Your dryer vent is responsible for exhausting air from your dryer to the outside of your property. When your dryer vent works properly, your dryer operates efficiently and the interior of your home or business stays free of excess heat and moisture. When your dryer vent doesn’t do its job, energy bills rise and so does the risk of fire on your property. To ensure maximum efficiency, safety, and longevity, it’s important to invest in a high-quality dryer vent built to last.
At Copperlab, we carry a selection of dryer vents made from copper and stainless steel to optimize air conductivity and weather-resistance. Both high-performing and aesthetically-pleasing, our copper dryer vent products are excellent choices for homes and business alike.
The Superiority of Copper and Stainless Steel
Dryer vents products on the market today are made from a variety of materials, including plastic, galvanized steel, aluminum, and several others. While dryer vents made from these materials can work in the short-term, they often experience lint build-up and corrosion from moisture exposure over time. At Copperlab, our dryer vents are made from copper and stainless steel to resist corrosion and other forms of weathering while maximizing air conductivity. Copper and stainless steel do not rust, which means our drains last a lifetime. Plus, these materials give our drains an elegant, finished look that compliments the exteriors of any commercial or residential building.
Dryer Vent Sizes, Styles, and Options at Copperlab
To ensure optimal performance for your dryer vent — and to keep your property safe — it’s important to clean and inspect your dryer vent regularly. Hot air, moisture, and trace lint particles pass through your vent with each use of your dryer. Most of the lint is caught in the filter, but some can make it through and collect in the vent itself. If left to build up, this lint can catch on fire due to compressed hot air from the dryer. Lint buildup blocking your vent can also cause hot air and moisture to collect inside your home or business, causing your AC to work harder and raising your energy expenses. Cleaning your dryer vent regularly will keep you safe and save you money.
Vent replacement is also recommended for rusted and corroded dryer vents. However, with our stainless steel and copper dryer vents here at Copperlab, corrosion is no longer an issue. Resistant to electrolysis and environmental rusting, our dryer vents are built to last a lifetime.