You have several different options when it comes to selecting LG washers to fit your needs. One option you might consider is the traditional method most people are familiar with, and this is to purchase your washer and dryer as separate units. This option is perfect if you have a laundry room in your home with washer and dryer hookups already installed. Another option some people utilize is to stack their washers and dryers to help save on space. This method requires placing the dryer on top of the washer, so you do need plenty of height in the room where the units are installed. However, this does free up space, where the second unit would have rested, for you to install a laundry table for ironing or folding your clothes. A third option available is to consider washer dryer combos that combine both appliances into one single machine.
LG Washers Capacities Should Be Matched with the Dryers
Whenever you are selecting LG washers as separate appliances from your dryer, you need to make sure to match the capacity of the washer with your dryer. For example, if you were to purchase an extra-large capacity washer and pair it with a regular sized dryer, you would not be able to dry all of your clothes at the same time. Instead, your laundry loads would end up having to be split in half, because you would have to run two dryer cycles for every single load washed. This is also not energy-efficient, because if you were washing 16 pounds of clothing at a time and your dryer could accommodate 12 pounds of clothing, you would be spending excess electricity to dry 4 pounds of clothes. Nor is it energy-efficient to cut your laundry loads down to 12 pounds, because you purchased an extra-large capacity washer, which would end up being a waste of money. The best solution, of course, is to purchase matching pairs: find a washer that matches your existing dryer, or look at an all-in-one unit.