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Tammy Morton, spokesperson at Living Edge Kitchens5. Measure exactly what you need to storeWhen specifying cabinetry, think about your specific storage requirements. For example, do you need to store cleaning and washing detergents, or long and awkward items such as mops and brooms? Do you want somewhere to keep pet items, space for hampers or washing baskets? Having a clear idea about what you need to store will ensure that your specific needs are catered for in the design.
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What are the different types of machines? Front loaders: These popular machines are energy efficient, give you great wash results, and can be installed under a benchop, which saves you space. Top loaders: Good for those with back issues as you don’t need to bend to load or unload the machine. Washer-dryer combination machines: These space-saving models can wash and dry laundry in a single machine, so you can come home to clean and dry clothes. Be aware that dryer capacity is smaller than washer capacity, so a wash-and-dry load will need to be smaller than a wash-only load.