It is not safe to vent a gas dryer indoors; however, an electric dryer can be vented inside a house with some consideration to heat and moisture. Venting an electric dryer inside requires a lint filter. More »

Amazon.com, Walmart, and The Home Depot all sell indoor dryer vents direct to consumers, as of 2015. Amazon provides purely online sales options, while Walmart and The Home Depot allow shoppers to check out items in bric... More »

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Venting clothes dryers indoors is possible, but consider this option only when outdoor venting is not possible. The working mechanism of indoor venting is less effective compared to that of outdoor venting. More »

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No, an electric dryer cannot be converted to a gas dryer. The two types of dryers use incompatible power systems. To switch from electric to gas, a new dryer must be purchased. Gas dryer conversion kits are available for... More »

The heating element is a metal chamber containing a coil of heating wire used to generate heat in an electric dryer. A gas dryer uses a gas heater controlled by a shutter that serves the same function as an electric heat... More »

The reason an individual may want to choose an electric dryer over a gas dryer is because electric dryers have a lower up front cost, have several models available, don't require much equipment to operate and can be inst... More »

While a traditional dryer can be operated without a vent, this is not recommended as vents are needed to remove moisture from the system. Ventless dryers that remove moisture through other means are available. More »

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