There’s plenty to consider when buying a new washer.
Just doing laundry for you and your dog, or do you have a youth soccer team to keep spot free? Make sure you consider how much laundry you are doing each week and what kind of stains you might need to tackle. Small laundry room? Keep in mind the size of the space where your washer will go, and what your plumbing needs will be.
Take a peek at this checklist to determine what you might want in a washer:
Offers the traditional look and cycle options
More convenient to load
Less maintenance than front-loading machines
In general, less expensive than its front-loading counterparts
Also available in HE models
Removes more water from your load resulting in shorter drying times
More cycle types for all of your washing needs
Gentler on your washables
Quieter than top-loading machines
HE/ENERGY STAR compliant saving you water, electricity and money!
Adds the detergent, bleach and fabric softener automatically for optimal clean and less work for you!
Provides a higher level of sanitation perfect for removing allergens. Steam wash machines also help soften your fabrics and remove tough stains.
Automatically changes water temperatures based on wash settings.
Sometimes a melodious tune or a short chirp, either way it’ll let you know when your laundry is ready for the dryer.
More durable than traditional porcelain or plastic tubs; because this material only gets smoother over time there is less wear and tear on your clothing.
This optional front-load accessory lifts your machine off of the ground making your washables easier to load. It also provides extra storage to organize your laundry room.