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Cathy Schwabe Architecture
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Laundry in bathroom
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through the side wall directly. I grew up with a vent free dryer - the flexible pipe came over the top and was allowed to drain into a small basin that was
Bosch. Actually the dryer is vented - this model had three knockout options for venting -- both sides and rear -- so this vents from the left side, through
“sink between the washer /dryer” — electricdan66
Interior Works Inc
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Arts and Crafts Laundry Room
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violation to use non-vented doors in washer/dryer set up?
I thought it was code that an enclosed washer/dryer had to be behind vented doors, such as doors
Anyone know anything about this? I'd like to mine this way without the vented doors.
We installed a venting kit ($80) to the dryer so all condensation is vented through the back of the dryer to outside.
clients do, especially on the second level of a house. It's all properly vented.
install venting kit to dryer to outside
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Big Panda Design
215 Boul Saint-Laurent #32
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how is the dryer vented in this scenario???
laundry in the kitchen? now that would free up the existing room for office/guest room ;)
Washer dryer in kitchen vented through wall!
vent, laundry...ceiling, lighting, venting system
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Claudio Ortiz Design Group, Inc.
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Laundry Room
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back, it would seem very difficult to attach the washer hoses and the dryer vent. I like the built-in look/functionality, but wonder about those issues.
Trying to keep the hose vent line up and not crushed or blocked with no room to work was difficult. Seems if you could vent on the side would be easier
When measuring, make sure to check the depth carefully. The water hoses and vent hoses take up considerable space to the back. If you have space and are
out. Also take less depth. For dryer, same comment as other, if you can vent drier to the left, most driers have that option and will help access and
out from the wall. So in this case the plumbing pipes/connections and dryer vent would be attached and then the units moved back into place. Also remember
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Curtis Laney & Laney, The Design Company, Inc.
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Tahoe's "Lake House"
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vented screen door of drying closet
vented door...Vented door for w/d...Vented closet/bike table...Drying closet - vented door
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John Hannah Architectural Design & Rendering
Montreal Loft Renovation
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If you can't vent these doesn't it create a problem for heat and dust buildup?
by and large, the latter concern is considered as secondary. as for the vent pipe, we are actually quite happy with its utilitarian appearance. without
there are electric dryers that don't need vent stacks -- better yet LG's new heat pump dryer that reuses the heat generated
I believe this is vented out with the dryer, nice idea!
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jodi foster design + planning
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Waterfront Estate
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what about pulling the dryer to clean the vent? how do you unplug the dryer and to pull out and then align the vent when pushing back?
this out to suit your project requirements. If you need help, please feel free to contact me directly. Cheers, Jodi.
“Wainscoting behind w/d” — domalcala
Castle Building & Remodeling
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Contemporary House Remodel and Addition
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is 2x6" deep, which is probably deep enough to handle the 4" dryer exhaust vent, which goes up inside the wall to the attic and comes out the roof. The
into the opening; much like a conventional range in a kitchen. The dryer vent would be hooked up after the dryer is in place, through the access panel
what you are looking for specifically in the small kitchen layouts. Feel free to visit our website ..., call us 612-789-8509 or email us info@castlebri
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