Cape Cod in Del MarTraditional Laundry Room, San Diego
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What’s good to know? Always be sure of the room and machine measurements. Your average front-load washer, for example, will be about 600 millimetres wide, but the cavity will need to be slightly larger so that the cabinetry doesn’t vibrate loudly when the washer is on a spin cycle. Also check where your hose connections are located, as most washers come with a standard length water inlet and outlet hoses, and you’ll need to make sure they reach. Check the machine’s drainage outlet. Some are located on the side and some on the front of the machine. If the drain is on the side, you’ll need to leave around 100 millimetres space at the side of the machine to allow for the drain hose to be connected to the machine without any kinks (which can prevent proper water drainage and lead to issues).