Originally Posted by Andy M.
I think the travel time would get you.
When I had my gas dryer hooked up it cost less than $100.
When we got the dryer (the first time) they wouldn't hook it up because we had one of those bucket filter things. So we sent the dryer back as we had to have the venting installed to the outside, and we had the gas line moved so we could put the dryer in a better spot.
When we had the dryer delivered again (about a year later cause the old dryer died) they wouldn't do the gas hookup for some reason. I don't even remember what it was, so I did it.
We had dinner with some friends the other night and the subject came up and I mentioned I had hooked up the dryer and Kathleen looked shocked. I told her I figured it was fine, for the last 8 years.