CHINO DRYER VENT CLEANING
For the best Chino dryer vent cleaning, you can trust Southern California Dryer Vent Cleaning. The first inhabitants of the Chino were the Tongva who had a settlement in the Sta Ana watershed. In the early 1800’s, the land became part of the Mission San Gabriel. In 1810, Don Antonio Maria Lugo acquired vast tracts of land and in 1841, he was granted the rights to what became known as Rancho Sta Ana del Chino. In 1887, the Rancho was acquired by Richard Gird who subdivided the land into small ranches and allotted 640 acres to the town of Chino, later incorporated into a city in 1910. The area was devoted to agricultural land From 1950’s to the 1980’s Chino was a leading dairy producer and it became the largest milk producing community in the country’s largest milk producing state.
Beginning in the 1970’s, the area began to transition from a rural community to a suburban city and development has taken on a more middle class character.
We offer to this city's residents fast, efficient and expert Chino dryer vent cleaning. Because this is our sole business, we guarantee that what we quote is the price you pay- no add ons or upselling to purchase other services.
We cannot emphasize enough the many advantage of regular dryer vent cleaning and maintenance. The first benefit of clean dryer vent is improved air quality. Clogged dryer vents can cause an enormous amount of dust and particles to escape into your home or living space. This can cause allergies and respiratory problems.
Clogged dryer vents puts enormous stress on your dryer and can significantly reduce the life of your dryer and its parts. Instead of waiting for your dryer to conk out, it is wise to do some preventive maintenance and in the process, prolong the life of appliance.
We are often asked of the telltale signs that your dryer vent need cleaning. For starters, the FSPA recommends that dryer vents be inspected and cleaned once a week. If it has been a year since your last Chino dryer vent cleaning, then it is definitely time to call for service again.
Here are other symptoms to watch our for:
Garments are not drying completely after a normal drying cycle
A musty odor lingers in the clothing following the drying cycle
Clothes feel unusually hot to touch after a complete drying cycle
The dryer vent hood flap does not properly open as it is designed to do during the operation of the dryer,
Debris is noticed within the outside dryer vent opening.
Drying time for clothing takes longer than 35 to 40 minutes in duration. This would definitely cause your energy bills to rise and who would want that?
Excessive heat is noticed within the room in which the dryer is being operated
Excessive odor from dryer sheets that are used during the drying cycle
When the duct is clogged, the airflow in your dryer is restricted and this affects its ability to expel heat and moisture. This can significantly increase the drying time per load. At $2 to $3 per load, the dryer is one the expensive appliances to operate in the home. A proper cleaning of your dryer vent will dramatically reduce energy bills.
The most significant reason of all? FIRE SAFETY. Each year, around 15,000 structure fires are caused by clogged dryer vents. Being a retired firefighter with experience of more than 30 years, I have seen enough of these. A lot of them could have been prevented. With a one hour dryer vent cleaning process, you buy yourself some peace of mind.