Frustrated by yet another common laundry room problem (broken card machine), we're dreaming of having our very own washer and dryer. In a tiny living space it's hard to find room for such large appliances.
During a house tour (to be posted soon), we heard about all-in-one washer/dryers and have since been researching them. See what we found below the jump...
The all-in-one units automatically switch from washer to dryer so you can turn the laundry on in the morning and come home to warm clothes in the evening. Drawbacks include long run times, wrinkled garments and small load size. We found a variety of companies that make the combination units, including:
- the Asko WCAM1812 Combo Washer/Dryer
- the LG WM3431HW All-In-One Washer Dryer - advertised as energy-star rated and quiet operation
- the Haier Front-Load Washer/Dryer Combo
- the Equator EZ3720CEE 14-Pound Combo Ventless Condensing Washer Dryer
Have you tried an all-in-one washer/dryer? Did a professional install them?
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