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    Simple list of Do’s and Don’ts help people understand how to maintain a safe and efficient clothes dryer





    (EMAILWIRE.COM, December 31, 2013 ) Chicago Land IL – Education is a bonus provided by the Chicago Land Dryer Vent Cleaning Wizard who focuses on helping his customer understand the importance of dryer maintenance to prevent dryer fires and eliminate a number of other dryer related hazards. Periodic dryer vent cleaning service is important for keeping dryers operating safely and efficiently.

    According to the local dryer maintenance specialist, failure to clean dryer vents is the cause of most dryer performance problems, including dryer fires. Lint accumulation restricts airflow, and makes the dryer to work longer and harder, leading to higher energy bills, and eventually, a dryer fire. Lint is highly flammable, so all it takes is a spark from inside the dryer to start a rapidly spreading fire.

    Manny Diesman, owner of Dryer Vent Wizard (www.chicagolanddryerventcleaning.blogspot.com/) educates his customers while performing an important service. His job is not complete until they understand how their dryer vent system works and how good dryer maintenance will keep it operating safely and efficiently.

    His simple list of do’s and don’ts helps the customer maintain a safe and efficient dryer:

    • Clean the lint filter after every load
    • Have regularly scheduled dryer vent cleaning service
    • Don’t use plastic or flexible foil venting kits for clothes dryers
    • Don’t dry clothing or rags soaked in flammable substances such as cooking oils, gasoline or dry-cleaning solvents which can emit vapors that could ignite or explode
    • Read the manufacturer’s warnings in the use and care manual

    Enjoy peace of mind knowing a number of home hazards are eliminated through a simple inspection and service. Make sure the company hired is licensed, insured and qualified to service dryer vent systems.

    Dryer Vent Wizard provides commercial and residential dryer vent inspections, dryer vent cleaning, repair and new dryer vent installation. Customers enjoy premium service from a dryer exhaust specialist who will make their clothes dryer fire-safe and more energy efficient. Learn more about the benefits of maintaining a dryer vent system at www.chicagolandarea.dryerventcleaningnow.com/

    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 more than 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.


    Contact:

    Manny and Joyce Diesman
    Dryer Vent Wizard Greater Chicago
    534 Barnsdale Road
    534 Barnsdale Road, IL 60526
    Tel: 708-921-9265
    Toll Free: 888-676-6142
    Email: mdiesman@dryerventwizard.com


    This press release was submitted by Right Now Marketing Group, LLC



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