USA: Dryer Manufacturers
Dryers are home appliances used for drying clothes. They turn the clothes in a drum, which is heated by gas or electricity. Condenser dryers require no exhaust vent, but do require water to be regularly removed from the machine. Dryers may be front or top loaded. The top loaded type tends to be slightly cheaper, and is easier to load and unload. However it cannot be placed under a countertop, nor can another appliance be placed upon it.
The better quality models of have a stainless steel drum. Other optional features include touch electronic controls and moisture sensors. Models are available in a wide range of finishes and colors, including decorator colors such as metallic red, blue, and orange.
LEADING USA MANUFACTURERS
The following leading manufacturers have comprehensive websites, with information on all aspects, including online catalogs and specifications, and care and maintenance.
Home Depot. Home Depot is the world's largest home improvement retailer, with stores in all 50 states of the USA. Home Depot offers a wide range of household appliances, including drying machines. Home Dept carries more than 150 models of electric and gas models. Load capacity ranges from 5.8 cubic feet to over 7.5 cubic feet. Brands include: Admiral, Amana, General Electric, Hotpoint, LG Electronics, and Maytag. A wide range of color finishes is available, including Beige, Bisque, Blue, Gray, Red, Orange, Stainless Steel, and White.
General Electric. General Electric is a leading US manufacturer of household appliances including drying machines. General Electric offers a range of electric and gas powered machines, which may be portable or stationary. The General Electric range includes more than 40 electric models, and more than 40 gas models, in four capacity categories: Colossal, Extra Large, King Size, and Super. Color options include Bisque, Black, Champagne, Dark Platinum, Red, and White. Optional features include: Electronic One-Touch, Moisture Sensor, and Stainless Steel Drum.
Lowe's. Lowe's is a leading retailer of materials and equipment for home improvement. Founded in 1946 as a small hardware store in North Carolina it is now the world's No.2 home improvement retailer. It offers a wide range of household appliances, including more than 240 electric and gas drying machines. Load capacity ranges from 3.4 cubic feet to 8 cubic feet. Brands include: Bosch, Electrolux, Fisher & Paykel, Frigidaire, General Electric, Hotpoint, Maytag, Roper, Samsung, and Whirlpool. A wide variety of colors is available including unusual colors such as Glacier Blue and Tango Red.
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