About Us

At Firehouse Dryer Duct Cleaning we also clean your dryer’s casing and roof-top vent to improve air-flow. 

We can also set you up with annual reminders to help keep your home safe.


Being Proactive is the Key!

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) estimates that 15,500 fires associated with clothes dryers occur annually. These fires account for an average of 10 deaths and 310 injuries and more than $100 million in property damage annually. 

These fires can be prevented by having your clothes dryer duct cleaned annually. Clothes dryers are one of the most costly appliances in your home to operate. The longer it runs, the more money it costs you.  If your clothes dryer is taking longer than normal to dry, you need to have your dryer duct professionally cleaned. 

Call Firehouse Dryer Duct Cleaning to schedule your dryer duct cleaning. We look forward to serving you.FB-FindUsOnFacebook-printpackaging

Ways to tell if your dryer duct needs to be cleaned are:

  • Clothes take longer and longer to dry,
  • Clothes don't fully dry,
  • Clothes are hotter than normal at the end of the drying cycle,
  • The outside of dryer gets very hot,
  • The outside exhaust vent flapper does not open very much indicating low exhaust velocity,
  • Laundry room becomes more humid than it is usually,
  • Burnt smell is evident in the laundry room

Our Team

Matt Hawley


Matt Hawley served in the United States Airforce and has been a professional firefighter since 2004. He and his wife own and operate Brevard’s premier home inspection firm - Priority Home Inspections. 

Matt enjoys spending time with his wife and kids and performing home inspections along the Space Coast.  Being in the fire service Matt has seen firsthand the hazards and devastation a dryer fire can cause. 

Between seeing dryer fires on duty and unsafe dryer conditions while performing home inspections, Matt and Barry saw the need and created – Firehouse Dryer Duct Cleaning Services. Matt looks forward to professionally serving your dryer duct cleaning needs.

Barry Pettingill

Matt Hawley

Barry Pettingill is a lifelong Florida resident having a career in public service for over 30 years. Barry also is a state licensed home inspector currently working with Priority Home Inspections here in Brevard County. Barry is a father to six wonderful children, the youngest of which is a Junior at Florida State University.  Barry also has two beautiful grandchildren who live locally in Merritt Island.

As a firefighter and home inspector I have seen many fires and potentially hazardous situations caused by built up lint in dryer ducts.

Matt and Barry have teamed up to provide this much needed service to our community. Please call us today and let our team of dryer duct cleaning professionals serve your duct cleaning needs.