Question about Dryers
Unfortunatly you'll need to either knock, hammer and chisel, or drill, using a core drill, which you can hire from a tool hire shop, a hole through the wall. Then connect up the dryer hose to a vent kit which will fit in the hole in the wall.
You can buy the vent kits from most DIY shops and electrical shops (they don't cost much). This is the best way.
Alternatetivly you can buy a special filter box that the dryer hose fits into. This is best if the dryer isn't next to an outside wall. Again most DIY shops and electrical shops sell these.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
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