Moving a washer and dryer to the other side of the same wall is not very difficult, but the operation requires some plumbing and electrical knowledge and involves opening the plumbing in an adjacent room to connect appliances. To do this, you have to break the drywall, flip the connections, and fix the wall before installing the washer and dryer. Or you can go directly to help with electricity and gas work.
You can ask a professional moving company to help you with this operation. The cost is usually cheaper than moving the washer and dryer upstairs. Moving into a basement also often brings the washer and dryer closer to water pipes and drainpipes that can be utilized or tapped. But you will need to install an outside vent as well as electrical connections.
Moving the washer and dryer to the garage can save your living space. The garage floor is concrete, which is also perfect for appliances such as a washer and dryer. But installing a washer and dryer in a garage also requires plenty of space and requires you to choose a suitable location for them.
Moving a laundry room from the basement to the main floor is one of the most common home improvement projects. Not only is this a great way to increase the value of your home, it's also an easy way to add space to your home. But before installation, you need to carefully consider issues such as noise, cost, space and safety.