Laundry centers are a combination of a washer and dryer, with the dryer on the top and washer on the bottom. This stacked configuration halves their foot and helps utilize limited spaces, making them great for apartments and compact rooms.
Washers have up to a 3.9 cu ft capacity and dryers have up to 6.7 cu ft, easily fitting king size comforters without having to squeeze them in. You'll not only save space but time as well. Unlike the all-in-one washer and dryer combos which can only do a single load at a time, laundry centers make it possible for you to do a washing load and drying load simultaneously.
Find a laundry center that is a perfect match for your home. Width sizes range from a model 24" up to a slightly larger 27", along with black and white finishes. Most are vented, to thoroughly expel hot air to the outside and provide faster drying cycles. Select gas units can be converted to LP using a conversion kit.
Dirty table clothes from a festive Thanksgiving gathering can easily be cleaned and ready for the next lavish dinner party. Laundry centers can have up to 12 wash cycles and 6 dry cycles to ensure fabrics are handled with the highest standard of care, so they come out freshly clean every time. Many laundry sets feature an easy to use turn-dial dial to get your desired cycle started.
Some models have earned an Energy Star rating, in which they consume less energy and water to help save our planet. Most are durably designed with a stainless steel drum to outlast the standard laundry unit.
Not only are these stackable pairs great for residential use, select models are also a great addition to businesses such as laundromats. These coin operated commercial laundry centers are built to withstand daily usage of constant loads. Explore laundry center reviews and models from popular brands such as Kenmore, GE, Frigidaire, and more.
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