Laundry Room and the Right Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

To create a functional laundry room, you may need to focus on the major laundry appliances — washers and dryers. And below are some helpful tips if you are going to purchase those two appliances.

# Washing Machines

– Set the budget and determine the proper wash capacity, spin speed, and other specifications as you need in your household by asking yourself that you often have to wash in large quantities or not; OR frequently wash lightly or heavily soiled clothes.

– Washing machines with faster spin speeds produce drier clothes and reduce the amount of time you need to use a tumble dryer.

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

– The types of washing machines available are top-loading washer and front-loading washer, compact washer, and washer-dryer combination. Consider the pros and cons of each type carefully before making a decision.

– The variety of features, programs and settings can be confusing, so think carefully about your requirements and do not buy a washing machine that is more complicated than you need. A ‘Handwash/Wool’ program, for example, would be useful if you have a lot of delicate clothes.

– Choose a machine with a high energy efficiency rating and which uses less water.

– Noise levels from the washing machine also crucial. If possible, better opt for the quiet-performance machine. The quiet washing machine is so useful if you have to do your wash at night or live in a home with open space.

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

# Dryers

– There are only 2 types of dryers — electric and gas. When it comes to choosing gas dryer, make sure that you have a gas line available in your laundry area. Although the purchase price of gas and the installation cost of a gas dryer might be higher than using an electric dryer in the first place, a gas dryer will cost less in the long run.

– Vented dryers expel hot air to the outside via a hose and must be sited on an external wall.

– Condenser dryers convert hot air to water, which is collected in a reservoir. They are noisier, more expensive and slower.

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

Laundry Room and Appliances

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