It Takes Some Planning To Find The Right Place For A Laundry Room
For many homeowners, there’s no need to talk to Baltimore contractors about laundry concerns since the laundry machines will go in the basement. But not everyone has or wants that option for their laundry machine placement. Some homes don’t have basements, and some homeowners prefer a more accessible area to wash clothes. Here are the things you need to consider when figuring out where to put your laundry room.
The Plumbing Factor With Baltimore Contractors
First and foremost, laundry machines, particularly the washing machine, will require plumbing infrastructure. Water needs to be pumped into the machines, and there needs to be a drain where used laundry water can flow out. This means any location for a laundry room should have access to the property’s plumbing lines.
The further away from plumbing the machines are, the more it will cost to connect them to that line.
It Doesn’t Have To Be A Room
Not everyone has the available square footage in their home to have a room dedicated only to laundry. This is why it sometimes makes sense to double up certain areas. For example, it’s not uncommon in apartments and condos to have a laundry “alcove” or niche built into the wall near a kitchen to take advantage of the existing plumbing.
If a home has a mud room to handle seasonal footwear changes, this is another good location. Some people prefer to place their laundry machines on the home’s second floor, closer to the bedrooms and closets where clothing is stored, making for shorter trips.
Wherever you’re thinking of putting your laundry machines or creating a laundry room, experienced professional Baltimore contractors can get you the results you want. If this is what you’re looking for, contact us today. We can help with kitchen, bathroom, and other plumbing-related upgrading projects you have in mind for your home.