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Get a Reliable Dry Every Time with a Dryer from Lang’s

Whether you’re buying new appliances for your first home, replacing an old washing machine or dryer, or remodeling your space, purchasing appliances can be a daunting process. Finding a new dryer is no exception.

Does your laundry room have a gas hookup? Do you have room for side-by-side units, or would a stackable dryer work better? Maybe you’d like to shop washers and dryers in pairs.

Whatever you need, our handy guide will walk you through the basics of what you need to know before buying a new dryer for your home, apartment, or condo.

Gas Dryer

If your home has a gas line in the laundry room already, then a gas dryer may be a good option. These dryers are typically fueled by natural gas or liquid propane and require a vent to the outside. If you have a gas line already or your last dryer was a gas dryer, then you likely have a vent already.

Gas dryers are heated more efficiently than electric dryers. However, a gas dryer will need to be professionally installed. That’s where we come in! Give us a call—we’re more than happy to help you get your gas dryer installed.

Electric Dryers

Electric dryers are perfect for any home, even if you have a gas line already. While you will need a 240-volt line to run your dryer to, these units are as easy to set up as it is to plug something in.

You may be swayed more toward a gas dryer based on energy efficiency, but keep in mind that we do offer Energy-Star certified units, which will save you a bundle.

Whether you go with gas or electric, both options can have features like sanitize cycles and large-capacity drums while bringing you the familiarity and reliability of name brands.

Still feeling overwhelmed? That’s okay! Give us a call or stop by today. We’re more than happy to help you pick out the dryer that will work best with your space and your needs.

Read more in our blog if you’re wondering how to prevent your clothes from fading or our washer and dryer buying guide.