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The Importance of Maintaining Your Dryer Vents

Not a great deal of attention is placed on the clothes dryer in the home, other than opening the door, tossing the wet laundry into its drum, cleaning the lint filter, then closing the door and turning the dryer on. We expect it to work each and every time to dry the wet clothing. However, without proper care and routine maintenance, the dryer can be a threat to your family and the safety of your home.

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Does your dryer exhaust system comply with the Building Code?

There's a list of "do's" and "don'ts" to ensure code compliance when installing or updating the dryer exhaust system in your home.

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NEW! The 6WV Premium Wall Vent

Made in the USA from heavy gauge Galvalume® steel with a lighter-gauge Galvalume steel damper, the 6WV Premium WallVent is built to last.

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Defender Access+

The Defender Access+ protects ducts against pesky critters that climb in searching for warmth. The vertical bars allow lint to easily pass through and are powder coated to resist tough Winter conditions. Homeowners can rest easy knowing their dryer ducts are protected and venting efficiently.

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Effectively remove ink from the dryer's drum

BetterVenting outlines an effective method of removing ink from the dryer's drum

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The New 6-Inch Wall Vent Keeps Exteriors Beautiful

Manufactured to the same exacting specifications as the DryerWallVent, this new 6-inch, powder coated, Galvalume® steel vent closure helps keep a consistent look for the entire home.

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Introducing the Sleek, Low-Profile Kitchen & Bath Vent

The low-profile aesthetic of the 6-inch Premium Wall Vent helps keep home exteriors beautiful. Designed to support kitchen and bath exhaust systems, this new 6-inch vent is engineered to provide long-lasting performance.

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Tips for preparing your washload

Most dryers today have sophisticated features and these tips may help you avoid ruined clothing, equipment service calls, or worse yet, dryer replacement down the road.

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The Dryerbox Adds Fire Protection in the Laundry Room

In most homes, the dryer transition hose is damaged as the dryer is pushed towards the wall. Semi-rigid and flex hose are easily crushed and bent, restricting airflow and accumulating lint.

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A Safer Laundry Room AND With More Space?

Space in the laundry room is valuable and there's often not enough of it! The Dryerbox allows you to place the dryer closer to the wall without crushing the exhaust hose or restricting the dryer's airflow.

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Dryerbox and DryerWallVent

The Dryerbox protects the transition duct safely inside the wall, allowing room to push the dryer farther back and giving you more space in the laundry room. The DryerWallVent exceeds code compliance requirements for safely venting a dryer in the home.

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Coming Soon: The New 6-Inch Premium Wall Vent

Designed to vent exhaust from a kitchen’s range hood and bathroom fan to the exterior, this 6-Inch Premium WallVent fully supports systems with an airflow volume of 70+ CFM.

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DryerJack Roof Vent Termination

If you’re seeking a roof vent termination to vent your dryer’s exhaust, it’s important to know that the design of many roof vents can actually restrict the dryer’s airflow.

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The Versatile Dryerbox Model DB-480

Keeping the laundry room running safely and efficiently is easier than ever with the Dryerbox. The in-wall receptacle protects the transition duct from kinks and bends, allowing the dryer to be pushed back safely against the wall.

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Reasons to choose the Defender Access+ Vent Guard

Birds and squirrels can be persistent in making a home in your ducts. The Defender keeps them out. Zinc coated steel is powder coated to resist corrosion, delivering lasting protection for existing wall terminations. Patented vertical bars keep creatures out while minimizing lint buildup and are easy to clean.

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Reasons your clothes smell damp or moldy after the drying cycle

If your laundry area, your dryer or your clothes have a musty, moldy odor to them after the drying cycle, this can be a sign of a poorly-functioning dryer exhaust system.

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Tips for organizing your laundry space

Organizing the laundry room is probably the last thing on your list, but doing so will make you feel so much better about this space.

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Which type of exterior dryer vent is best?

The venting of moisture to the outside prevents it from building up in the laundry space and creating an environment for mold and mildew to thrive.

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Replacing crushed dryer exhaust duct

If the exhaust duct appears to be kinked, or is crushed, it’s time to consider replacing it with DryerFlex - a safer, crush-resistant choice.

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Tips to help extend the life of a dryer

BetterVenting has some tips to help extend the life of your dryer.

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