What Is the Difference between a LG Washer Dryer Combo and a Regular Model?
One question people have when shopping for new laundry appliances for their home is the difference between an LG washer dryer combo and an LG conventional side-by-side or stackable model. The primary difference is a combination model includes both the washing and drying features in a single appliance. It also combines optimal capacity and energy-saving efficiency to provide you with clean clothes with an appliance that takes up less space.
LG washer dryer combo appliances are fairly new to the United States market, but have been readily available for years in international markets. This is due to the fact they use half the water, energy and space of conventional appliances. There are other advantages besides these. Not only are you able to have in-home laundry without taking up much space, but also to have a machine that is easier to maintain because there are fewer parts. Further, the LoDecibel™ Quiet Operation found in LG combination models keeps your laundry area from sounding like you are at a laundromat. Additionally, you have the flexibility to customize your wash cycles based on the size and weight of each load, with the LG SenseClean technology for optimal energy-efficient performance.
One of the best features of a combination model is it does not require any dryer venting in your home. Thanks to advances in drying technologies, dryer vents are no longer required. As a result, you are able to place your new LG combination appliance in any area of your home, as long as you have access to hot and cold water lines, a discharge drain, and a 110 V three-prong outlet, like in your kitchen.