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Efficient, Stylish Laundry Room Solutions for Your Living Space
Whether you have a dedicated laundry room or utility room off of your kitchen or in your basement, or a small hallway or closet to store your washer and dryer, RC Willey’s expert sales teams will be happy to help you find the right laundry appliances, furniture, and accessories to make the most of your space<./p>
A laundry area with gas or electric washers and dryers that you know are working efficiently and reliably will make tackling the never-ending task a whole lot easier (and more enjoyable)! RC Willey is proud to offer low-price guarantees on name-brand appliances to help you create the laundry room of your dreams. RC Willey also features stylish furnishings to complete your laundry room’s design. Consider adding a rug, bench, shelving, or storage to your laundry room to give it a welcoming and high-functioning feel that also expresses your unique style. No matter if you’re going for a full laundry room makeover or simply replacing your washer or dryer, RC Willey is the place to find just what you need to keep your day-to-day laundry needs running smoothly and effectively.
Frequently Asked Questions About Laundry Rooms
- Where should a laundry room be located in the house?
- Is a utility room the same as a laundry room?
A laundry room or laundry closet can be located in many places in your home—basements, near a kitchen or bathroom, in a hallway—but there are considerations to take before committing to an area. First, a sturdy, level floor is needed to support the weight of your washer and dryer. You will need to take into account the combined weight of the appliances. Convenience is another factor—keeping the laundry room within a realistic distance to your living areas (both not too far way and not too close) will make the laundry task and its accompanying noise much easier to tolerate. Safety is another issue to consider. If carrying bulky laundry is an issue for you, you may want to try to design your laundry room on a ground level rather than one located in a basement.
Typically, a utility room has all the features of a laundry room (washer, dryer, surface to fold clothes) but can also serve as a place for storage of other items like vacuums, cleaning supplies, seasonal items, and tools.