Once you decide it's time for that all out dryer cleaning, do you know how to prepare your laundry room for the arrival of a technician?
Honestly, you don't have to do anything, if you don't want to. But the more the technician has to do, the longer they will have to be at your house. Not to mention, it's just nice to try and make the job a little easier on the person coming in to do the work. Here's a quick look at ways to make the professional cleaning of your dryer go much more smoothly.
In the Dryer
Make sure there aren't any clothes in the dryer. This serves a two-fold purpose. First, the technician will likely need to be able to get into the dryer, or at least expose the drum of the clothes dryer while they are working on it. If your clothes are there, they will either have to deal with them, or they could get dirty, after you just washed them. You also may not really want to have someone seeing all of your unmentionables, so it's best to have them out of the dryer before the technician comes in.
Around the Dryer
When you walk into your laundry room, take a common sense look at what is going to get in the technicians way. Any boxes, bags, pet food, cleaning supplies or other items you have stored near and around the dryer are going to slow them down in their work. Try to clear a decent working area around the dryer so they have a place to work.
Problems in Your House
Do you have a pet that doesn't do well with strangers? When the clothes dryer technician is coming to work on your dryer, you need to find a place to safely keep that pet away from them. This also counts if you have a pet that doesn't like loud or unfamiliar noises. The work that it will take to open your dryer, clean out all the parts, and put it back together again could be very noisy and scare your pet.
Having your clothes dryer cleaned professionally at least once a year is a very important part of maintenance in your home. While it's a necessary thing to do, you can make it a less time-consuming appointment by making sure you have taken the necessary steps to give the technician a space and environment where they can get the job done.
This article was written by Horatio Chiorean, owner of Dryer Vent Wizard of Palm Beach, Florida, http://www.dryerventwizard.com serving consumers in Palm Beach County, Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Highland Beach, Gulfstream, Ocean Ridge, Boynton Beach, Lantana, Manalapan, Hypoluxo, Lake Worth, Lake Park, Wellington, Royal Palm Beach, Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, West Palm Beach, Loxahatchee, Jupiter, Tequesta, Greenacres and Broward County. DVW cleans dryer vents and inspect dryer vent systems while educating consumers on fire safety precautions.
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