LG, Whirlpool and GE produce multiple washer and dryer combinations. Many of these space-saving models carry the Energy Star seal, which is bestowed on appliances that comply with federal energy efficiency guidelines.
The washer and dryer combination units produced by GE comprise the company's Spacemaker line. These Energy-Star certified appliances feature a traditional stacked construction, with a front-loading dryer mounted above a top-loading washing machine. The GE Unitized Spacemaker is a popular model in the Spacemaker line. It offers two spin speeds, five temperature levels and nine fabric care settings.
LG produces several washer and dryer combinations. These appliances combine washing and drying in a single machine. Top-loading and front-loading models are available. Each combination laundry machine features LG 6Motion technology, which involves six types of motion during the wash cycle. All LG combination laundry machines have a 10-year motor warranties.
Whirlpool manufactures gas and electric combination laundry machines in stacked configurations. The smallest units have 1 1/2-gallon wash baskets, while the capacity of the largest is 2 1/2 gallons. Whirlpool's proprietary Gentle Wash System protects delicate fabrics while cleaning them thoroughly. The larger machines also promote water conservation, offering users three load size settings so that the right amount of water can be used.