Depending on how many loads you wash and dry in a week, the capacity you roughly need for both, and how accommodating your current space is, washer dryers can be a good option for households with either a tight laundry or when a dryer is required only some of the time.
In a washer dryer combo, you get all the benefits of a front load washing machine, however their drying performance, energy consumption, and drying time may not be as effective and efficient as a standalone dryer. When relying regularly on a washing machine and dryer equally, this is a no brainer – you really need individual appliances to get the job done.
Washer dryers can be handy for some considering you can wash or dry clothes only – or go from wet to dry in the one cycle depending on your week-to-week laundry demands. Some even have a separate wash compartment below the main washer dryer to run a small, delicate load simultaneously, like LG’s Signature washer dryer combo.