Need to save your electricity? Use outdoor clothesline to dry your clothes

Posted by Breezecatcher on August 25th, 2017

Drying clothes outdoors offers homeowners an option to cut down on the electricity bills spent towards electric dryers. In addition, an outdoor umbrella clothesline offers great benefits from the natural disinfectant qualities of sunlight and lesser wear and tear of the clothes. Residents in the U.S and other developed nations spend a significant amount towards electricity bills and the amount will only increase over the years as the world grapples with problems of providing sufficient power. As power sources will turn costlier over the years, the bills are only expected to rise. Here are compelling reasons showing why it is prudent to choose an outdoor clothes dryer umbrella to save on electricity bills.

Electricity bills for clothes drying throughout the year from dryers

Most locations across the globe, have seasons, including glorious summers preceded by spring. Summer, spring and autumn will invariably offer moderate to more than adequate sunlight to dry clothes.  An outdoor clothesline can cut down on the electricity bills during these three seasons easily. The use of a portable clothes line will permit home owners to install the clothesline indoors for use during winters.

Precious natural resources

The unbridled use of natural resources for generation of power has led to a situation where nations across the world are increasingly looking at alternative methods for power generation. In addition, the effect on the environment with the emission of heat from power generation plants has prompted a search for greener and more sustainable methods of power generation. An umbrella clothesline helps to keep the demand for electricity lesser. As more and more households look at outdoor clotheslines to dry clothes, the burden on the grid is bound to reduce over time.

Drying of all types of clothes

A clothes dryer would be unsuitable at times for heavy clothes or may consume more electricity. On the other hand, outdoor clothes lines are suitable for all kinds of clothes.  Clothes of any size or weight can be easily and thoroughly dried. This helps in considerable savings. Month over month the amount spent towards electricity bills for drying clothes may actually add up to a significant amount when calculated in total. Outdoor clotheslines do not require any operating expenses or repairs and are expected to last long due to the rugged and superior build and finish of the components.

An outdoor clothesline will maintain the condition of the clothes without causing any weakening of the fibers or deterioration of the condition of the clothes. Similarly, natural light has strong disinfectant and natural qualities that help to keep the clothes in impeccable condition. Bleaching with chemicals can cause the clothes to wear out faster. Drying clothes outdoors does not require the addition of chemicals for bleach and as a consequence the clothes will remain in a better condition with longer life. The considerable savings in electricity, combined with better life of the clothes and better drying make outdoor clothes dryers a better choice over appliances that consume electricity.


About the author:

BreezeCatcher Clothesline was established in 2005 by Tom Delaney. Tom is an engineer with electronic and mechanical experience and specialized in the instrumentation field in various industries from medical devices to the petroleum retail industry. Tom was dissatisfied with the quality of a shop bought rotary clotheslines so decided to design a robust model for use at his home in Dublin Ireland. The design proved so popular with family and friends he decided to establish the Breezecatcher Clothesline Company. In 2005, he launched an on-line store and now sell direct to home-owners and retail stores worldwide. They have a large variety of clothesline varying in features from height adjust-ability to deluxe top spinning rotary clotheslines to fix head umbrella clotheslines with wood grain finish and many more

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