Should I use an interior dryer vent?
When we moved in to our house, we found that, while there is a set of taps and a dryer plug in the laundry room, there is no vent for the dryer. It is an interior room, without direct access to an outside wall. Do you think I am missing something? What are the pros and cons of getting some sort of interior vent system (as suggested by a guy at Home Depot), and otherwise, what do we have to think about in terms of building in a vent to the outside? Thanks for any thoughts you have, and don't ask me why I didn't notice this before I bought the house.
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