Dave Lavalle, the founder of Dryer Vent Wizard, was featured on the Franchise Interviews podcast where he discussed the benefits of opening a Dryer Vent Wizard franchise. Listen to the full interview here.

It's officially spring, and that means it's time for some deep cleaning and routine home maintenance! One area to always check are external vents which connect to your heating and cooling systems, dryer, and more. Birds and rodents may have entered your vents due to a missing or damaged vent cap, obstructing the vent and potentially releasing toxins into your home.   Birds pose a common threat for dryer vents in the spring as they look for an ideal nesting spot. The nest clogs the vent,

“My dryer is taking too long to dry a load of clothes, so it must be broke…right”?

Dryer Vent Wizard owners across the country hear this statement on a daily basis and customers are surprised to learn that in most cases their dryer is working properly and a clogged dryer vent is the real culprit.

No need to feel bad if you find yourself in this situation, most people never give their dryer vents a second thought. Just count yourself lucky that damp clothes are

I know what you are thinking…how hard could it be to clean out my dryer vent?   I could save money if I do it myself rather than having it professionally cleaned!  Armed with the proper knowledge, the appropriate tools, enough time, the right safety equipment,  and a reasonably straight vent line,  you may be correct, but then again…here are some of the problems you may run into or cause if you try to clean the line yourself.

John Ryley, owner of Dryer Vent Wizard of Suffolk County, has been awarded with the 2012 Business Partner of the Year Award by the Community Associations Institute (CAI) – Long Island Chapter.

“As you all know, he attends every CAI – Long Island event, has gone above and beyond supporting our local chapter, and was recently named the winner of the 2012 Business partner of the Year Award…,” details the CAI – LI Autumn Newsletter.

Six years ago Ryley and his nephew opened

John Ryley, owner of Dryer Vent Wizard of Suffolk County, has been awarded with the 2012 Business Partner of the Year Award by the Community Associations Institute (CAI) – Long Island Chapter. This is the second time Ryley has been awarded this title, with 2010 being the first.

Congratulations to Ryley and Dryer Vent Wizard of Suffolk County!

Dryer Vent Wizard, Keith O’Loane visited Joe Gagnon The Appliance Doctor on WAAM Talk 1600, who for more than 25 years has helped thousands by guiding them through major appliance repairs, to discuss dryer fire safety and true stories from the field.

In an effort to prevent future dryer fires, and keep homes safe O’Loane, a Dryer Vent Wizard professional in Kentucky, explained that PVC, plastic, and foil vents are not code compliant materials to use as dryer vents, and can even build

“Prevent a fire, clean your dryer” was the message on purple wristbands distributed across the country by Dryer Vent Wizard (DVW) in October, during National Fire Prevention Month.

DVW franchisees throughout the United States participated in fire department open houses, community events, on-air interviews, and more to help raise public awareness that poorly maintained or clogged dryer vents are the leading cause of over 15,500 dryer fires every year.

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Jeff Allen, a franchisee from Clarksville, Tennessee has been a franchisee with Dryer Vent Wizard since November, 2013. On this episode In this podcast, Jeff is interviewed by the host of WJZM for the Good Morning Clarksville, Mind Your Business broadcast. Jeff, a retired vet, talks about how he came to choose Dryer Vent Wizard as a franchise, the support he received from the home office, and the services he provides.

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To help prevent dryer fires during National Fire Prevention month in October, Dryer Vent Wizard (DVW) John Ryley participated in Fire Prevention Day in Manorville, NY.

Ryley joined the Manorville Fire Department providing dryer fire safety information and prevention tips to the community. Dryer vents contribute to nearly 17,000 fires every year, and failure to clean is the leading factor.

Appliance manufacturers recommend to have your dryer vent cleaned and inspected by

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