Lint cloging the dryer vent pipe, my home has a long thirty foot run of some sort of flexible pipe that is all but impossible to keep clean of lint. The flex duct needs to be replaced with something easy to keep clean and easy for a DIY project.
I have been told PVC pipe is a good product, on the other hand metal duct is the best way to go.
All I know is it needs to be replaced with something that is easy to maintain, safe and keeps the cold air from blowing in the house when the electric laundry dryer is not running.
What is the safest, easiest to keep clean, way to vent my electric laundry dryer?
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