Corona – Many make a habit of cleaning their home, but how often do you clean your dryer vents and HVAC ducting?
Owner and operated of Corona Dryer Vent Cleaning, Kevin Blue, says, “It’s important to know the dangers of neglecting a clogged dryer vent.” A clogged dryer vent can be a fire hazard and a health hazard, according to hbairduct.com. When it’s clogged, it can send carbon monoxide back in to your home or it can possibly catch on fire.
However, Corona Dryer Vent Cleaning can help! They are simply the best at cleaning, repairing, replacing and rerouting dryer vent lines. They can also do the same for your HVAC ducting.
Dryer Vent Cleaning has been family owned and operated since 1982. “We are the little company who covers a very large area,” said Blue. “We believe in family, we love God, and we value our community.”
They are the champions in their industry because they offer “upfront pricing and deliver only quality service,” said Blue.
Blue has been in the cleaning industry since 1982. He found a love for the industry right out of high school. Blue received his first IICRC certification in 1982 where he became an IICRC Carpet Cleaning Technician. From then on, he never looked back. Over the years, the certifications started adding up. A few of his first titles and certifications include Upholstery Cleaning Technician, Drapery Cleaning Technician, Stone and Tile Certification, and Pet Odor Removal Certification. “By 1999, I was certified to do crime scene clean up, flood damages, and so much more.”
In 2000, Blue started moving away from carpet, upholstery and drapery cleaning and soon began air duct and dryer vents cleaning jobs. Blue received a certification from Air-Care of Nevada as an Air System Handler Cleaning Technician. This allowed him to be certified to clean HVAC Systems using the Negative Air Flow Process and Air Duct Decontamination. In 2002, he went to Dallas Fort Worth to be certified by Roto-Brush International for the Roto Brush Process and the Contact Agitation. In addition, Blue also said they received a few national certifications for Commercial and Residential Air Duct Cleaning and Decontamination.
“In 2015, I joined the NCSGA National Chimney Sweep Guild of America, and CSIA Chimney Sweep Institute of America,” said Blue. This is where he received another National Certification called a C-DET Certified Dry Exhaust Technician.
Blue and his company are more than qualified to clean your dryer vents and HVAC ducting. However, what makes them a quality company is that they love to get up in the morning and do their job. “I do what I do because I love the challenge of waking up every-morning traveling to the South Bay, I.E., South and North Orange County, or wherever the job leads me to perform quality work,” said Blue.
Dryer Vent Cleaning Company has three offices located in Corona, Huntington Beach and Hawthorne. Call 562-441-4111 to schedule an appointment today or visit their website at hbairduct.com. They also offer discounts to Military (past and present), Educators, First Responders (Firefighters, Police Officers, EMT), and seniors.