As part of our commitment to keeping our community safer, Dryer Vent Wizard of North Jersey shares industry knowledge with Ramsey, NJ residents. Learn about dryer vent safety, warning signs, and news here!
Fire Safety Tips for the Holidays
December is here, which means holiday celebrations, loads of beautiful lights, candles, and holiday greens! While we enjoy the beauty of the holiday season, items like lights and greens can pose huge fire risks if you aren’t careful, which can turn your celebrations into devastation. Did you know? Christmas trees are the cause of roughly 200 home fires every year. Plus, there are approximately...
Thanksgiving Fire Safety Tips
Thanksgiving is almost here; who else is excited to stuff themselves with food and spend time with loved ones? We certainly can’t wait! Before the holiday arrives, though, we want to share a few Thanksgiving fire safety tips with you so you can have the safest holiday possible.
No! Don’t Put That in the Dryer!
Dryers are heavy-duty items, so chances are you don’t usually think about the kind of damage that can come to them simply by doing your laundry regularly. But putting the wrong kinds of items in your dryer can not only damage the item, but it can harm your dryer, too. Plus, it might even raise the chances of you having a dryer fire. Here’s a look at some items you’re probably tossing into your...
Are You Shortening the Lifespan of Your Dryer and Washer?
Did you know your dryer and washer should last for at least a decade, if not longer? If you’ve found that your previous machines didn’t last that long and are concerned about how long your current machines will last, this will help. It’s likely there are thing you’re doing that are taking years off the lives of your dryer and washer. So, what do you need to avoid doing?
Answering One of Our Most Frequently Asked Questions
When Dryer Vent Wizard comes to inspect and clean your dryer vents, there’s a lot going on. We aren’t just cleaning all that lint out, and one of our most frequently asked questions during inspections is, “What are you measuring and why?”. What measurements are these? They’re the measurements we take when we’re doing the diagnostic inspection that assesses back pressure and airflow. So, here’s...