Commercial Dryer Vent Cleaning
Commercial Dryer Vent Cleaning in Nanaimo and Mid-Island Regions
At Elite Cleaning & Restoration, we realize that clear vents are indispensable for protecting lives and assets by avoiding dryer fires. The only sure way of keeping your dryer-related issues at bay and your laundry spinning efficiently is by having your dryer vents cleaned professionally. For over 15 years, we have been providing thorough commercial dryer vent cleaning in Parksville, Qualicum, Nanaimo, and Ladysmith. Whether you run a laundry business or own a hotel with an in-house washing and drying facility, you can rely on our professional crew for your sizable vent cleaning jobs. Let us help you get started with a free quote today!
The Right Cleaning Routine
Since commercial dryers are engineered for high-capacity performance compared to their residential counterparts, the dryer vents require cleaning less frequently. Nonetheless, it is a smart choice to go for a regular cleaning schedule to prevent any potential repair/replacement costs. Since commercial dryers involve high investment, it only makes sense to keep them working at their optimum capacity so that you can ensure healthy profits. Let Elite Cleaning & Restoration help you create a perfect service routine to keep your machine spinning smoothly by eliminating lint and dust buildup within the vent exhaust systems.
Hire Our Commercial Vent Cleaning Experts
Aside from being a potential fire threat, clogged vents put undue strain on your dryer’s efficiency and, in turn, your utility bills. If your commercial dryer is giving out signs that it needs cleaning, heed them, and call us for an inspection immediately. Our professional vent cleaning will restore your commercial dryers to working safely, smoothly, and efficiently again.
Signs Your Dryer Vents Need Professional Cleaning
At times, your dryer can give apparent symptoms when the vents need urgent cleaning, which are:
Increased drying time
Your dryer runs noticeably longer than usual to give out dry clothes. You may even find the clothes to be slightly damp even after a prolonged drying cycle.
Watch out if your dryer emanates heated air during operation, which is physically noticeable, or the clothes come out hot after the drying cycle.
Stop the machine immediately if you smell burning. Lint is flammable by nature, and if it builds up in large amounts in the hose or nearby exhaust, it can catch fire.