If you’ve ever installed a Clothes Dryer you know that the vent at the back is in jeopardy of being pinched off the second you push the unit back into place.
|Squashed Dryer Vents are pretty common. How long do you think this Dryer takes to dry a load of clothes?|
The simple way to eliminate this problem is by using a recessed box. The DryerBox Model 425 gives you a few inches back into your laundry room, and prevents the inevitable kink with an exhaust collar flush to the wall.
|The back side of the laundry room wall showing the Dryer Box in place with an upflow exhaust.|
|Super easy to install.|
|Here’s the Dryer Box prior to sheetrock installation.|
|These run about $30 and are well worth the minimal price.|
I’ve been using these for about 10 years now, and finally when I was on the job site yesterday it hit me that not everyone has seen these before. Here’s an Amazon link to the Model 425 shown. Cheap but effective solution for this common problem.
– Risinger Homes in Austin, TX
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