All Blog Posts Tagged 'dryer' (5)

Why do I need a duct cleaning if my home was just renovated or if I purchased a flipped home?

Why do I need a duct cleaning if my home was just renovated or if I purchased a flipped home?

In the process of renovations, walls are pulled apart, cabinets are installed, carpet is removed, flooring is installed, and wood is cut. During that process, dust is created by sanding, drilling,…
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Added by Fresh Air Duct Cleaning on May 21, 2015 at 7:59am — No Comments

Allergies and Your Home Ottawa

Did you know that Dust Mites account for 70% of all allergies?

What does this mean to you? Over time,ducts fill up with contaminants such as dust, dirt, and debris; if you have an allergy sufferer in your home, this could spell days or even months of sneezing, coughing, and itchy or watery eyes. Imagine suffering…
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Added by Fresh Air Duct Cleaning on May 21, 2015 at 7:49am — No Comments

Moving in to a new home and why you should get a Duct Cleaning

Did you just move into your home or Are you about to move into a home?

When we move into homes, it is very difficult to know how diligent the previous homeowner was about the general maintenance and upkeep of their home. If your new home operates using a duct system, then it is time to think about getting your …
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Added by Fresh Air Duct Cleaning on May 21, 2015 at 7:37am — No Comments

Drying Time Too Slow? A Dryer Exhaust Duct Power Ventilator May Help

By Trish Holder

I wash, dry, and fold approximately 10 loads of laundry per week.  It is a constant logistical challenge to allocate enough time for these sequential chores.

Imagine what would happen if it took twice as long to dry the clothes.  I’d be frantically drying my kids’ soccer uniforms with a hair dryer, while they paced about in that “My world is ending and it’s all your fault!” sort of way that teenagers are famous for.  What parent needs more…

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Added by Trish Holder on February 28, 2014 at 1:59pm — 1 Comment

Dryer Problems: Inefficiency and Fire

Clothes Dryer Problems Can Lead to Inefficiency and Fire.

by Don Ames,   www.detectenergy.com

Story appeared in my local newspaper the other day about an apartment laundry room that had dryer problems. It occurred to me, being the highly trained home energy auditor that I am, that any clothes dryer that had such a problem that it would catch fire, must have been a very inefficient clothes dryer for a long…

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Added by Don Ames on December 18, 2011 at 11:03pm — 2 Comments

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