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If your dryer won't start, it's noisy or you have any other problem, we are available to help 24/7. Call us at our local phone number for the same day dryer repair in Chicago:

773 932-0078

For parts only: 800-370-9281

Please note that all purchased dryer parts are shipped directly to you

Our dryer service areas includes entire the Chicago and surrounding areas

Berwyn
Blue Island
Burbank
Palos Hills
Park Ridge
Forest Park
Bedford Park
Bridgeport
Near South Side
Kenwood
Rolling Meadows
Elgin
Evanston
Harvey
Hickory Hills

Chicago
Edison Park
Cicero
Berwyn
Stickney
Oak Park
Riverside
Markham
Northlake
Palos Heights
Oak Forest
Edgewater
Chicago Lawn
East Side
Maywood

East Chicago
Englewood
East Garfield Park
Calumet Heights
Calumet City
Chicago Heights
Chicago
Country Club Hills
Oakland
Archer Hights
North Lawndale
Riverside
Bucktown
Countryside
Des Plaines

And more view the rest of the Chicago dryer repair areas we service

We repair the following dryer brands:

Kitchen Aid
Maytag
Speed Queen
Sub Zero
Wedgewood
Montgomery Wards
Amana
Kenmore
Frigidaire
Admiral

Whirlpool
Admiral
Sears
Amana
Kenmore
Frigidaire
Sears
White Westinghouse
ASKO
Hotpoint

Admiral
Kelvinator
LG
O'Keefe and Merritt
Wolf
Roper
Brown
Caloric
Bosch
Magic Chef

and many many more view all the brands we repair

For your Chicago dryer repair appointment call us 24/7 at our local number:

773 932-0078

Or send an dryer repair appointment request online at appointment@chicagoairheatrepair.com Please include your name, phone number and a very brief summary of your dishwasher problem. As soon as we received your dryer repair appointment request we will contact you immediately.

View the dryer efficiency and service tips below, which will help you to reduce your utility bill and prevent your dryer from needing future repairs. However, if you need to deal with electricity in order for your problem to be fixed, for your own safety we strongly suggest that you DON'T do it on your own. It can be costly and dangerous for your to do electrical work yourself, so please leave it to a professional who is trained and experienced with this type of issue. Call us today to make an dryer service or repair appointment at:

773 932-0078

Dryers used to be controlled simply by setting a timer. You guessed how long it would take to dry a particular load of laundry and set the timer for 60 minutes or 75 minutes, etc. If the clothes came out dry, chances are you continued to use that setting. However, some types of clothes dry much more quickly than others. Overdrying can reduce the life of clothes. Most of the better quality dryers today include this feature.

Dryer Features That Reduce the Need for Ironing

While the energy used for ironing clothes is not technically part of the energy used for washing or drying clothes, it is very related. Moisture-sensing automatic shut off helps here especially if the dryer includes a feature to adjust the level of dryness desired.

Dryer Exhaust Vent Hood

Along with your dryer, buy a dryer vent hood that blocks air infiltration. Dryer vent hoods are available that seal very tightly when the dryer blower is not on. Standard dryer vent hoods have a simpler flapper that is not as effective. Ask your appliance salesperson about dryer vent systems and spend the extra $15 to $20 to buy a tight-sealing one.

Electric dryers may be vented inside the home during the winter months if the house air is dry and if the air vent is properly filtered. Compact electric dryers in apartments and condos are sometimes installed for indoor venting. If the electric dryer is vented inside, watch for moisture on the windows, which would indicate that you're introducing too much moisture into the house.

Dryer Operating costs.

To calculate operating costs for gas and electric dryers, here are some facts you should know.
1. Drying an average load takes about 3.4 kilowatt-hours of electricity.
2. Drying the same load takes approximately 14 cubic feet of natural gas.
3. Get information from your local utility companies about the local cost for electricity per kilowatt-hour, and the local cost of gas per cubic foot.
Fuel rates differ across the country, so your operating costs may differ from those in our samples. But the arithmetic would go like this for figuring electric dryer operating expenses per load:
3.4 kilowatt-hours to dry an average load X2.5 cents per kilowatt-hour
8.5 cents total cost

And the following steps are needed to find the cost for running a gas dryer for one load:

14.0 cubic feet of gas to dry an average load X 0.09 cents per cubic foot
1.3 cents for gas
* 0.4 cents for electricity per load
1.1 cents total cost
When you multiply the cost per load by the number of loads you dry per year, you may find that one fuel will give a substantial saving over the other.

Size. Two things need to be considered in size—capacity and
Floor space.

Capacity. Dryers are available that handle maximum loads from 9 to 20 pounds dry weight. Capacities are usually listed on the dryer hang tag. Remember that wet clothes weigh at least twice as much as dry clothes.

Floor space. Check the measurements of the dryer you plan to buy to be certain it will fit your floor space. Regular dryer widths range from 26 to 31. Inches, heights from 42 to 45 inches, and depths from 25 to 28 inches. Compact dryers as small as 21 inches wide and 36 inches high are available for small loads.

Construction. Both quality and safety are important construction considerations.

Quality. Both drum and cabinet should have smooth, durable finishes. Stainless steel, zinc coating, or porcelain enamel gives you good corrosion protection for the drum. The finish should be listed on the dryer hang tag or in the manufacturer's brochure. Enamel is generally preferred on the dryer cabinet surface because of its resistance to common laundry chemicals and scratches.

Dryer Safety. To be assured of the electrical and mechanical safety of your dryer, buy one that carries a label of a testing laboratory, such its t I ii(lerwriters Laboratories, Inc., or the American Gas Association.

For your Chicago dryer repair appointment call us 24/7 at our local number:

773 932-0078