Inspections & Analysis

-Consider an Inspection as preventative maintenance-

Dryer Vent Inspections

Cleaning out your dryer vent is something that is often overlooked. Something as simple as a dryer vent inspection can determine the state and safety of your vent. Doing so can determine the efficiency and more importantly, the safety of the dryer. Call now for a dryer vent inspection!

This Our mission is to help protect you from home fires by ensuring the safe and efficient operation of your dryer vent systems. Our comprehensive inspections will identify any fire, safety, or health hazards that are present due to obstructions, improper vent construction, or non-code compliant materials.

We ensure secure joint connections, identify any excess lint build up, and help prevent fires by removing potential hazards.

adl-Dryer Vent Services will then provide a written estimate based upon the inspection and walk you through the services recommended to keep your home safe.

Our thorough inspections also allow us to identify the extent of any dryer vent issues and provide the best solutions for your home or business.

You could have just one of many symptoms or depending on the amount of blockage and the type of dryer you have.

Recommended Inspections

Video Borescope

Our high-tech video inspection systems provide us with the ability to effectively inspect residential and commercial dryer vent duct systems for cleaning and diagnose problems within escape exhausts and other difficult to access vent/exhaust components. Up-close video inspection on all jobs quickly conveys the need for duct cleaning and allows us to accurately determine contamination levels, sources of airflow problems and locate cracks or leaks. adl-Dryer Vent Cleaning offers a video inspection of your dryer vent duct system. We use an infrared tiny video camera that views deep into your vent duct system. This method is to ensure that you and the technician know exactly what is inside your system.

Air-Flow Dynamics Tests

A vane anemometer is used to measure CFM or cubic feet per minute that the appliance is pushing to the dryer vent termination point. ... A dryer vent that is considered good airflow should push 1500 ft./m. Any reading less than 1500 ft./m indicates some type of blockage or restriction in the dryer vent run. Typically when somebody experiences a dryer fire it’s because the dryer was not able to vent the hot air produced due to a plugged dryer vent. Checking the airflow of a dryer is done with two methods. The first is back pressure and the second is air flow velocity. These are two very different things but both are important in determining the safety of your dryer system.

-Taking Dryer Vent Measurement Readings-

It is important to take measurement readings before dryer vent cleaning to see where the system is at as a base, taking measurements after dryer vent cleaning shows the client the improvement in their airflow which means increased safety, energy efficiency, shorter drying times, and less wear on drying equipment.

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Make the Safe-Clean Change for 2020!