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Dryer vent cleaning
Keeping your dryer in working condition includes staying on top of dryer vent cleaning. You probably already regularly clear out the lint trap — but that's the easy part. The vents and ducts that keep your dryer running can also get clogged up with lint. Cleaning out the vents regularly will prevent problems like long drying times and possible fire hazards, which could require more extensive repairs.
If your dryer is past the point where simply cleaning out the lint trap fixes the problem, your local factory-trained specialist at GE Appliance Factory Service can help. Our goal is to complete maintenance and repairs in a single service call so our technicians make sure to travel with a supply of spare parts for fixing unexpected problems.
You need a dryer that is safe, efficient and reliable. Schedule a service appointment online to get one of our skilled technicians to diagnose your dryer issues and have it running as good as new ASAP.
Lint buildup is more than just an inconvenience — it can actually be dangerous. The temperature inside your dryer is high enough that if air doesn't have a way to escape (through the hose and vent), lint could catch fire. That's why dryer vent cleaning is so important. Keeping your ducts free of debris can also:
- Improve dryer efficiency: If your dryer, ducts and vents are clear of lint and debris, air will be able to flow freely, keeping your dryer working how it should. That means you'll spend less time waiting for a cycle to end only to find out your clothes are still damp.
- Save you money: With your clothes drying faster, you'll be using your dryer — and the energy it takes to run it — less. Less energy usage means you'll be saving money on your bills and preventing large, costly repairs.
- Keep dryer working for longer: The life span of a dryer can go beyond 15 years if you take good care of it, making sure to keep it clean and free of lint. Keeping the vents clear will help the machine do its job without working double time to dry a load of laundry that should only take one cycle to finish.
Maintain spotless vents
For your dryer to work the way it's supposed to, it's important to make sure you're keeping up regular maintenance — and that includes clearing lint and any other debris out of the dryer drum, hose, vents and ducts. It's smart to have a professional do a thorough dryer vent cleaning no less than once every two years. Give GE Appliance Factory Service a call and we'll make sure your dryer is running smoothly.
*GE Appliances technicians carry an extensive parts inventory on their service trucks. In the event a part is not available on the service truck, an additional service call may be required.