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Front-Load Washers

Knock out tough stains with a new front-load washer!

A pesky stain on your favorite jeans or shirt can ruin an outfit. Fortunately, the latest front-loading washing machines can knock them out without breaking a sweat. These powerful appliances can keep everything from delicates to bulky bedding clean and smelling fresh. At ProServices Supply, we have a wide variety of models to fit any facility or preference.

Invest In A New Front-Loader Washing Machine

New front-loader washing machines come with many features to take your laundry game to the next level. There are a variety of energy-efficient models that can help you cut down on your utility bill each month.

Front-load washers have a large capacity, and some even have features such as noise reduction, steam cleaning, and Wi-Fi. They are also a popular choice for their superior washing performance, high efficiency, and water conservation. As compared to Top-Load Washers, these appliances are more energy-efficient and automatically adjust the water usage based on the weight of the clothes. You can also easily raise a front loading washer to a comfortable height by using laundry pedestals.

Choose the Right Front Load Washing Machine

Selecting the best front-loading washing machine can be a daunting task, especially when so many options are available in the market today. So whether you're simply looking for a heavy-duty stain buster or something with all the bells and whistles, consult one of our appliances experts. First things first - plan in advance and know your needs. Consider factors like:

  • Average laundry time
  • Family size
  • Laundry room location

Analyzing these factors will help you better compare washing machines and decide which washer would suit your needs.

Washing Machine Sizes

Before you go shopping, measure the space where you want your washer to go. Generally, washers and dryers measure from about 24 to 33 inches wide.

Washer Capacity

The capacity of a washer depends on the size of the wash basket. When selecting a washer, consider how much laundry it will hold.

If you have a big family and would need to do several loads daily, choosing a large-capacity washer can provide convenience by cutting down on the number of loads needed. Whereas, for those with a small family, a smaller-capacity model will be a good choice to save water and energy. Generally, washers come with the following capacities:

Compact: 1.7 to 2.3 cubic feet

Medium: 2.1 to 2.5 cubic feet

Large: 2.7 to 3 cubic feet

Extra-large: 3.1 or more cubic feet

Types of Washer Cycles

Most basic washers have between 1 and 4 agitation and spin speeds. While some top-of-the-line models offer additional options such as;

  • Preset wash cycles combine differing speeds, temperatures, and levels of agitation.
  • Additional cycles - heavy-duty, presoak, and prewash cycles.
  • Built-in steam cleaning.
  • Water-saver options.
  • Water temperature options.
  • Quick-wash settings.

Energy Efficiency

High-efficiency washers save energy and extend the life of your clothes and linens. Look for Energy Star horizontal-axis, front-loading washers which tumble clothes instead of twisting or rubbing them. These models, which don't have agitators, use less water and energy.

Upgrade Laundry Day With a Front-Load Washer From ProServices Supply

ProServices Supply is your go-to for any size and style of a front-loader washing machine. Find one with all the cycles you need to make laundry a breeze. With the right model, your favorite shirt will always look and fit just right.