Nothing lasts forever. That holds true for cars, mattresses, televisions and washing machines. If your old washer has seen better days and you’re in the market for a new model you’ll want to consider a few factors before heading off to the store. One of the first things you’ll be looking at is size. Do you need to stack your washing machine on top of your dryer? Is your laundry machine space a tight squeeze? Make sure you measure twice before settling on a new machine.
Another important factor is drum capacity. As your family grows so too does the need for a sturdy washing machine. A larger drum capacity actually allows for fewer washes because you’ll be able to fit more inside. That way you won’t be wasting water or power constantly running your washer just to keep up with the demand for clean clothes. In terms of a brand for your new washer you’re sure to find plenty of good and bad reviews for every model. Why not ask your friends what type of machine they use. Get an opinion you can trust. You should consider buying a new washer and dryer as a major investment. These are appliances you’ll be using all the time. That’s why it might be smarter to spend a little extra for a really solid performance as opposed to cutting corners now only to be forced to pay for repairs or replacement before long.
Speaking of repairs, make sure you find out all you can about the machines guarantee and warranty. This is another area where don’t want to compromise cost over efficiency. It might be worth the few extra dollars it would cost for the extended warranty. And as long as you’re getting a new model, why not splurge for a few conveniences? Many models come with touch pad controls to make a wide range of adjustments. You can manipulate the amount of water you use and how long the spin cycle needs to be for every wash. With the computer-programmed machines, all the guesswork is taken out of laundry day. Isn’t that worth it?
Before getting too excited about a new washer and dryer combo you’ll have to deal with the old one. The best way forward would be to hire Junk King Hudson Valley for the removal and disposal of your appliances. Junk King always sends out a two-man crew and big truck on every call. That crew won’t have any problem unhooking your washer and dryer and loading it up on their truck. They can also load up any other oversize item you want taken away in the same trip. A clutter free home can be just around the corner thanks to Junk King Hudson Valley.