Electric Dryers FAQ

The warm air that electrical dryers produce has to be expelled for the dryer to function. While the air always has to be vented outside, the vent can exit through the roof or the side of your home. You'll need to consider the length of the vent when deciding where to place your dryer.

Electric dryers create heat through electricity. If you live in an area where the cost of electricity is lower than the cost of gas, an electric dryer might help you save on your energy bill. You'll be able to maximize your savings if you choose one of the many Energy-Star certified dryers available at Coast Appliances.

An electric dryer uses more electricity than a gas dryer, but the total energy usage can vary based on the model that you choose. We offer many energy-efficient electric dryers that will help you cut back on your energy costs. Since dryers use more electricity than washers, it's important to consider energy usage when selecting your dryer.

You'll find dozens of electric dryers at Coast Appliances, including products from brands you trust. From LG to GE to Electrolux, you'll have the chance to compare electric dryers from many popular brands. You can find a reliable dryer with features that appeal to you.