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Choosing a gas clothes dryer.
There are a number of factors to consider when choosing a new gas dryer for sale, including whether you need the dryer to match your washing machine and what dryer features you need, but first and foremost, whether you want an electric dryer or a gas dryer. While both types use electricity to power a fan, electric models use heating coils to create the warm air, while gas dryers use a gas burner. While an electric model may come with a slightly lower price tag and be easier to install, a gas clothes dryer will typically dry your laundry in half the time, providing long-term savings in both energy and time. In addition, a gas dryer may leave you with fewer wrinkles in your clothes because its heat dissipates more quickly when it is turned off.
Usually a washer and dryer are sold as a set since they sit next to each other (or stack) in your space. Make sure you measure your space accurately when deciding which is the best gas dryer to buy, keeping in mind that a dryer's door can usually be configured to swing open on either side (if it doesn't fold down). If you choose a front-loading washer, you also have the option to purchase a washer pedestal and matching dryer pedestal, which will raise both appliances to a comfortable height for loading and unloading. Plus, most pedestals slide open to provide additional storage space.