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DryerWallVent with a paintable, primed finish

Introducing the DryerWallVent with a paintable, primed finish to provide the aesthetic versatility you need beyond the standard color options of white, tan, brown and black.

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Top 10 Reasons to install the DryerWallVent

These are the top 10 reasons to install the DryerWallVent for your dryer wall termination.

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Selecting the correct dryer cycle

Learn which dryer cycles are the best choices for caring for different types of fabrics.

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Top 5 Reasons to Install the Dryerbox

Here are the top five reasons to install the Dryerbox, complete with an illustrative video.

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The Top 5 Reasons to Install DryerFlex

Dryer exhaust duct materials and performance are not all the same. Here are the top five reasons you should choose DryerFlex for your dryer exhaust duct:

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DryerWallVent - Testaments to its quality and functionality

These comments from customers are testaments to the quality and functionality of the DryerWallVent.

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DryerFlex Features and Benefits

DryerFlex is the toughest transition hose available.

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Improve Efficiency, Dry Faster, Save Money!

Are your clothes not drying like they should? If your laundry is taking a long time to dry, that’s an indication of a clogged dryer duct.

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Common Dryer Problems

BetterVenting has assembled some tips to help you pinpoint the problem with your dryer. It’s necessary to understand the problem at hand so that you’ll know what’s involved, how to go about fixing it and have a better idea of how long it will take.

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Tips to make a laundry room safer

The easiest way to make your laundry room safer is by using the right transition duct. Dryers naturally vibrate and become pushed back against the wall, crushing the duct and creating a dangerous fire hazard.

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Clogged vents and duct cleaning

A dryer exhaust duct that is clogged with lint not only affects the performance of the dryer, it also creates the perfect environment for a dryer fire. Ducts that are bent, crimped, crushed or twisted in any fashion tend to collect more lint than straight ducts. The lint builds up over time and other factors, such as sticky residue from dryer sheets, condensation, critters living inside the ductwork, and how often the lint trap is cleaned, all contribute to restricting the airflow in the dryer exhaust duct.

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5 tips to reduce the risk of home fires

Every day in the U.S. there are approximately 1,000 home fires. Here are five tips to reduce the risk and keep your family safe:

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Things that should never be placed in the dryer

Clothes dryers are convenient appliances to dry loads of laundry. With this convenience comes some inconvenience, limiting what can and cannot safely be placed into a dryer.

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Going Green

Dryer sheets might smell nice, but environmentalists say we should skip this step in the laundry process. Chemicals used to make them are released into your clothing from the heat of the dryer.

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Keeping the dryer exhaust system top of mind

When it comes to clothes dryers, one may not think there is much to it other than having this valuable appliance that gets the laundry warm and dry in far less time than air-drying would. Cleaning the lint tray following each load is not enough.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Even though your dryer exhaust duct might be cleaned on an annual basis, it can still accumulate enough lint to hinder the dryer's performance.

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Tips to prevent a dryer fire

It’s important to clean the lint filter prior to each use of the dryer. Adding this step to your laundry routine will aid in the prevention of lint buildup up in the dryer exhaust system, and down the road, a possible dryer fire.

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Why choose the DryerWallVent?

This sleek, durable vent is a top performer in keeping your dryer exhaust flowing to the outside and taking the loose lint with it, preventing lint buildup in your dryer exhaust system.

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Dryer safety tips

There are over 15,000 home fires per year in the U.S. that are dryer related, a clear indication that dryer exhaust duct inspection, cleaning and maintenance cannot be ignored.

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Just say NO to white vinyl flex exhaust duct!

We all grew up with white dryer flex duct and it did the job. Since that, we have learned so much more on its status. It’s no secret that that the knowledge and official warnings on this product highly discourage its use for venting a clothes dryer.

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