Any time you lack sufficient space in your home, apartment, or condominium, you still have options for adding in-home laundry and eliminating trips to your local laundromat. If you have access to a utility room or other storage location with a minimum of 26 inches of width, 70 inches of height, and 50 inches of depth space, you have room to add a stackable compact washer and ventless dryer. These are two separate appliances, where the dryer is placed on top of the washer. If you have additional space, you could choose to place the appliance side-by-side instead.
Another option, if you lack the necessary clearance for a stackable compact washer and dryer, is to consider a combination all-in-one model. This appliance incorporates both the washing and ventless drying functions into a single machine. The types of connections required for a stackable and combination model are access to hot and cold water lines and a discharge water drain, 3-prong standard household outlet, and a special 220 volt dryer outlet for stacked models.
For homes without a utility room or available space, a combination washer dryer may be more beneficial, because you have the ability to convert it into a portable unit where you can roll it right up to your kitchen sink to do laundry. All that is required to make the conversion is a wheel kit and kitchen faucet kit. The washer obtains hot and cold water right from the faucet and pumps discharge water right down the sink drain.