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If you notice your dryer is not getting your clothes dried properly, it may be time to get a new dryer. Most modern electric dryers have several dry cycles to help with your laundry. You can even use the sanitize cycles to help get rid of germs and bacteria. You can even choose a dry air cycle for your more delicate clothes. At Conn’s HomePlus, we have a variety of electric dryers for sale. Whether you want a stainless-steel finish or something that matches your front load washer, we have what you need at Conn's.

Electric vs. Gas Dryer

When shopping for a new dryer, you will find that no two dryers are the same, and you can choose between two power sources. Do you want an electric or gas dryer?

Electric Dryers

Many electric dryers have a 240-volt current, twice the power of your standard house current, to fuel the heating coils. Some electric dryers can operate on a 110-volt current. Electric dryers will need to be vented outside to eliminate any moisture and hot air from the drying cycle. However, there are some ventless electric dryers available.

Gas Dryers

Propane or natural gas dryers use a gas burner to help make heat – but other than that difference, they operate the same as electric dryers. There can be some differences in the energy used over time between a gas and an electric dryer, and installing a gas dryer is different than installing an electric dryer.

Sizing Options

Does size matter? Yes, if you want enough room to open the door and if you want the dryer to be able to handle the amount of your household laundry. Here are a few things to consider when looking at dryer size.

  • • The typical width of a dryer is 27 – 29 inches. Do you have a small area? You may opt for a smaller dryer or a stackable unit.

  • • You will want a machine twice your washer's capacity for the best drying capability. This will give enough room for the air to circulate in the drum and dry your clothes efficiently. Tip: a drum capacity is measured in cubic feet, and most models range from 5.5 to 7 cubic feet, and the standard washing machine capacity ranges from 3.6 to 4.2 cubic feet.

  • • If you frequently wash bulky items, you may need a larger dryer.

*One thing to remember for dryers and washers is that both machines need space between them. Ensure at least 1 – 2 inches so that air can circulate them.

Dryer Features and Functions

Newer dryers have a lot of features and functions to choose from. Below is a list of the common features and functions you can choose between.

Moisture Sensor – this helps prevent over-drying of your clothes. Overdying can damage your clothes and help reduce the energy cost of each load.

Lit Up Control Panel – if your dryer is in a poorly lit room or the basement – it may be best to find a dryer with an illuminating feature that helps you see your dryer better.

Drum Light – this can help ensure you have got all your laundry out of the dryer and avoid losing items.

NSF-Certified Dryer – most dryers say they kill germs and bacteria – but only NSF-certified dryers can kill up to 99.9% of “certain household bacteria.” The NSF stands for tests and certifies products that are in the interest of public health.

While some features are good to have, some features and functions may increase the cost of your machine. These include:

  • • Removable dryer rack

  • • Stainless steel drums

  • • Wi-Fi enabled

  • • Touchpads

  • • Variable settings for time and temperature

  • • Wrinkle guard

  • • Steam modes

Pros and Cons of Electric Dryers Like any other family, you will be doing multiple loads of laundry over the years – especially when you have children. All dryers operate the same way – they tumble your clothes to dry to help remove moisture. You want the best dryer for your clothes – so it is important to know the pros and cons of an electric dryer.


  • • Does not cost as much to operate

  • • It can be installed just about anywhere

  • • Does not require a utility hookup to operate

  • • Typically, cheaper and easier to repair

  • • Does not require vents

  • • Only require one energy source

  • • Easier to move

  • • Higher operation costs

  • • It takes longer to dry

  • • It needs a 240-volt electrical outlet

  • • Can have grounding issues

Shop Electric Dryers at Conn's HomePlus

When you have found the best electric dryer for your family – now is the time to find the perfect space. When placing your new electric dryer, it is important to ensure you have enough space between your washer and walls to give good air circulation and ensure your door opens properly. When you are ready to shop for your next electric dryer – Conn’s HomePlus has multiple options. Shop online or stop by a local store using our Store Locator Tool.

Are you worried about credit? Have other furniture companies turned you away for less-than-perfect credit? Conn’s HomePlus offers financing options to get the best electric dryer for your home. Apply today and get approved within minutes. *

* Subject to credit approval.