Gas dryers operate more efficiently, but electric dryers are a bit easier to install and move. Since gas dryers require a dedicated gas line, they can't be used in areas where gas in not available. More »

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Drying one load of laundry costs between 15 to 33 cents for a gas dryer versus 32 to 41 cents for electric dryers depending upon the utility provider, reports California's Consumer Energy Center. Gas dryers cost about $5... More »

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Stackable washer-dryers may not be cost-effective if the washer breaks before the dryer or vice versa. It is also important to consider efficiency options such as front-loading versus top-loading washers, gas-powered ver... More »

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Gas dryers use a gas burner to create heat. Some gas dryers are fired by natural gas, while other gas dryers use liquid propane. Natural gas dryers can also be converted to use liquid propane with the proper conversion k... More »

Drying one load of laundry costs between 15 to 33 cents for a gas dryer versus 32 to 41 cents for electric dryers depending upon the utility provider, reports California's Consumer Energy Center. Gas dryers cost about $5... More »

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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 »

Electric dryers have a higher efficiency rating than gas dryers, but energy losses at power plants dispensing electricity make gas dryers more energy efficient overall in most cases. Gas dryers also typically cost less t... More »

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