Dryer fires peak at an all time high in the month of January: Fire can occur when the lint builds up in the exhaust ducts or in the dryer itself.
The usual outcome of the extra heat building up is a residential or commercial fire due to lint blocking the required air flow. Continue reading Dryer Fires Peak At An All Time High In the Month of January
Clean Your Dryer Vent
Lint buildup is one of the number one causes of home fires. Every 6 months or at least annually, you should clean your dryer vent. This will not only lessen the chance of you suffering a fire in your home, but it will also help your dryer run more efficiently and dry your clothes in less time. Continue reading Clean Your Dryer Vent