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coupon   Clothes dryers are often badly neglected by Minneapolis and St. Paul homeowners. They clean the lint filter frequently, but forget the appliance and its venting system. What most people don’t know is that as much as 50% of the lint generated by a gas clothes drier gets past the filter and enters the dryer vent. There, it can accumulate and build up into a thick layer. Eventually, that causes faulty venting, which cuts down the efficiency of the dryer and can even cause a disastrous fire.

Why Clean Out Your Dryer Cabinet?
The reason is pretty simple really, lint should not be inside your dryer cabinet if your system is running properly. Hot air from your heater element passes through your clothes, through the lint trap, out through the dryers exhaust, through the transition hose, through the dryer vent to the termination point either on your outside wall or up on your roof. If you are cleaning your lint trap each time, and ensuring the exterior vent hood flaps are free from lint you should have very little lint inside your dryer, but it is still there!

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Duct cleaning generally refers to the cleaning of various heating and cooling system components of forced air systems, including the supply and return air ducts and registers, grilles and diffusers, heat exchangers, heating and cooling coils, condensate drain pans (drip pans), fan motor and fan housing, and the air handling unit housing. Typically, a service provider will use specialized tools to dislodge dirt and other debris in ducts, and then vacuum them out with a high-powered vacuum cleaner. In addition, the service provider may propose applying chemical biocides, designed to kill microbiological contaminants, to the inside of the duct work and to other system components. Some service providers may also suggest applying chemical treatments (sealants or other encapsulants) to seal or cover the inside surfaces of the air ducts and equipment housings because they believe the sealant will control mold growth or prevent the release of dirt particles or fibers from ducts.
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