Dryer Vent Cleaners of America
Getting Started - Be sure to visit our blog
Case study: The Daily Adventures of the Dryer Vent Lady
 
Training - in person training packages are listed at the lower part of this page


To get started cleaning dryer vents, you will need a few things:
Training
Equipment
Customers

We can help with all 3!

Training
One-on-one training in your marketplace will help you prepare to start your business or add on this service to your current activities.

You will be trained in person by Alisa LeSueur, Certified Dryer Exhaust Technician.

There are more details on the lower half of this page.

What will you learn?
Techincal skills
You will achieve your Certified Dryer Exhaust Technician (CDET) designation from the Chimney Safety Institute of America.

You will be taught in a classroom format, then on-site at homes in your area cleaning out dryer vents.

Customer Service techinques
Classroom as well as in-person training will hone your skills to this industry.

Customer Aquisition models
You will learn how to position yourself in your area as the only logical choice when a dryer vent needs to be cleaned.


See our package costs in the next section below.

Continuing Education
Monthly teleconferences
Annual meetings in exotic locations
Individual attention as needed

 
Equipment needed

You might have some of this equipment, the rest you will need to aquire. 
We can help.

Work Vehicle
Ladders
cordless drill
screw drivers
electric blower
aluminum tape
transition duct
clamps
wire cutters
shears
vent pipe
dust pan and brush set
invoices
business cards
promotional magnets


Specialty Equipment
Pro-Spin brush/rod system
Vane Anemometer




 
 
 
In Person Training Package costs >> 

Do you want to know how to clean dryer vents, AND position yourself in your community
as the only logical choice for this service?
 


Here is an example of what the in-person training can do for your business positioning.

Clean dryer vent san antonio

Watch the video of Alisa being interviewed
by Leslie Bohl Jones on
WOAI Channel 4's San Antonio Living.

This video was removed from the TV station's
website, so I am getting a copy to post here.




The Cost
Training and specialty equipment is available in package format. 

Professional package
6 days of in-person training
Pro-Spin equipment
CDET review class - taught by Alisa LeSueur - and proctored test
Customer acquisition methods including arranging for and conducting television and/or radio interviews with you to position yourself in your marketplace as the only logical choice when a dryer vent needs to be cleaned.

Alisa is an expert at getting on television and radio shows for interviews which bring in clients and raise your public awareness.

$6950 + trainer's travel/lodging costs



We do not offer in-house financing yet, although most can be charged to a major credit card.

If you want to charge your training to a credit card, please PayPal the cost to Alisa@DryerVentLady.com

 

 

Dryer Vent Cleaners of America association was founded in 2005 by Certified Dryer Exhaust Technician Alisa LeSueur.

The Certified Dryer Exhaust Technician program is a national certification awarded by the Chimney Safety Institute of America (CSIA) as part of their venting professionals' training responsibility. 
Alisa has had her CDET credential since the program was first offered. 
Her national certification badge number is 14.