With the typical American household dryer logging nearly 500 hours per year it's a wonder that more people don't regularly inspect their exhaust vent on their machine. Your dryer actively vents moisture laden air to the outside to help it more efficiently dry your clothes. This air contains particles of lint, dirt, and other debris which overtime builds up on your exhaust port, the exhaust tube, and the exterior vent and screen. As this debris builds up it restricts the flow of air from your dryer to the outdoors which makes your dryer work harder to remove the same amount of moisture. It also increases drying time which in turn draws more energy and increases your electricity costs. Let Steve's save you money and wear and tear on your dryer by inspecting, cleaning, or replacing your dryer vent. Your dryer and your wallet will thank you for it.