Las Cruces Air Vent Rerouting
Installing an HVAC or dryer vent system is a tricky process that should be carefully executed by professionals.
As previously mentioned, the HVAC system is essential for the health of your building and its residents. Without a properly installed unit, you run the risk of serious health problems or increased susceptibility to house fires.
That’s why we take the installation process extremely seriously and professionally. Below are outlined the necessary steps we take to ensure the safety of our clients and their buildings.
Step 1: Dryer Vent Path
Before beginning the installation process for your dryer vent, we first map out the direct route to the outside of the building. Generally, the ductwork should stretch no more than 20 ft to reach the exterior. Furthermore, the level of the ducts should stay fairly horizontal.
Step 2: Vent Hood Opening
After finding the optimal route to the exterior, we then craft the vent hood opening for exhaust. This can be tricky as it requires navigating around plumbing, electrical wiring, and stud work. Leave this to professionals who know what they are doing so you don’t risk any possible electrical fires or lasting damage.
Step 3: Installing the Vent Hood
The next step in the process includes finding the exit hole for the ventilation. The vent hood is drilled to cover the exit hole so that no bugs or animals can infiltrate the opening. The hood is reinforced with wood screws so that it is secure in the case of strong storms.
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