How to choose a tumble dryer ? Compare and rank to find the best
A tumble dryer is not a part of every home, but it certainly makes life easier if you’ve got one. Smaller homes tend not to have a tumble dryer as they take up a lot of space and of course the washing machine must come first. However, if you’ve got a kitchen large enough for two units of this size then you’ll be wanting to think about getting a tumble dryer to go alongside your washing machine. Some people also use spare rooms or laundries to place their dryer in if they don’t have space in the kitchen.
Dryers are pretty old and the first dryers were invented as early as 1800. These were hand operated though and bear little resemblance to the modern electric dryer which first appeared in the 1940s. An interesting fact is that in Japan there are microwave dryers which is not something used in the UK and the US. These microwave dryers use microwave technology to heat the clothes faster and more energy efficiently. The reason these models of dryer have not been marketed in the US and the UK is that it is thought to be damaging to finer quality clothes. The future however, may see a rise in these microwave dryers if their technology improves.
History of the tumble dryer
There are many manufacturers of tumble dryers and there is quite a range both in price and quality when it comes to these machines. This article will first discuss the various brands on offer and the differences between them. It will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of different brands as well as the differences in cost between one model and another. You can pay anywhere between £150 and £1000 for a tumble dryer and this section of the article will try to explain why there is such a huge variation in the cost of one model and another. By doing this it will help the reader to decide how much they should be spending on a dryer considering their own needs. It will also discuss the whole price range so that the reader can be sure to get the best value for money within their budget.
How to choose washer-dryer?
The guide will then turn to a discussion or combination washer-dryers – which is essentially a washing machine and dryer in one. These are better for those with small kitchens who don’t have space for two units. It will discuss whether there are any differences between having one unit that does all your washing and drying or having two separate units.
Tumble dryer prices
Finally, our guide will turn to a discussion of where you should consider buying a tumble dryer from. It will look at some of the main options the buyer has to choose from and try to provide the reader with the information needed to get the best deals and cheapest prices when it comes to buying a dryer.