Dryer Venting & Dryer Vent Parts
Dryer vents and exhaust vent parts are critical to home appliance operation and safety. Dangerous situations can occur when you have clogged venting, ruptured flex-hoses, or even animals inhabiting your exterior vents. Look no further than McCombs Parts Supply Co for all your dryer supplies and exhaust duct replacement part needs; from dryer vent cleaning kits and lint brushes to indoor dryer vent boxes, exhaust hose, and periscope dryer venting. We carry a wide selection of Dundas Jafine duct, vent, and exhaust products.
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But before perusing our vent supplies, be sure to correctly identify the problem. Selecting the wrong type of replacement part can have disastrous results, for example, the use of plastic or vinyl flexible vent hoses on a dryer exhaust can be a sever fire hazard.
- Are you having any of these ventilation problems?
- The Dryer Is Getting Too Hot
- Clothes Take Forever to Dry in Dryer
- Clothes Are Covered with Lint in Dryer
- Excessive Moisture on Walls in Bathroom
- Exhaust Fan Has No Suction
- Wet Spot on Ceiling
- Bathroom Fan Not Working
After troubleshooting, you’ll most likely find that all of these issues are a result of damaged or clogged exhaust venting. Check your exhaust ducts and clean out any trapped dust, lint, and moisture with rags and a vacuum, or pick up one of our Dundas Jafine dryer vent cleaning kits. If the exhaust hose is too deep in the walls or ceiling, call a local duct and vent cleaning professional. Also, don’t forget to inspect and clean the external/outdoor exhaust vents. Too often these can clog from tree debris, dirt, or even animal nests.
If you’re experiencing problems likes those above, don’t worry, McCombs Supply Co. can help. We stock the best exhaust fan and dryer vent replacement parts.
Dundas Jafine Venting Supplies we carry:
- Vent Exhaust Hoods
- Vent Hoses
- Vent Ducting
- Dryer Vent Hoods
- Dryer Vent Louvered Hood
- Dryer Vent Louvered Vent Kit
- Dryer Vent Louvered Hood w/ Pest Guard
- Dryer Vent Heat Keeper
- Dryer Vent Cap and Gasket Kit
- Dryer Vent Duct Cleaning Lint Trap Removal Brush Vacuum Kit
- 90° Space Saver Aluminum Venting Duct
- Metal Dryer Vent Connection Kit
- Dryer Flex Aluminum Venting
- Aluminum Dryer Venting with Clamps
- DrySafer Dryer Lint Alarm
- Indoor Dryer Exhaust Kit
- Dryer Indoor Vent Bucket Kit
- Vinyl Flexible Vent Ducting for Bathroom Exhaust Venting
- Aluminum Flex Duct Venting
Proper installation of these products is very important to avoid problems and hazards down the road. Consult a certified electrician, handyman, or duct/vent professional if you are uncertain on the best practices for installing ducts and venting in your home.Here are some exhaust venting installation tips:
- Clothes dryers should not vent inside your home without an official indoor dryer exhaust kit or indoor vent bucket. The humid exhaust could result in mold and mildew problems.
- Dryer exhaust ducts should not exceed 25 feet between the dryer to the exterior vent.
- Keep exhaust venting lines as straight as possible. Any 90-degree bend in a ventilation duct could result in trapped lint, dust, and moisture, further restricting airflow and leading to hazardous conditions. If turns in ducting is necessary, use 45-degree bends instead of adding 90-degree duct corners.
- Allow enough space in the ceiling above bathroom vent fans as not to puncture, pinch, or compress the exhaust hose ductwork.
- Add support for flexible exhaust ducts when installed along ceiling rafters to avoid sagging and unwanted curves that can prevent all the moisture and lint from blowing through.
- After duct installation, be careful not to push the dryer too close to the wall and crush, kink, or dislodge the flex venting or rigid ducting.
Just as proper venting installation is important to avoid problems, so is routine exhaust duct maintenance. Lack of maintenance and vent cleaning is a significant factor contributing to fires and poor duct airflow, as well as poor air quality. All ducts and exhaust venting should be cleaned or inspected every 6-12 months. And, be sure to clean dryer lint filters regularly.Dryer Venting Problem Warning Signs:
- Clothes take an unusually long time to dry
- Clothes are hotter than usual at the end of the cycle
- Outside of dryer is unusually hot
- Damper (or flappers) on exhaust termination doesn’t open or barely opens when dryer is on
- Laundry room feels warmer or more humid than normal
- Unexplained moisture stains appear in concealed dryer exhaust duct area
- Burnt smells in laundry room
If you encounter any of these exhaust warnings, immediately turn off your dryer and contact a certified electrician or duct/vent cleaning professional.
McCombs Supply Co. has the replacement parts you need to keep your dryers and bathroom fans venting properly and safely for many years to come. Browse our selection of available duct and vent supplies below or search above with the part name or model number.
Call us at 717-299-3866 if you can’t find the part you need!
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