Good morning everyone! Our Data Science team is doing some research on isolating clogged dryer vents through dryer usage profiles and we could use your help. We’re looking to hear from users in the community with Sense that either:
- suspect their dryer vent is clogged
- had a clogged dryer vent while owning a Sense monitor
How to tell if your dryer vent is clogged:
Clogged dryer vents are caused by lint clogging the system and pushing air back in your dryer, making your clothes stay hot and damp. If you notice debris on the outside vent of your home or have seen your drying time increase significantly over time, both can be a sign that your dryer vent may be clogged.
How you can help:
Have you owned your Sense monitor while experiencing a clogged dryer vent or suspect that your dryer vent is clogged? Comment on this thread along with permission for Data Science to take a look at your data. We’ll follow-up with you if we find anything out of the ordinary!