Well Organized Garage Laundry Rooms
The garage is often considered storage space for a home, but with a little creative planning, it can also serve as comfortable, well-organized garage laundry rooms. There are several ways to create garage laundry rooms. And here are some of them. Select your washer and dryer units. Decide if you have enough space for two standard-sized units or if a stackable washer and dryer work better in your garage space. Hire a plumber to install a drain line and a hot and cold water line to the washing machine. Have the dryer vent installed through the wall of the garage behind the dryer. Hire an electrician to install electrical outlets for your washer and dryer. You will need a 110-volt outlet for the washing machine and a 220-volt outlet for the dryer. If your garage already has a 110-volt outlet near the washing machine, that will save you the expense of installing both lines. Paint the walls before setting up the washer and dryer. Use joint compound to fill in any holes made by the plumber and electrician.
Paint the wall the same or a complementary color as the other garage walls once the joint compound dries. Install shelves and cabinets to make garage laundry rooms more functional and convenient. Install shelves above the units to hold laundry supplies and for hanging clothes, and position a cabinet with a counter next to the units for extra storage and as a surface for folding clothes.