Add a Stacked Washer and Dryer to Attract and Retain Customers

There are different things you are able to do to attract and retain loyal customers and renters. For instance, luxury high end vacation resorts and apartment complexes should consider installing in-room or in-home laundry by using a stacked washer and dryer. This solution does not take up much space, and it allows your guests or renters the ability to wash and dry their clothes without having to waste their time doing laundry in a shared laundry room. Because the units are stacked on top of each other, they take up a small amount of space. Even if your original building plans did not include washer connections and a dryer vent, adding this solution is not complicated. All that is required is installing a connection to your hot and cold water lines, as well as your water drain. The dryer is completely ventless, so there is no need to install a dryer vent. 

Configuration Options for a Stacked Washer and Dryer  

You have a few different configuration options you can use when installing a stacked washer and dryer. These units are designed so the dryer is stacked on top of the washer using a stacking kit. However, in cases where you have sufficient room for the units to sit side-by-side, you may decide to not stack the units, and instead, place them next to each other. If you are placing the washer and dryer side by side, you just need to make sure the washer is installed closest to the water line and drain connections. Because the dryer is ventless, the only concern is making sure the dryer cord is able to reach the power outlet.