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What Does A Dryer Booster Fan Do?

Have you noticed that it is taking longer and longer for your dryer to dry your clothes? If so, your dryer hose may be clogged. When air gets mixed with moisture, it can cause laundry lint to get stuck on the inside of the dryer hose. Over time, a build up of lint occurs creating a blockage in the hose and slow drying time. This poses a dilemma because you may not be able to clean the hose yourself, and you may need to hire someone to do it for you. The problem with that is the clogging is likely to happen again. The good news is there is an alternative. A dryer booster fan can help your dryer dry your clothes more efficiently, with less lint buildup. The result: your clothes will dry more quickly and you'll save energy -- which is good for you and the planet.

Under the perfect situation, residential (or commercial) dryers will dry clothes timely, and keep doing so. However, problems typically occur when dryers are interconnected to long runs within the duct work. The typical residential dryer won't be able to operate efficiently with undue resistance from long duct work. Further, many times, dryer construction doesn't allow for direct venting in its installation. Not only does this result in higher energy costs and longer dryer times, but needless wear and tear on the dryer.

Dryer booster fans work by boosting airflow through your dryer duct. A dryer booster fan will result in less lint backup and can improve drying times by up to 50%. What's more, they improve the longevity of your dryer. Dryer booster fans are recommended when dryer duct length exceeds 25 feet with no bends, or shorter if your duct has bends. They are also recommended in apartments and condominiums that have concrete firewalls separating the housing units. Centrally located laundry facilities in residential and apartment settings are a good candidate for a dryer booster as is basement laundry areas that don't have direct venting. Lastly, even apartment units with direct individual laundry hook-ups will benefit from dryer booster fans.

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