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Just getting a routine P.M. on your dryer isn’t enough, laundry duct cleaning is equally important. Remember that your dryer’s exhaust is vital to the efficiency and safety of your equipment and business.
On a daily basis, your ductwork is slowly filling up with lint, wax and other discards that pass from your dryers into your ductwork. Lack of routine cleaning will cause a build-up that will decrease your dryer’s efficiency and could possibly lead to costly damage.
Your ductwork keeps the air flowing through your dryers, and helps them to run and dry more efficiently. You need to maintain this portion of your business just as much as any other part of your business. Failure to keep your ductwork clean can result in equipment failure and even fires.
As a business owner, you understand how important it is to be running at maximum capacity all day every day. You also know that having kept your guests and customers safe is a top priority.
It’s no joke that lint build-up does cause fires. Fires from lint quickly spread, and because most commercial dryers use gas you’ll have heat and air functioning all at the same time. When you add lint into the mix the result could be a disaster. Your insurance company may even give you a discount when you give them your pm and duct plan from us.
Saving money is important to you, and cleaning your ductwork will ensure that your dryers are running at optimal capacity. A clogged duct can cause your equipment to overheat and even totally stop running. Plus it will cost you more to run without adequate airflow. So for you, duct cleaning is a win any way you look at it.
Your dryer duct cleaning schedule will vary depending on your business. But ductwork should be cleaned at least one time annually.
When you call to schedule your cleaning we will assess your business needs, size, and the volume of laundry that you do. This will allow us to set you up with a plan that will keep your ductwork clean.
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