Prevent bugs and rodents from getting in while allowing heat and moisture to escape efficiently
Warren, MI – Dryer vent cleaning is the best way to prevent dryer fires and improve dryer performance by promoting efficient air flow. Dryer Vent Wizard specializes in Dryer Vent cleaning and new dryer vent installation while educating consumers about safe, green dryer vent systems.
Unlike older dryer vent, the No-Pest Vent installed by the Wizard is more efficient and much safer to use. The vent closes up tight when the dryer is not in use, to prevent bugs and rodents from entering the home. When the dryer is in use, the vent is open to allow the most efficient air flow possible to reduce drying time.
The No-Pest Vent does not have a screen or guard that can collect lint, plug up and reduce air flow efficiency. Clogged dryer vent systems are a fire hazard and they cause the dryer to cost substantially more money to operate.
The innovative no-pest design dryer vent comes in three different colors; white, tan and brown, and two styles; J-block or wide mount to accommodate different mounting areas.
Dryer Vent Wizard (http://www.dryerventwizard.com) is making the world safer, one dryer vent at a time. Eliminate fire hazards, save energy, keep pests out and enjoy peace of mind knowing the dryer is working safely and efficiently
Dryer Vent Wizard is the nation’s largest dryer vent service provide with nearly 60 franchised locations in the U.S. Visit http://www.dryerventcleaningservice.com/ to learn more.
About Dryer Vent Wizard:
Dryer Vent Wizard is a member of the National Fire Protection Association and the largest chain of dryer vent cleaning, repair, replacement and alternation specialists in the U.S. with over 60 franchisees in major markets. Dryer Vent Wizard franchisees work to promote public awareness on the importance of dryer vent cleaning to prevent dryer fires and save energy. Consumer education while making clothes dryers safer and greener are the main focus of DVW franchisees. Dryer Vent Wizard was founded in 2004 by Dave Lavalle who is also the founder of the Mr. Handyman franchise.