What is a Laundry Duct Cleaning or Dryer Duct?

A duct is attached to the washing machine or dryer. It is mounted on a wall and linked to our dryer before being routed to the main vent or outside the home. The major function of Laundry Duct Cleaning is to remove the trash and lint that accumulates after washing the garments. 

Everyone has a nice washing machine for washing clothing, and most of us like to keep it in the laundry room so that all of the laundries can be done there. These washers and dryers are linked by laundry ducts, which transport all of the lint outside the home. However, many times when your machine isn’t operating well, it’s not because of poor performance or a problem with the machine; rather, it’s because your machine is OK but you need Laundry Duct Cleaning services. 

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Quality Care provides comprehensive Laundry Duct Cleaning services in Dubai and the UAE for homes, workplaces, and gadgets.

After our specialist has examined it, they will thoroughly clean the vent and duct of any accumulated dirt and lint, making it as good as new. Following that, you will notice that your dryer dries clothing faster, as well as cheaper energy expenses and less pressure on your dryer. The risk of fire also decreases, and you may save a lot of money on your energy bill. Aside from that, the dryer and laundry performance will improve.


The common signs that a laundry exhaust cleaning include:

  1.     Clothes taking too long to dry.
  2.     Excess lint buildup in the ducts, causing a fire hazard.
  3.     Dryer units automatically turning off because the heat is not exhausting.
  4.     Fire dampers in the ducts may malfunction.
  5.     Higher concentrations of lint in the indoor air.
  6.     Rusting of the ducts from holding wet lint for long periods.

Of all these signs, fire is the most serious concern, by and large, as lint is a highly flammable and easily-ignited matter. In hotels and similar facilities, customer service becomes an issue, as slow drying time easily becomes a major problem for the department.  An accumulation of excess lint deposits blowing into the hotel lobby also becomes a black ink in the hotel’s image, as it will readily indicate an unsafe place to stay.  All employees also want to work in a safe environment. When workplace accidents happen it costs money, reduces efficiency, and increases equipment downtime. As a laundry department manager, there are things you can do to reduce the risk of an accident occurring. Because all employees aren’t the same and neither are their past experiences, education and training are key elements to ensuring a safe working environment.
Quality Care Cleaning Services adopts the HVCA TR/19, International Mechanical Code No. 504,  and NFPA 211 as its guiding principles in Laundry Duct Cleaning systems. 


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