Dryer Vent Cleaning – This Is How We Do It.

Dryer Vent Cleaning – This Is How We Do It.

In this video Matt with the Dryer Vent Doctor explains how his company proffesionally cleans dryer vents.

19 thoughts on “Dryer Vent Cleaning – This Is How We Do It.

  1. Wondering if this technique might work better with a leaf blower? Seems like you could get better air velocity to blow out rather than suck in.

  2. what brand of vent brushes and sticks do you use? Also, was that just a 4 or 5 inch abs elbow pipe you connected the vent and vacuum to? Yours look a littler bit better than the typical linteater homeowner brand on the market. Thanks

  3. the top right side of the dryer is a little device with that blue light on it. Does that little device measures the pressure coming from the dryer discharge. I seen a video that says if there’s too much lint in the discharge tube the device will blink a certain light or sound and alarm. Is this device available at home Depot

  4. I’m looking at the LintEaterPro Rotary Dryer Vent Cleaning System. In the description it says “No shop vac needed using the dryer adapter” could anybody explain what they mean? like how the same results would be achieved with or without a shop vac?

  5. what is that special “y” shaped fitting that connects the vacuum hose and allowed him to insert the dryer vent cleaning rod?

  6. I do HVAC for a living and I can’t seem to understand how you are able to vacuum the lint from inside of the house. All of the dryer vent ducts I have installed has a back draft damper and that prevents air from coming back inside the house from the outside. Maybe in your area there are no back draft dampers.

  7. Do you have anyone you recommend to do this professionally in the Dallas/ Ft. Worth area?

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