If you have moved into a new place and are stuck with a washing line you don’t want or your current line is beyond repair, then you will probably need to remove the old line before installing a new one. Removing a washing line is a little tricky but can be done yourself if you have the right tools.
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If you are replacing a washing line and buying a new one from us then talk to us about our clothesline installation service.
Key things to think about when you are buying a new washing line
Every home should have an outdoor washing line. Outdoor clotheslines save energy over using tumble dryers which reduces your utility bills and is good for the environment. Hanging washing out to dry also allows creases to drop out while it is hanging, and leaves your washing with a fresh clean smell.
Watch our video showing you how to install a Galvanised Clothesline. It also includes some tips and advice to help you through the installation process.
Key things to think about when considering an indoor washing line
Indoor washing lines are useful even if you already have an outdoor line. They give you more drying space if you need to do a particularly large load, and give you options other than your tumble drier when the weather isn’t great.
Choosing clothes washing, things to think about when considering buying and using one.
Modern washing uses appliances, but if you choose carefully, you can reduce the amount of water and energy they use. there are a host of appliances and products designed to make washing day a little easier. However, using all these modern conveniences doesn’t always mean washing day is kind on the environment.