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. Lint buildup, caused by airflow restriction, creates an unsafe environment and forces your dryer to work harder to dry a load of laundry. Many types of roof vents won’t meet the stringent requirements of the building code due to their restrictive airflow properties. Using an inferior roof vent termination could potentially void your dryer’s warranty, raise monthly utility bills or cause a tragic dryer fire in your home.
DryerJack® is engineered to vent the dryer’s exhaust safely and efficiently to the exterior of the home. Superior venting is achieved by the seamless hood with a larger opening, as well as its patented curved damper. Together, these attributes maximize the airflow and help to reduce lint build up. The DryerJack’s larger opening provides easy access for cleaning tools to simplify maintenance.
The RoofNeck, a standard component with the low profile DryerJack Model DJK477, makes roof and attic installations easier and provides added strength. One end connects to the ductwork in the attic, the other end becomes the collar onto which the roof vent is placed.
The top performing DryerJack is built tough in the USA of deep drawn heavy gauge Galvalume® steel with a corrosive-resistant white, tan or black powder coated finish. A mill finish is also available.
As a homeowner, you deserve nothing short of the best, most durable components for your home. Learn more about the DryerJack at https://dryerjack.com/ and place an order to be shipped right to your front door at https://www.betterventing.com/DryerJack-Low-Profile-Model-477-and-The-RoofNeck-Kit .