Retractables are not complicated either but they do require a few more steps to use them but these are the most discreet-looking of the bunch since they barely take up any space when the lines are retracted, capacity-wise they come a close second to rotary hoists but they do span over a wide space.
For the others that do not prefer the ones we have mentioned above, either a ceiling mounted airer or portable unit the right one for you, the former utilises an unused space while the other provides the freedom of drying clothes anywhere you wish.
Before You Pull The Trigger
Since the Northern Suburbs are situated right by the ocean, it is imperative that you look for an airer that has impeccable resistance against corrosion and can withstand extreme weather conditions like storms.
Below is a short list of key characteristics to look for in a clothesline that we think is beneficial in terms of helping you figure out the exact airer to look for and ensure that it will last a very long time.
Key characteristics of an airer suitable for the Northern Suburbs:
- Corrosion resistance
- Sturdy, reliable frame
- Designed to withstand strong winds
- High quality drying lines
We always remind our customers to to acquire a dryer that is constructed out of stainless steel, galvanised steel, or aluminium. These three are some of the most popular materials used to manufacture clotheslines because of their availability and reliability.