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Front Load Washers
Front load washers will make laundry days a breeze. In comparison to standard top load washers, these front load washing machines don’t have an agitator. Laundry is simply loaded from the front, which allows more room for items and requires less water usage during cycles. This efficiency has even earned most models an Energy Star rating, leaving a small carbon footprint. Browse Energy Star rated front load washers from leading brands including Blomberg, Bosch, Electrolux, Miele, Whirlpool, and more.
One of the benefits of front load washing machines is that this design allows some models to be stackable. Front load washers that are stackable can simply be placed on top of matching front load dryers, taking up minimal floor space in your home. Some are ADA compliant, making it easily accessible for just about anyone to wash their favorite shirt. With capacities up to a cavernous 5.8 cu ft, you’ll be able to fit duvets, long drapery, and other bulkier items with ease. Sizes range from a compact 24” width up to a larger 30” in width.
From delicate garments to stubborn stains, front load washers are feature rich to ensure laundry comes out fresh. They can have up to an impressive 37 cycles, such as quick wash and a steam cycle. Steam cycles help reduce the appearance of wrinkles as well as sanitize items that can’t be cleaned in the washer like stuffed toyed animals. Cycles can simply be selected from the digital and knob controls.
Taking it to the next level, front load washers with Wi-Fi connectivity can be controlled and monitored from virtually anywhere. By downloading a brand app onto your smart device, you’ll be able to start cycles, check the status of load, and get notifications without having to be present in your laundry room. Some can even operate with voice assistant devices such as Alexa, as a hands-free option.
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