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Washer/Dryer Stack in corner diagonally???

Posted by rikerk (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 21, 12 at 14:46

Has anybody put a washer & dryer stack in a caorner diagonally? I am redoing my Laundry room and the plumbing and dryer vent are right in the corner. The washer/dryer are an LG forntload and they are 27" Wide. How much wall space do I need to have it diagonal? I want to run counters on both sides of the stack. Thanks for your help


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RE: Washer/Dryer Stack in corner diagonally???

Can you please post a layout plan of the proposed remodel? Are you making a diagonal work corner--including countertop? If not, triangular spaces make for odd spaces so will you be closing the countertops with cabinetry at ninety degrees with access into the corner spaces?

It is important that you follow the LG's required space for the surrounds of the units. You might also allow for future widths should you change brands or said brand has a changed units and surround dimensions. There is no reason that a diagonal setup will not work unless you have a requirement of a 180 degree door swing on the units.


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