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A washer and dryer combo is an all-in-one appliance that functions as a washing machine and a dryer. This is convenient for rooms with limited spacing, taking up only half the space of washer and dryer sets.
These units are available in 24" and 27" width sizes. They can have up to a full size 13 lbs. capacity, so you can easily load a large amount of dirty clothes. Finishes are available in stainless steel, white, black, chrome, gold, red, silver, and slate to match your personal taste and home decor.
Select from vented and ventless models to suit household amenities. Vented 2 in 1 washer and dryer units expel hot air through an exhaust and to the outside. For a simpler installation, ventless washer and dryer combos can easily be plugged into a 120V outlet without the need of external piping.
Tough stains will be no match to the impeccable performance of these laundry units. Select appliances can have up to 7 wash cycles such as heavy duty, delicates, and quick wash just name a few. Each wash cycles are made to handle specific fabrics with the highest standard of care. You won't even have to worry about clothes shrinking using the drying function. With up to 7 dry cycles, your favorite shirt comes out like brand new every time.
Some all in one washer dryer combos go beyond with a steam cycle feature. This allows you to sanitize and clean pillows, plush toys, and custom-tailored garments that aren't mad to be washed in the washer. The advantages of steam also help reduce wrinkles so ironing will be one less task to do.
For a peace of mind, smart appliances can be operated remotely through Wi-Fi connectivity. This allows you to start a cycle, check the status of your laundry, and receive notifications from anywhere simply by downloading an app onto your mobile phone.
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