I have a problem. Just bought a brand new house. However, 1 problem… The utility room is right off of the garage, so there’s a door from the utility room directly to the garage. The room is similar to THIS where the door opens up into the room. The problem is, the area is not very deep, and when we put the dryer in place (a fairly new dryer), it protrudes past the door jam and prevents the door to the garage from being opened/closed. The dryer vent is against the wall, in the floor, directly behind the dryer. We just can’t get it close enough to the back wall to keep it from coming out past the door trim. What can be done about this? We just moved in 3 days ago, and we’ve got a 1-year warranty from the builder, but what would they be able to do? Reposition the door so it opens into the garage instead??? It would probably fit if they put the dryer vent in the wall, directly behind, but the heating/air unit is sitting outside, directly on the other side of that wall. And I’m assuming it’s bad to have a dryer vent exiting near an A/C unit. Any suggestions?