Dryer Vent Rerouting
Dryer vents need to be routed to the exterior of the home. When they terminate in attics, garages, or any other interior space, this is a very serious issue and should be resolved immediately. Routing your dryer vent to another spot in the interior of your home can cause a fire, but it can also highly reduce the airflow capabilities of the system and lead to serious mold and mildew hazards. Have your dryer vent rerouted by Full Home Construction to not only save your family from a fire, but also from mold, mildew, and even carbon monoxide.
Your vent duct may also be improperly supported and may require rerouting to ensure no further problems. Sagging causes damage in the duct, and sometimes there’s no other room for another support. It’s when this happens that a rerouting is necessary.
Rerouting a duct within the home requires knowledge of the appliance and its exhaust, as well as contracting and construction knowledge. The duct runs from the dryer itself through your laundry room wall, then through your home’s framework until it reaches the exterior where it can properly exhaust heat. Sheetrocking skills, carpentry skills, and duct working skills are all extremely helpful when rerouting your dryer vent. Plus, if your vent ends up requiring some turns to reach the exterior of the house, it’s crucial to ensure that the transitional ducts are fastened properly to ensure no air escapes into your home.
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