Dryer Vent Repairs & Installation
At Vent Busters, we understand the risks and inconveniences that come with a failing dryer vent. When flexible duct work is installed or not properly maintained, it can lead to moisture problems, lint accumulation in the home’s structure, and even the potential for a dangerous fire.
With our vast experience in Greensboro, we have successfully fixed or replaced thousands of dryer vents, providing homeowners with peace of mind. Our approach is simple yet effective: we only use high-quality, code-approved metal ductwork and components. This ensures that your exhaust system is not only safe, but also efficient.
Choose Vent Busters for a reliable solution to your dryer vent concerns. Don’t settle for anything less than the best when it comes to the well-being of your home and your family’s safety. Contact us today and let us create a durable and pest-resistant dryer vent system that you can count on.
Frequently Asked Questions
Dryer vents are supposed to be built using heavy duty metal ductwork and have a short clear path to the outside. Unfortunately home builders and handymen used inferior materials for decades and many homes across Greensboro are having issues with failed vents and exhausting into the structure of the home or sometimes no where at all!
Flexible tubing, plastic, PVC and even improperly installed metal duct work can trap moisture and lint. If the installer was careless enough to use these cheap materials they usually don’t do a great job at sealing or securing the vent either. This leads to broken vents, moisture problems, long dry times and can even cause a fire.
Dryer vents are usually installed in the dark recesses of our homes. Attics, crawl spaces, basements and other hard to reach areas. It can be hard to tell where the vent is or what kind of condition it is in.
During any cleaning or evaluation call we are able to run tests on the vent to check for issues and are experts at navigating these hard to reach places for inspection.
If there is any type of white plastic tubing or flexible material involved beyond the actual dryer hookup, there is reason for concern.
It usually isn’t as bad as you would think. My customers always have a sigh of relief when I give them my price. There is always great value in the work we put into a replacement or repair project versus the cost to the customer.
Have Vent Busters out to evaluate your system. We will pinpoint any issues and provide a clear explanation and gameplan to resolve them.