Buying the right tumble dryer
First and foremost, consider your floor space. If you want your new dryer to live in your kitchen with the rest of your appliances, is there enough space to comfortably fit one in? If you're short on space, you may want to consider buying a smaller machine that can be stacked on top of your existing equipment, without looking out of place. UK tumble dryers come in all shapes and sizes, which makes it easy to find the one that's right for you.
Alternatively, a lot of people now use their garage or spare room to accommodate their dryers and washing machines - if so, make sure you've got the electrics in place before buying, so you can take advantage of the fitting services that some shops now offer. Wherever you decide to put it, make sure you measure up your space!
After space, the main consideration comes down to whether you think a vented or condenser model would best suit your needs.
More traditional venting machines use a tube to pump the damp air directly out of your home. If this option is for you, a permanent vent can be put through a wall or you can just hang a moveable pipe outside your window or door. This is a great option if you're planning to put your new tumble dryer in a kitchen, or don't mind a little bit of construction work to install the permanent pipe.
If you're looking to spend a little more money, a condenser version may be just what you're looking for. These use the latest technology to separate the water from the air and pump it out using your existing plumbing. While they may use a little more energy, the results are a lot better if you live in a flat or you're uncomfortable hanging a pipe outside your home.
Luckily for you, Indesit Tumble Dryers come in both types and are designed with style and economical running costs in mind.