Save Time and Money with a Propane Powered Clothes Dryer

June 12, 2020

Laundry. We may not love it, but it has to get done. For many of us, it’s one of those chores that we put off until a mountain of clothes starts piling up and we can’t put it off any longer. Laundry day may be time-consuming, but it doesn’t have to take all day. Take your days back with a propane-powered clothes dryer. It saves you loads of time and with fewer wrinkles! 

 

 

Whether you’re installing a propane dryer into new construction or replacing an existing electric dryer, here are some benefits that will take a load off your mind.

 

Save Money

On average, it costs less to dry laundry with propane than with electricity. Most consumers can expect to see a 20% reduction in energy costs when switching from an electric to a propane laundry dryer. 

 

Save Time

Propane dryers heat up fast to dry clothes quickly and evenly thanks to the high heat produced per unit of fuel. Propane dryers have the benefit of being faster than an equivalent electric dryer which means your clothes can be folded and put away quickly.

 

 

High Performance

Propane dryers produce a moist heat, which means your clothes come out soft and wrinkle-free, and without any discoloration, saving wear and tear on your clothes.

 

Environmentally-Friendly

As a clean fuel, propane can help save over 2,000 pounds of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions every year when used to replace an electric dryer.

 

Long-Lasting

Propane dryers are designed to run for 10 to 15 years. Moisture sensors, timed drying cycles, pilotless ignition and other features ensure that your propane dryer will deliver value for years to come.

 

Selecting the right appliances can not only benefit your home or business, but your wallet as well. Here at Nelson Propane we will never hang you out to dry. Count on us for superior, reliable propane services for your home and business. Give us a call today! 1-800-234-9052

 

 

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