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How You Can Integrate A Washer and Dryer With Your DIY Kitchen Units

If you want to get some DIY kitchen units installed then you will want to do everything you can to get the best result as well as making sure that your kitchen is planned out meticulously. If you have your appliances integrated into the design that you have then you will find that it’s very easy for you to get the whole thing done. Of course, if you do want to get your washer and your dryer installed then you will need to make sure that you have a 600mm deep worktop and some space between the base units that you have. If you don’t have a very large kitchen and you don’t have many open base units then you can easily baton a worktop onto another wall. You can then add two panels onto either side and this gives the worktop something to rest on and it also gives you the chance to put your appliance in while also installing a door onto the front as well. If you do want to tidy things up then it is very easy for you to run a plinth across the bottom and you can also use some filler panels as well.


Freestanding Appliances


If you want to have a freestanding appliance then you could easily use some 2 x 347mm wide doors for every appliance that you have. This will give you 700mm in total width for your appliance and this is also taking into account the fact that a lot of washers and dryers are wider when compared to single doors. Standard doors usually measure 597mm. Of course, it is important to know that freestanding units are much deeper in terms of their size as well so you will want to use a much deeper worktop. You should be looking at ones that are around 670mm in depth or deeper so you can slot your appliance into the gap. If you have a laminate or solid wood counter top the you can place a panel at the side of the washing machine. A baton at the back would be more than enough to support the work top and this is a great way for you to make sure that you are doing everything you can to get the kitchen you need set up to all of your specifications.


Your Local Professional


Of course, if you don’t have any experience setting up your own kitchen then all you really have to do is contact your local professional today to see if they can help you. They can work with you to make sure that you are more than happy with the job that has been done and they can also help you to make sure that everything is done to try and give you the best result out of your installation in general. They can also talk you through the design that is drawn up as well so you can offer your own input.


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