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In-wall dryer connection protects transition hose neatly in the wall.

Give the Dryer Some Space

Today, you can place the dryer flush against the wall
without crushing the exhaust hose or restricting airflow.
Installing a Dryerbox®  helps make homes roomier,
safer and more efficient.

Protect Transition Hose

The image to the left is actual duct that was not protected inside the cell of the wall.  As the dryer vibrates back against the wall, it creates an immediate fire hazard.  With a Dryerbox, homeowners can take comfort in knowing their dryer always has room to breathe.

All Dryerbox Models from Left to Right: 3D, 4D, 480, 350, 425, 400, 500


100% Stainless steel for easier operation and secure connections.

Faster, More Secure Connections

Smoother operation, better material and a multi-driver screw head combine to make the DryerClamp a must have for cleaning dryer exhaust systems.

The DryerClamp helps speed up connection time and ensures a no-slip attachment to the dryer.

100% Stainless Steel

Multi-Driver Screw Head

Smoother Operation


Long turn elbows for better airflow efficiency and longer duct runs.

Zero Run Length Penalty Elbows

Unlike sectioned elbows that require run length reductions, Dryer-Ells have an airflow impact equivalent to straight pipe. Current building code allows these long-radius, smooth interior elbows without any penalty. This helps reduce the typical code headaches associated with longer dryer duct runs.


UL Listed ducting that outperforms slinky foil and semi-rigid flex.

Flexible AND Tough  |  Safe AND Efficient

"Slinky" Foil Versus DryerFlex

Slinky Foil (left) Does Not Resist Flame Spread — DryerFlex (right) Does

Unlike old fashioned "slinky" foil flex or semi-rigid hose, DryerFlex stands up to fire and is crush resistant.  Its 4" diameter is never compromised which delivers better airflow efficiency.

Lengthens Dryer Life

Protects Against Fire Spread

Maintains Diameter and Shape

Helps Save Money on Power Bills

Choosing DryerFlex is a nice way to help make
your home safer and more efficient.


Airflow efficient roof terminations for safer dryer venting.

Safe & Efficient Roof Venting

Quality construction—with design features that deliver superior airflow efficiency, elements protection, and easy cleaning access—helps make DryerJacks the definitive dryer roof venting choice.

DryerJacks deliver advanced performance for
improved safety, efficiency and duty life.

Dryer Placard

Label that allows safe use of dryer manufacturer run-length guidelines.

Code Compliance Simplified

Dryer Placards make it easier to use the manufacturer's allowable run length instead of a more restrictive general code requirement.

Made of thick Lexan®  textured polycarbonate, the PLAC34 is made to last. It applies easily to a wide variety of surfaces with 3M®  941 pressure sensitive adhesive.

Dryer Wall Vent

Durable, low profile dryer vents that enhance exterior aesthetics.

Lasting Beauty

Low profile and tight design augment beautiful home exteriors.

Heavy galvanized and powder coated steel delivers a long duty life.

Lighter damper and clean opening create zero airflow restriction.

Installs fast in new and existing construction.

Unlike plastics which fade and crack,
Dryer Wall Vents stand the test of time.

High Performance
Low Profile

At five paces, you can tell it's well made.
Thanks to a low profile and clean lines,
you might not even see it at twenty.


Sensor that monitors dryer exhaust performance and warns of danger.

Always Know Your Dryer is Safe & Efficient

Every year, there are more than 15,000 documented dryer fires across the U.S. alone.  A leading cause of these fires is the hidden danger of lint building up in the exhaust system.

The LintAlert®    provides important home safety protection by continually monitoring dryer exhaust performance.  It warns when lint buildup is wasting energy and sounds an alarm when blockage becomes dangerous.

Common causes of dangerous air restriction include normal lint accumulation, kinked or crushed hoses, vent hood blockage, and—surprisingly often—bird, insect or rodent nests.  The LintAlert warns against all of these problems and lets you rest easy knowing you're protected from hidden dangers.

As lint naturally builds up over time, LEDs illuminate. When flow restriction gets dangerous, an alarm sounds.