Buying a washer and dryer are fantastic additions for your home. Make sure to get your new appliances professionally hooked up whether it’s electric, gas, front loaders or top loaders.
Hooking up a washer and/or dryer can get complicated so by making sure your washer and/or dryer gets professionally hooked up can help relieve unwanted stress.
Leave the busy work to our team and enjoy your new washer and dryer knowing that it’s professionally handled by Bakersfield’s best plumbers.
Most frequently answered questions to our Washer and Dryer Hookups if you cannot find your answers please feel free to call us or fill out the form below. We are available for service calls 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The washing machine needs an electrical outlet, a supply of hot and cold water and a drain. The dryer also needs electricity, but if it’s an electric dryer, you must install a 240-volt outlet.
Installing a washer and dryer in an existing laundry room with all the necessary plumbing, electricity and vents already in place is typically a fairly straightforward project requiring only basic skills and tools and taking less than an hour.
The plumbing code requires one on every drain and has established rules governing its size and distance from the fixture trap. If you’re joining a washing machine and kitchen sink on the same drain, you may be able to vent them both with a single vent if they are close enough together.