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If your washer is leaking or just doesn’t come on, we are free to offer a resolution for your washer issue immediately. Just call our toll free number and we will take care of the rest, whether advising you what to do or setting up an appointment to diagnose and fix the issue. We are available any time of day or night to help you with your Spokane Washer Repair at:
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Our service area includes Spokane Coeur d'Alene and the adjoining areas. Please see our service area list below to check whether we provide service where you live:
City of Spokane Valley
Nine Mile Falls
Coeur D Alene
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We have included the information below is included here to help you get more familiar with your washer. The information can also lengthen the life of your washer, and help you learn how to use them most efficiently—which, as you know, will ultimately save you money on your utility bills. Please note, however, that we have not posted anything recommending that you perform any washer repairs on your own. Washer repairs require familiarity, skilled training and washer repair gear. Repairs for electric and gas washer systems can become especially dangerous if you aren’t a qualified professional. For the skilled expertise of a Spokane washer repair technician call us any time of day or night at:
The Pros and Cons of a Front-Loading Washing Machine
Once found exclusively in Laundromats, front-load washing machines have become a fashionable new addition to home appliances. Hailed for their energy efficiency, washing ability and modern design, front-loaders have flooded the market; most major appliance companies now offer at least one model. But before you toss out your tried-and-true top-loader, consider the pros and cons of switching styles.
Arguably the number one reason people consider getting a front-load washing machines is energy efficiency. Consider water usage: Top-loaders need enough water to cover all of the clothes in the drum, while the front-loaders fill only partially. Unlike top-load machines, they clean the clothes by lifting them to the top of the tub and dropping them back into the water. What’s more, a front-load washer doesn’t completely drain soapy water and refill the entire machine with water like the top-loaders. Instead, it saves gallons by spraying clean water over the clothes as they rotate in the drum. In addition, front-load models have spin cycles as high as 1,000 to 1,2000 revolutions per minute. Those whipping speeds mean the washer removes more moisture from the clothes, requiring shorter drying times. Despite their space-conserving design, front-loaders can actually fit more clothes, which cuts down on the number of loads.
Another benefit of the front-loader is that is kinder to your clothes. Because front-loaders don’t have an agitator, there’s no tugging and pulling (or tangling of your stockings), which increases the life and look of your clothes. For the design-conscious washer, front-loaders offer a number of space-saving options. Most models can be stacked with a comparably sized dryer on top or installed to fit underneath a counter.
The principle disadvantage to a front-load washing machines is cost. Like most new technologies, the price tag for front-loaders is high. Prices start around $700, double what a good quality top-load washer will set you back. Energy saving should eventually help you recoup that investment, however. Another new advancement is the front-load washer detergent. These types of washers require a low sudsing soap, which is becoming more common, but still limits your choices for brands.
For folks with back problems or knee problems, the front-door washer can be a real pain. You’ll need to bend down to put the laundry in and take the wet laundry out. And for the forgetful types, don’t even think of trying to open the door to throw in that dropped sock after the machine has started. Front-load machines lock once the wash cycle has started.
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