All Clean Air Duct Cleaning: Dryer Vent Cleaning Now Available In Sandy, Utah

January 15, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Centerville, Utah based All Clean Air Duct Cleaning, has announced that with their premier dryer vent duct cleaning service is now available in Sandy, Utah. The company offers their services in Kaysville, Layton, Lehi, Salt Lake City and many other areas across Utah.

Daryl Olsen of All Clean Air Duct Cleaning, says, “As energy costs increase, more people are becoming aware that their dryer vents may be one of the reasons their clothes are taking much longer to dry and their energy bills are higher than expected. If we are coming to clean your air vents, we can add on our dryer vent cleaning service at the same time. That’s the best way to make sure that your entire home is in tip top shape through the cold winter months when heating systems and dryers are used more.”

A recent customer review on Google highlights the difference that hiring professional cleaners can make. Kristi Sue Kearl gives the company top marks in her 5-Star review, saying, “My dryer was taking 1 1/2 hours to dry a load. We tried cleaning the vent tunnel with a Home Depot kit on our own and didn't see any improvement. In the process, we discovered that the dryer vented to the roof and came out right under a solar panel, which limited our access to the vent opening.”

The review continues, “I explained this to Justin, who is a problem-solver and an out-of-the-box thinker. He came out with a partner. After they checked the dryer vent tunnel and found it was clean, Justin climbed into my attic and accessed the opening from under the roof. He came back down with a grate that had been at the exit of our vent; it was completely clogged with lint. Now we can dry a load in 30 minutes. I am absolutely thrilled!”

The company states that dryer vents often get damaged due to the build up of lint inside them. In addition to taking longer to dry clothes, owners should keep an eye on whether the clothes feel very hot at the end of the drying cycle, a burnt or stale odor lingers around the appliance or the laundry room feels very humid. If the hood flaps fail to open, or only open partially, it is a sign that there is a significant build up of lint and other debris. Learn more here: Dryer Vent Cleaning Sandy Utah.

In fact, dryers are the number one reason for household fires, as the venting and the lint trap are the two most common places where a fire could start. Across the US, over 2,900 home clothes dryer fires are reported each year, causing $35 million in property loss as well as many injuries. According to FEMA, some recorded cases even end in death. The number one reason for these fires is failure to clean the dryer.

All Clean Air Duct Cleaning can provide air duct cleaning, electrostatic furnace filter installation and dryer vent cleaning services at the same time. Those interested may set up an account with the company online and schedule an appointment. Getting air ducts cleaned can make a huge difference, which many people feel immediately—and others see it in the reduction of their monthly utility bills.

On the Google platform, Paul Herrera gives All Clean top marks for their air duct cleaning in his review, saying, “Our ducts had not been cleaned, possibly since the house was built, and we can make out the difference now. Thank you for the cleaning and sanitizing.” Similarly, Leah Bingham says, “I am so happy that I went with All Clean Air Duct Cleaning. The cost they gave me over the phone is what I paid. Justin (the technician that came out) knew what he was doing and did a fantastic job! Justin exceeded all expectations! He worked so hard and got all of my ducts squeaky clean! There weren't any hidden costs.”

Bingham adds, “I did decide while he was here that I wanted the dryer vent cleaned, but even though that was added on in the last moment, it didn't add much on to my bill. In the end, my total cost for the whole job (including sanitizing) was a little more than $400. I am beyond happy with this whole experience, and I wholeheartedly recommend All Clean Air Duct Cleaning!”

Separately, Olsen responds, “We are grateful to all our customers who leave their honest feedback online. It makes us very glad we could help them. If you want to see the same difference, just give us a call or schedule an appointment for us to come out and see you. We will work around your schedule as best we can, Monday through Saturday.”

Those who need reliable dryer vent cleaning services are urged to call the company to follow up on any inquires and schedule an appointment. A full description of their services is available on the All Clean Air Duct Cleaning website as well, along with blog articles that share some of the results they achieved with their customers. Similarly, those active on Facebook are invited to follow them to stay abreast of their news and announcements.

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For more information about All Clean Air Duct Cleaning, contact the company here:

All Clean Air Duct Cleaning
Daryl Olsen
801-298-2788
contact@allcleanairductcleaning.com
1164 West 850 North
Centerville, Utah 84014

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