Dryer Vent Services York County PA

Dryer Vent Installation & Repair York County PA

Protect your home and save money on your electricity bill with help from Dryer Vent Wizard. We can replace your existing dryer vents and get them up to the standard to help keep you safe.  Also, we provide professional dryer vent repair services.

Replacing Dryer Vent:

  • We replace the current vent using a semi rigid material or rigid material approved by IRC.
  • We can work with any type of existing vent line.
  • Some homes require drilling through the concrete cinderblock.
  • We have access to all the needed materials.
  • This material is resistive to mold and fire hazards.
  • The material we use is approved by the IRC.

Installing Dryer Vent System:

  • We can install new vent lines, sometimes 30 to 40 feet long.
  • Vinyl, plastic, and foil are vulnerable and can collapse at any time.
  • Our installs and repairs have a lifetime warranty.
  • We carry all of the necessary tools and materials to repair and install your dryer vents.
  • The material we use has been proven to be resistive to hazards.
  • If you currently have vinyl, plastic, or flexible foil vents, it is highly recommended you replace this material, because it is a fire hazard in your home and is not approved by the International Residential Code.

Do's and Don'ts for cleaning your dryer vent

  •  Do's and Don'ts for cleaning your dryer
  • Clean the lint filter before or after each load. Don't forget to clean the back of the dryer where lint can be trapped. 
  • The interior of the dryer and venting system should be cleaned periodically by qualified service personnel. If you notice the drying time is longer, clean the vent system thoroughly to ensure proper airflow. 
  • Replace plastic, vinyl and aluminum foil venting with rigid or flexible metal venting. 
  • Do not dry clothing/fabric on which there is anything flammable (alcohol, cooking oils, gasoline, spot removers, dry-cleaning solvents, etc.). Flammable substances give off vapors that could ignite or explode. 
  • Don't forget to read manufacturers' warnings in use and care manuals that accompany new dryers. Also, warning markings can usually be found on the inside of the dryer's lid and take only minutes to read.