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What type of Tumble Dryer do I need?

Heat Pump Dryer

An opportunity to splurge for energy efficiency and precise care for your fabric
  • Uses a heat pump to heat the air and dry clothes, extracting the water once cooled to reheat it and recycle for further use.
  • It does not need ducted venting to the outside and do not create hot air or moisture in the room.
  • While heat pump dryers are more expensive, the upfront cost is recouped on power bills over the dryer's lifetime.

Condenser Dryer

A hose-free cheaper option
  • It extracts moisture before draining it away as condensed water, stored in a water tank. It does not need to be vented or ducted to expel hot air outside so they're simple to install.
  • The water tank has to be emptied after each use or a hose installed to channel the water directly into the drain or sink.
  • Relatively cheaper but less energy efficient compared to the Heat Pump Dryer.

Air Vented Dryer

A basic at affordable price. Easy Installation near a window with outside ducting.
  • It blows hot air through the clothes which evaporates the water. The hot humid air is then blown out of the house through a venting duct.
  • The cheapest dryers to buy but higher running costs and how it works out on your power bills should be considered.

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