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Ensure Safer, Quicker Drying and a Longer-Lasting Dryer — Guaranteed!



Is your dryer taking forever to dry a single load of clothes? Dryers that can’t exhaust properly lead to increased drying times, forcing you to rerun cycles and wait endlessly for your laundry to finish. Your time is too valuable to wait on laundry. Professional dryer vent cleaning can speed up drying times, freeing you up to focus on what truly matters to you.


A struggling dryer isn’t just a time-waster, but a money-waster as well. Running your dryer for longer periods of time significantly hikes up your power bill. Also, the constant overworking of your dryer leads to costly repairs or even the need for a new dryer. Save yourself the money and invest in a professional dryer vent cleaning service.


A clogged dryer vent is more than an inconvenience; it’s a serious fire hazard. Obstructed airflow causes excessive heat build-up in the dryer, and every bit of lint in and around the dryer can easily spark and start a dryer fire. Protecting your home and family from this risk is easy with routine dryer vent cleaning.

“HomeSafe came out and cleaned every point of the system (it hadn’t been cleaned in 30 years). Now, our dryer works better than it ever has!” -Amanda R.


Are you constantly battling any of the following issues while doing your laundry?

Damp Laundry After Dryer Cycle

Extreme Heat or Humidity Near Dryer

Musty or Burning Odors

Dryer Cuts Off Mid-Cycle

Blown Heating Element or Thermal Fuse

Abnormally High Utility Bills

If so, you're not alone.

Many homeowners encounter these frustrating problems, unaware that the problem isn’t their dryer but an issue with their vent. Over time, lint, debris, and even small obstructions can accumulate within the vent, reducing airflow and affecting/hindering your dryer's performance/efficiency.

But there’s good news–we are here to help! With a thorough inspection, we can find the root of your dryer venting problems and fix them, usually all in one day! We can get your dryer working like new again in no time, decreasing your drying times and giving you peace of mind by eliminating a fire hazard.

With our professional dryer vent cleaning services, you can bid farewell to damp laundry, odors, and mid-cycle shutdowns. Our thorough approach tackles every aspect, from clearing blockage to ensuring proper ventilation, ultimately prolonging the lifespan of your dryer and saving you money on utility bills and premature dryer repairs.

Don't let these common laundry woes disrupt your daily life any longer. Contact HomeSafe, Dallas-Fort Worth’s most experienced and trusted dryer vent specialists, to enjoy the benefits of an efficient dryer.

Make laundry suck less: hire our professional dryer vent cleaning specialist today!


Dealing with an inefficient dryer is a burden that consumes too much of your time and energy. You have better things to do than wait on your laundry and more important things to worry about than a potential dryer fire. You need a local team of experienced dryer vent specialists who can guide you in correctly identifying any issues with your dryer and the exhaust duct system and who you can trust to help provide you with honest, lasting solutions. Finding that type of experienced and trusted team will help you avoid even more frustration, worry, and unnecessary expenses.

That's where HomeSafe comes in.

We are the premier dryer vent cleaning company in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Since 2009, we’ve cleaned, repaired, and improved tens of thousands of dryer vents across North Texas. We are a local, family-owned team of dryer ventilation experts specializing in dryer vent cleaning and repairs. We are dedicated to helping homeowners and businesses dry their laundry more efficiently and safely so they can relax and spend their time and money on the things that should matter more.

When you work with HomeSafe Dryer Vent Cleaners, you will always receive:

Expert and Honest Advice

There could be various reasons why your dryer isn't working well. Our professional dryer vent technicians begin every visit with our industry-leading Dryer Vent Inspection - to correctly identify any issues and document all their findings, so you can see what’s going on with your dryer vent. Based on your specific situation, your technician will provide any recommendations that will help and serve you best. Because HomeSafe Dryer Vent Technicians aren’t paid on commission, you’ll rest easy knowing your technician is genuinely there to help you.

Exceptional Service

At HomeSafe, we pride ourselves on the quality of our work. Our professional dryer vent technicians constantly go above and beyond when working in your home or business. Unlike other companies, we use high-grade, specialized equipment made for professional dryer vent cleaning and any other dryer vent-related product or service. We even provide before and after photos, so you can see the work we've done with your own eyes. Your dryer vent cleaning will be done right, guaranteed.

Peace of Mind

We aren’t just a company offering a service; we care about you. When people try the DIY dryer vent cleaner approach, they often end up spending way more time than they anticipated, with poor results (and sometimes, making matters even worse) and headaches. Moreover, you won’t know if your DIY job worked until you use your dryer again. Our locally-owned business promises to leave you feeling confident and at peace because you know precisely what work we did and how it will enhance your dryer’s functionality, efficiency, and service life.

“HomeSafe solved the dryer venting problem in my 80-year-old home, which wasn’t built for a dryer. So glad I called them!” - Becky M.


Step 1: Schedule Your Dryer Vent Inspection

Use our online scheduling tool or call us at (214) 681-9848 to set up an appointment for your dryer vent inspection. In most cases, we provide service within one to two business days (we can sometimes even offer same-day service). Still, if you’re not in a hurry, we offer the option to save 10% by joining our waitlist for your area so we can perform your services on a day when we are already nearby.

Step 2: Receive a Diagnosis

Our professional dryer vent technicians thoroughly inspect your dryer ventilation system to determine any issues. After completing the evaluation, we’ll review all the details with you (showing you before photos, airflow, and heat readings and clearly explaining anything you might have questions about). Then, we’ll provide you with honest recommendations and options that will best help you. After knowing what your dryer vent situation is and how we can help, you decide what you’d like us to do from there — no pressure from us, one way or the other.

Step 3: Let us Clean and Repair

We ensure your dryer ventilation system is operating to maximum efficiency with our internal vent brushing and blockage removal. We will also perform any necessary repairs to your dryer vent, including the dryer vent’s termination hood (whether located on the roof or on the side of your home) and any dryer exhaust duct power ventilators, aka dryer vent booster fans. There is nothing our specialists cannot handle.

Step 4: Enjoy an Effective Dryer

Our technicians will leave you with an efficiently running dryer. As you enjoy your fully functional dryer with proper ventilation, you will spend less time drying your clothes and won’t be worried about fire risks or battling the frustration and expense of keeping your dryer operational.

Fabulous service from scheduling to completion! Took pics of my vent, showed me crazy clogging, and cleaned it all out. Very pleased and highly recommend!” -Melissa M.


Having your dryer vent periodically inspected and cleaned by an experienced professional can significantly improve the efficiency of your appliance, extend its lifespan, reduce energy consumption, and, most importantly, prevent potential fire hazards in your home.

Save Money on Utilities

A clogged dryer vent restricts airflow, causing your dryer to work harder and longer to dry clothes. This leads to increased energy consumption and higher utility bills. Professionally clearing the dryer’s entire exhaust duct, aka dryer vent, allows it to operate at its optimal level, drying clothes more quickly and with less effort - saving you time, money, and frustration.

Eliminate Dryer Fire Risks

Cleaning your dryer vent helps prevent potential fire hazards in your home. Over time, normal lint buildup will restrict your dryer’s ability to exhaust properly and cause backflow - pushing lint back inside your dryer. Lint accumulation in the dryer and vent can ignite from the heat generated by the dryer, leading to a dangerous fire. Regular maintenance removes this highly flammable material, significantly reducing the risk of a dryer-related fire and ensuring the safety of your household.

Gain Back Valuable Time

A clean vent allows for proper airflow, ensuring that hot, moist air (and excess lint) can efficiently escape from the dryer to the outside of your home. Maintaining a clean vent allows your dryer to operate optimally, drying your laundry more quickly and effectively. This means you spend less time waiting for your clothes to dry and more time enjoying other activities or tasks.

Regain Time and Peace of Mind: Schedule with HomeSafe Today!


Sometimes, dryer issues require more than a simple vent inspection. Our expert technicians will recommend other services or products specifically designed to improve dryer performance in those situations.

Dryer Vent Cleaning

The entire dryer vent is brushed clean from end to end with a stainless steel brush while a powerful vacuum removes the lint from the dryer vent.

Bird Nest Removal & Guard Installation

In order to keep birds and other small animals from nesting in your vents and blocking the airflow, we sell and install replacement/new bird guards.

Dryer Vent Repairs & Improvements

We fix disconnected vents, crushed vents, rusted-out vents, and dryer vents made with the wrong materials that could cause all sorts of unwanted problems.

Dryer Vent Rerouting & Replacement

We reroute dryer vents that are unsafe or inefficient (ex: too long, run under the house, too many turns, terminate indoors).

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Many people blame their dryer's inefficiency on the actual dryer, but most of the time it is their dryer vent that is causing the problem. We receive many referrals from dryer repairmen who get calls about broken dryers only to find that it is their vents that are clogged and their dryer is fine. Clogged vents don't allow the hot air and moisture to escape the dryer, so your clothes don't dry very well.

  • Cleaning your vents will most likely save you some money on your power bill since your dryer won't have to expend as much energy and you won't use as many cycles. Average savings are $18-24 per month. The dryer is one of the most costly appliances to operate.

  • The dryer vent can be cleaned from outside the house but it is much more effective if cleaned from the inside. If you prefer our technician not come inside please let us know and we will clean your vent from the outside.

  • It is helpful if you remove all clothing from the dryer and can remove anything on or around the dryer, so our technicians can have easy access to clean your vent as quickly and easily as possible.

    • Video inspection offered to see if you need the service

    • Quality equipment

    • Owner operated

    • Friendly, prompt and thorough technicians

    • Same day service offered

    • Flexible hours to work around your busy schedule

    • Work Saturdays

    • We regularly receive referrals from customers as well as calls to thank us

  • The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) reccommends having your dryer vent cleaned out at least once per year. HomeSafe believes that there are several factors to consider when determining how often you need your vents cleaned:

    • How often is your dryer used?

    • Is your dryer over 10 years old?

    • Is it fullsize or small stackable dryer?

    • Is your vent over 5 feet long?

    • Does your vent have several bends or elbow joints?

    • Do you have a bird guard covering your exhaust exit?

    • I always clean out my lint trap before I dry clothes, do I still need to have my vent cleaned?

    While approximately 70% of the lint is caught in your dryer's "lint trap/screen"--the remainder is blown through the dryer and ventilation tubing. Most of that wet, sticky lint gets stuck on the walls of the duct work and just continues to build up over time causing issues and does need to be cleaned.

  • If your dryer vent is short (6 inches - 1 foot) you can most likely clean it yourself fairly easily. If your vent is longer, home improvement stores do sell dryer vent cleaning equipment. We have had multiple customers tell us that they bought it and tried it themselves, spent hours on end attempting it but were unsuccessful in cleaning the vents. At HomeSafe we have high quality equipment that can clean your vents in a very thorough and efficient manner, saving you time and big headache in the end.

  • The amount of time it takes us to do the job varies depending on how long your vent is, how bad the build up is and if we run into unexpected problems such as bird's nests and disconnected vents. It typically around an hour to complete a job.

  • We have high quality equipment that allows us to do a superior job. We can first assess the build up with our special video camera that we stick into the actual duct work. We start the cleaning by attaching a "y-joint" to the dryer vent opening, which allows us to use a rotary brush and a powerful vacuum at the same time. The brush is attached to a high powered drill and suspended with flexible rods that span the length of your entire vent system. The drill causes the brush to spin very rapidly scraping the vent walls, removing and loosening lint. At the same time that we are brushing the vents clean we use a very high powered(3 motors) industrial vacuum to easily suck all of the lint out of the vents, thus removing the problem.

  • The dryer vent is a ventilation system that connects your dryer to the outside of the house. Your dryer blows hot air through your wet clothes to dry them, this hot air gets blown out of the house through the dryer vent, taking bits of lint with it.

  • A seemingly simple question, but we have discovered that there is a common misconception as to what the "dryer vent" actually is. Some people believe it is the lint trap that they clean out each time they dry their clothes and others think it is the hose that connects their dryer to the wall, both would be mistaken. Your dryer vent(also known as dryer exhaust duct) is the duct work and/or hosing that run from the dryer, through the wall(s), and to the vent hood located on the exterior of the home (usually on a side wall or on the roof).


The whole HomeSafe Dryer Vent Cleaning team is top notch! The technician was very understanding and did not do a high pressure sales job. He was very thorough, and cleaned the vent till it was shiny! Our dryer is running perfectly now--better than it has in years. A great value that has added years of the life to our dryer, and made me feel a lot safer in my home, knowing that it is clear of lint and possible hazards! I *highly* recommend this company!


-Kim D., Garland, TX


These guys rock!! My dryer vent hasn't worked properly in years. They came in, took

care of the problem and cleaned up afterwards. Prompt, courteous and reasonably

priced! Thanks again!!


-Chirley S., Grand Prairie, TX



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