What type of clothes dryer is better, gas or electric?
Gas! Did you know gas dryers cost less to operate? Isn’t it time you start enjoying the benefits of soft fluffy spring like clothes.
Equipped with powerful innovations like moisture sensors, pilot-less ignition, and timed drying cycles, propane clothes dryers are a smart investment for cost-conscious homeowners.
Propane clothes dryers offer homeowners an efficient, convenient, and quick laundry solution. Compared with electric dryers, a propane clothes dryer will dry clothes faster and more efficiently. Propane dryers also offer the latest innovations such as steam cycles to de-wrinkle and freshen garments, drum lights to better see into the unit, and LCD control screens for ease of use. With propane, “laundry day” goes by a lot faster. Switching from an electric dryer to a propane dryer couldn’t be easier. Every major appliance retailer carries propane dryers now and will help with installation as well.
In today’s economy, it’s important to save money where you can. Running appliances takes power, and electrical costs are going up every day. If you do one load of laundry per day, on medium settings, it’s costing you very nearly $1 per day in power costs alone. That’s almost $30 each and every month. A lot of families do laundry much more often than that, and as power costs rise, the impact on your wallet is only going to get worse. According to the United States Department of Energy, though, propane dryers operate at roughly one-half the energy cost of the old electric dryers. That’s at least $15 more in your pocket every single month.
Unlike electric dryers, propane dryers heat to an optimal temperate extremely quickly. What that means for you is less dry time per load, less burning and fabric discoloration, and more evenly-dried laundry. No more reaching into the dryer only to grab a handful of damp towel. No more singeing a t-shirt trying to get the blue jeans in the load all the way dry. Best of all, the increased heat efficiency of propane dryers means every load will take you roughly half as long as it would in an old-fashioned electric dryer. That means more quality time with your family and less quality time with their dirty clothes.
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