Drying Clothes and Saving Money this Fall Season

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November 2, 2021

Drying Clothes and Saving Money this Fall Season

A person hanging laundry on a drying rack

Now that it’s November and fall weather is in full swing, the sun may not be cutting it for those who rely on its natural heat to dry laundry on an outdoor clothesline. Though you may enjoy that lower energy bill, the fact is clothes do not dry as well in cold, damp weather!

Or you may simply rely on a machine dryer year-round because you don’t have a yard or outdoor area suitable for a clothesline. In either case, you can still continue to save energy and money by making sure your clothes dryer is performing at peak efficiency.

Visit the Energy Saver Blog to learn how you can save money and energy when drying your laundry this fall.

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