There are a lot of tumble dryers to choose from these days. The main decision to make is whether to buy a vented or a condenser tumble dryer.
Types Of Tumble Dryer Part 1
Here we will explain the differences between the two main types of a tumble dryer.
Vented Tumble Dryer
A vented tumble dryer removes the damp air created in the drying process through a hose. The appliance must be positioned near a window or wall vent, so the moisture can get outside. To install a vented dryer, you will need to have a vent fitted, or you can hang the hose through a window or door. Hoses are corrugated like a bendy drinking straw. They are flexible, and you can squash them down for storage. Vented models are usually cheaper than condenser dryers.
Condenser Tumble Dryer
A condenser dryer is very convenient as you can place it wherever you like, as long as the room has good ventilation. This is ideal for homes where it is not possible to install a vent. The water that comes from your clothes during the cycle is collected in a container, which you have to regularly empty. Some condenser models use your washing machine plumbing to pump out the water. Condenser tumble dryers usually cost more than vented models.
Do I Need A Washer Dryer?
If you are short of space or don’t do enough laundry to justify a full-size dryer, then a washer-dryer might be right for you. It combines your washing machine with a tumble dryer, so you get both appliances in one. It is a good option if you want the best of both worlds, although there are some limitations.
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