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Front Load Washers for Sale

There are several things to consider when looking to purchase a new washer. Washing machines help clean your clothes with motion - agitators help remove stains and dirt from your clothes. Before making your purchase, you should know the pros and cons of a front load washer to determine if this is the best washer for you and your family. Once you have decided on the best washing machine - Conn's HomePlus has various options to best fit your needs.

How Do Front Load Washers Work?

Front load washers clean clothes by simply moving them in water. Front loaders that are high-efficiency do not have agitators - but instead have molded vanes that help move your laundry around. Some machines have tubs that spin in both directions that loosen up the dirt.

Pros and Cons of Front Load Washers

When choosing a front-loading washer - it is best to know the features and functions. However, you should know the pros and cons of a front load washer.

Pros

  • Less Electricity – front load washers use less electricity than top load washers. According to the U.S. Department of Energy – we could save 14.9 billion kWh of energy a year if only front load washers were used. Also, regular front load washer use could lower your home power usage.

  • Less Wear and Tear on Clothes – since front load washers tumble your clothes, this reduces wear and tear on your clothes, making them last longer.

  • Takes Less Space – even full-size front load washers can be stacked – with this being said, you do not need as much floor space compared to a top loader.

  • Spins Faster – front load washing machines spin faster, so your clothes are 10% drier at the end of your wash cycle.

  • Uses Less Water – on average, a front load washing machine uses 20 gallons of water – this is about half of what a top load washer uses.

    Cons

  • Not as Easy to Load – bending over to load your clothes and taking them out can be difficult for some individuals.

  • Cannot Add Items Mid-Wash – if you have forgotten to add something after the cycle has started, the door locks. You cannot add in a garment last minute.

  • More Expensive – front load washers are typically more expensive than top loaders.

  • Harder to Service – you will need to hire a professional to work on your front loader if something breaks down.

Shop Conn’s HomePlus

Front load washers have a larger capacity, and some even have more features, such as noise reduction, Wi-Fi, and steam cleaning. When looking for the best front load washer for your home Conn's HomePlus carries some of the best brands, including Samsung, LG, and GE.

Laundry may seem like a chore, but with Conn’s, you can do it with a washer that performs great and gives you the best performance.

At Conn’s, we have top load, front load or stackable options. Good credit or building credit, we have financing options available to help you upgrade your washer and dryer at home.