When you think of serious hazards in your home, this one doesn't come to mind: clogged dryer ducts and vents. It's not a hazard to health, such as for example, mold or radon gas.
Given the right conditions, lint in the ductwork can self-ignite and result in a fire. Taking proper precautions helps minimizing the risk.
Watch this video and learn a simple way to find a peace of mind.
Gone are the days that dryers could be vented directly through an exterior wall with just a few feet of straight duct. Buyers now expect conveniently located laundry spaces — but these location preferences come at a cost.
Learn how to overcome challenges of long dryer duct runs.
1. CSA approved for both Gas & Electric dryer applications2. Supports lengths of duct up to 125 feet*3. 5 foot power cord/120V4. All metal housing5. Automatically energizes when the dryer begins to operate and runs a 5 minute cool down cycle after the dryer completes its run cycle; No user interaction necessary!6. Indicator Panel: Provides confidence to the occupants that the system is working properly and also signals when attention is necessary7. 1 duct clamp for easy install and maintenance
It used to make perfect sense to put a dryer on the outward facing wall of your house. Then homeowners got wise and wanted them closer to the bedrooms where the dirty clothes are. While a dryer fan is rated well enough to exhaust lint through a shorter duct length, the homeowner’s tastes have changed.
Let us help you extend the viable duct length of over 100 feet with our inline and externally mounted solutions.
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