Indoor Dryer Vent Kit $15. Mine is connected to an exterior vent but this seems like a great way to get your money out of using your electric dryer in the winter since venting it INSIDE means you get to keep the heat it creates (plus its "wet" heat). Double smart. I would totally switch the vent twice a year for that!
Vent your electric dryer indoors during the winter to save on electricity (no cold outside air entering dryer to replace the vented air), and gas (heat is released into the house). WARNING: Electric dryers in dry climates only! (The steam released into the air is great in Utah, but will foster mold in more humid places.)
This is interesting!!- Indoor Dryer Vent - Luv this! It helps keep the basement toasty warm and the house smelling laundry fresh! Plus my clothes dry in only one cycle now, so the electric bill will be much better during the winter mos.
Get Rid of Excess Humidity - Eliminating the sources of humid air will help dry out your basement. Seal leaky dryer vents with foil tape to prevent unwanted humid air from entering your basement. Don't just use duct tape; it'll eventually fall off. Add a vent fan to your basement bathroom and make sure your family turns it on during showers. Keep your basement windows closed during humid weather. And if you're still getting condensation on cool surfaces, run a dehumidifier to lower the…