “Service Beyond Your Expectations!”
Since the beginning, Window Gang has not only been committed to providing exceptional window cleaning services, but to also be an environmentally friendly company as well. All of our solutions, sealers and chemicals are biodegradable and environmentally friendly. Window Gang is a “green” company, providing safer alternatives for the environment & for our customers. Window Gang is comprehensively insured, bonded, and carry workers’ compensation on all employees. All of our restoration products are environmentally safe, biodegradable and approved by OSHA. Our service technicians carry material safety data sheets on each chemical, protecting all parties. All Window Gang employees are uniformed and all trucks are clearly marked with our logo. Our employees are extensively educated and trained in job safety and follow all OSHA and EPA guidelines.
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