New City, NY

New City, NY Dryer Vent Cleaning

As members of the local community, we are committed to serving our neighbors, including those in New City, NY. During normal use, lint and debris amasses in the dryer vent line. Once clogged, with even just a little lint, the dryer vent loses the ability to properly and efficiently remove heat and moisture, and the lint build up creates a serious fire hazard. A professional dryer vent cleaning service is necessary to reduce risk of fire and restore your dryer’s efficiency. Our friendly and skilled technicians start with a through visual inspection to ensure that all your dryer vent cleaning needs resolved. Next, specialized tools are used to remove any lint, debris, or clogs from your entire dryer vent line, from lint trap to exit.

Dryer Vent Cleaning Benefits


The benefits of dryer vent cleaning go beyond the obvious but superficial visual improvements. Our dryer vent cleaning benefits include:

  • Reduces Fire Hazards
  • Extends Dryer Life
  • Saves Money
  • Saves Time
  • Decreases Energy Consumption
  • Eliminates Mold Issues
  • Prevents Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
  • Increases Clothing Life

New City, NY Dryer Vent Installation & Repair


In addition to dryer vent cleaning, our experienced technicians can handle any type of dryer vent installation or repair. We are your source for superior dryer vent installation, rerouting, repair, as well as booster fan installation. We will ensure that your dryer vent line is able to properly expel heat, moisture, and lint by only using the safest materials and meeting and exceeding all local, state, and federal guidelines and codes.


If you’re in Cottage, Haverstraw, or any of the surrounding Rockland County communities, we’ve got you covered for complete dryer vent services!


We are the source for all your New City, NY dryer vent cleaning, installation, and repairs. Call us today at (845) 637-2065 to schedule an appointment if you notice any of the following warning signs of a dryer vent clog: excess lint behind dryer, longer than usual drying times, absence of lint on the lint screen, dryer shutting off due to overheating, excess lint on clothing, moldy odor, or extremely hot dryer and clothing.