Miami Hood Cleaning has received the honorable Angie’s List Super Service Award, bestowed annually on approximately 5 percent of all the businesses rated on the nation’s leading provider of consumer reviews on local home service and health providers.
Only a select group of companies rated by Angie’s List can claim the exemplary customer service record of a Super Service Award winner. Miami Hood Cleaning meets all the requirements to be recognized as a Super Service provider. Angie’s List Super Service Award winners have received a minimum number of reports and an exemplary rating from their clients and they must abide by Angie’s List operational guidelines.
Education is a vital part of the Wizard’s service as he provides fire prevention and energy saving tips to his customer while he works. Dryer vent cleaning is necessary dryer maintenance for safety as well as performance.
The automatic clothes dryer is a wonderful invention that most people refuse to be without, but they come with a price. The clothes dryer is one of the largest energy consumers in American Homes. In a fast-paced, technology driven world, getting back to basics can be a refreshing change.
The old-fashioned clothesline is making a comeback in some neighborhoods where residents are doing what they can to save energy. He knows that people will not give up the dryer altogether no matter how great the savings, but he does want owners to realize just how much a dryer cost to operate.
According to the Wizard, about half of all electrical power plants use coal and each pound of coal burned creates over 2 pounds of carbon dioxide, a global warming gas. Clothes dryers use nearly 2,000 pounds of coal each year. If everyone line-dried their laundry, the savings would amount to enough to shut down several power plants. A poorly vented dryer uses substantially more energy!