Gas Dryers

Top load or front load gas dryers — Maytag offers both for you to choose from to ensure your laundry pair gets the job done. Choose from Metallic Slate, Heritage White and White to match your washing machine.

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GAS DRYER MACHINES ENGINEERED FOR EVEN DRYING

Maytag® gas dryers help evenly dry the whole load with features like the Extra Power button and Advanced Moisture Sensing on select gas dryers.

 

HANDLE TOUGH LOADS WITH A MAYTAG® GAS DRYER, BUILT WITH STURDY PARTS THAT DRIVE POWERFUL CYCLES

Dry even the toughest loads with Maytag® gas dryers. Gas dryer machines provide powerful, consistent heat to help you get the job done. Select models are designed with sensors that monitor moisture and air temperatures, a wrinkle prevention option, a steam refresh cycle and a heavy-duty motor for fast spinning. Browse our selection of gas-powered dryers to find the right appliance for your needs, or compare gas vs. electric dryers to learn about the benefits of each heat source. Looking for a washer to complete your set? Check out our complete line of laundry appliances and accessories.

 

TOP LOAD GAS DRYERS

Top load gas dryers offer up more storage space on top of the unit as top load gas dryers cannot be stacked. Made to match top load washers, top load gas dryer machines reduce drying time and costs over time compared to top load electric dryers. 

 

FRONT LOAD GAS DRYERS

Like the name suggests, front load gas dryers open from the front and are stackable with front load washers. Adding laundry pedestals to your front load pair will make reaching into your laundry machines easy. 

 

GAS VS. ELECTRIC DRYERS

When deciding between gas vs. electric dryers, you’ll have to decide how you’ll want to provide the heat source for your dryer. Gas dryer machines use natural gas or propane and require a gas hookup while electric dryers use metal heating coils powered by electricity. Gas dryers reduce drying time and costs over time compared to electric dryers, which usually require less money initially.