27" Heritage Series Electric Dryer with 7.4 cu. ft. Capacity, 13 Dry Cycles, 4 Temperature Settings, Sanitize Cycle, Wrinkle Prevent Option, Intellidry Sensor, Sanitize Cycle, Wrinkle Prevent Option, IntelliDry Sensor in White
27" Electric Dryer with 7.5 cu. ft. Capacity, 12 Dry Cycles, 5 Temperature Settings, Energy Star Certified, SensorDry Moisture Sensor, SmartCare, VentSensor, Multi-Steam Technology, Drum Lighting, Eco Dry in Azure
27" Gas Dryer with 7.4 cu. ft. Capacity, 12 Dry Cycles, 4 Temperature Settings, Steam Cycle, Energy Star Certified, Eco Dry, SmartCare, Multi-Steam Technology, Drum Lighting, SensorDry Moisture Sensor in White
With all of the choices of dryers available to you here, how do you know
what is right for you? Here are the most important factors for choosing a dryer
for your home.
The two main types of dryers are electric and gas. Electric dryers are
easier to install, but they have a higher operating cost. Gas dryers cost more,
but you make your money back with a lower daily cost of use.
If you are considering an electric dryer, your home must have a 240 volt
outlet. If you are considering gas, make sure your home has a gas hook-up. You
can hire a professional contractor if you want to change the source of your
Consider a compact dryer for a single apartment or a condo, but you will
need a large capacity dryer for big families. Be sure to coordinate your dryer
with your washer.
To contact Appliances Connection with any questions on what Buy Dryers Online best fit your home, please call 800-299-9470.
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