Dryer Vents and Early Fall

Dryer Vents and Early Fall

Cleaning your dryer vents before the winter comes is important. It is especially wise for you to understand how dryers work during the winter season. Before the weather gets cold, you need to get the exhaust air maintain its system. This is because during winter, the temperature gets colder affects the performance of the dryer vents. To understand better about this, here are Safe Short Duct work
Decreasing damages from lint is important during winter. In order to reduce the damages, you need to use short duct works. The following are safe manners in installing or preparing dryers for the upcoming winter:

  • The duct work should be atleast 25 ft. long
  • The exhaust should run straight
  • There should not be any curved duct ports

Know more about Winter Washing
When winter hits, there will be several changes on how things would work when you’re washing your clothes. A dry by dry process of regularly removing the lint is encouraged so further damages can be avoided. You also need to understand the duration of the washing time for each kind of clothes. As for heavy and thick clothes like sweatpants and snow-wet clothes, you need to understand the washing and drying time lengths they need since they are heavy and they take longer time in drying. Using a single dry cycle is also safer to use than multiple short cycles.

The Process of Lint Removal
When fall comes, deep cleaning of the lint would be a perfect idea. After the winter, the lint inside your dryer will be clogged up. This could mean other costs for you since you’re again going to need to call for services to clean it for you. All these could even more give you hassles. Therefore, you should always keep you dryers as healthy as possible. You can make that possible by following proper measures.

Lint forms within isolated areas, and that’s basically why we often fail to completely clean them up. Here are possible places inside your dryer unit where lint can be seen:

  • Inside the dryer’s lint trap
  • In the dryer’s duct hose and wall duct
  • On the outside vent flap

Cleaning the lint from those places can easily solve the problem. However, unplugging the lint trap, disconnecting the exhaust tube, and using brush dryer are not bad ideas at all. You also need to put all of its components back in place because this could also trigger the lint’s production inside your dryers and could eventually damage the filtering system. Always remember keep your dryer clean and lint-free so you can be ready as seasons change.