We repair all brands/models Dryers in Pearland, TX such as Kenmore Dryers,
Whirlpool Dryers, GE Dryers, Admiral Dryers, Amana Dryers and many
more. (view the complete brands list
we work on). We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for Pearland, TX
dryer repairs and there is no extra charge for the weekend or night
dryer repair appointments. Our service call is Free with the dryer
repair and all the work is guaranteed for 1 year.
We provide dryer repair to all Pearland, TX zip codes and
surrounding cities. The following areas correspond to our Appliance
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What is a Condenser gas or electric dryer?
Like traditional gas or electric dryers, condenser dryers have one job: to dry your clothes. How the condenser models work, as well as their pros and cons, is unique.
To understand how a condenser gas or electric dryer works, it’s important to first see how a traditional gas or electric dryer functions. Traditional models suck in cool, dry air from the room and heat it via a gas or electric-powered heater. The heated air then moves into the rotating drum, where you’ve placed you wet garments. The circulating air dries your clothes by grabbing the moisture from them before it’s expelled as steam through an exhaust vent leading outside your home.
Condenser gas or electric dryers work much the same way. However, rather than expelling the moisture-laden air out a vent, condenser gas or electric dryers have a heat exchanger that cools the air and condenses the water vapor (collecting it in a drain pipe or tank) before sending the now dry air back through the heater and into the drum.
How do condenser gas or electric dryers stack up against their vented counterparts? Read on for the pros and cons.
Location. By far the best reason to opt for a condenser gas or electric dryer is the versatility of placement. While traditional gas or electric dryers need access to the outside to expel the water vapor, condenser models can be placed anywhere, including a laundry closet or kitchen. While traditional gas or electric dryers require a 240-volt electrical socket, condenser gas or electric dryers use a standard plug. Be aware that heat created by the gas or electric dryer will seep into the ambient environment, raising the temperature in any room you place the gas or electric dryer.
Energy usage. Because condenser dryers recycle their own air, they require less energy overall to run. The heat exchanger does need additional power to run, but the energy saving still outweighs the amount used.
Availability. While you can take your pick of makers and styles of traditional gas or electric dryers, you’ll probably need to special order a condenser gas or electric dryer, which may not have the array of options available in traditional models. Parts needed for repair may also need to be ordered and can be costly.
Drying time. The recycled air in a condenser dryer tends to be more humid than the ambient air sucked into traditional gas or electric dryers. Consequently, condenser loads take a bit longer to fully dry.
Weight. The heat exchanger tends to increase the weight of condenser gas or electric dryers, which makes them harder to move about than traditional gas or electric dryers.
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