Newburgh, NY

Newburgh, NY Dryer Vent Cleaning

Serving the members of our community, including the area of Newburgh, NY is important to us. Dryers, over time, collect lint and debris inside the dryer vent line. This forms clogs that hinder your dryer’s ability to expel heat and moisture, decreasing the efficiency of the unit, and creating a dangerous fire hazard. The first step of our dryer vent cleaning service is to perform an extensive visual inspection of your dryer vent to ensure that all parts of the vent line are addressed, including the lint trap, vent shaft, and exit point. Then, our experienced technicians will perform a complete cleaning to restore airflow, using specialized tools to remove all lint, debris, and clogs from your dryer vent.

Dryer Vent Cleaning Benefits


While it is true that a professional dryer vent cleaning can make your dryer look nice, it does so much more than that. 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

Newburgh, NY Dryer Vent Installation & Repair


We do more than just clean your dryer vents. Our friendly technicians are also experienced in all forms of dryer vent installation and repairs. In addition to installing new vents and rerouting and repairing existing vents, we also install booster fans in longer vent lines to improve air flow and reduce lint accumulation. All Materials used in our repairs and installations meet or exceed the requirements of local, state, and federal guidelines.


We provide professional dryer vent services for Newburgh, NY and communities throughout Orange County including Washingtonville and Montgomery!


We are your local experts for Newburgh, 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.