Charlie: Ed in Rosenberg writes to us, Tom, about his dryer. He says, “Sometimes the dryer leaks water out of the flexible hose in the back. I disconnected it, and I tried to clean it out with a snake and Shop-Vac, and I got a good amount out,” he says, but the water seemed to stop for a few weeks, but now it’s back, and the vent goes into the attic, and there’s a flexible hose, that goes from obviously the attic to the soffit, and through the roof. He says, “I’m 64, I’m not as flexible as I once used to be.” And Ed, I think we’ll back you up on that one, “I want to hire someone to do it.” What’s involved in getting this fixed Tom?
Tom: Making a phone call to Robert over at Done Right Carpet and Tile Cleaning. That’s all you got to do. Now, what’s happening is, is there’s a lot of humidity in that pipe. It’s going to find a place where it reaches dew point and becomes a condensate, as opposed to a vapor, which means it’s droplets of water, and it’s just dripping down and building up, and then you’re finding it after a lot of it happens. Especially with this weather we’ve had, so much rain and everything, it’s just super humid.