What is the difference between front load and top load washers?
A front load washer has a door at the front and requires bending to load the laundry. Top load washers have a lid on the top that can be lifted to load the laundry. Between the two, front load washers are generally more energy-efficient, use less water, gentle on the clothes, and be stacked, making them suitable for small spaces. Top load washers come at a lower price and are easier to access as they are aligned at waist length. Within Top Load Washers, we carry top brands Boyel Living, Frigidaire, and GE, among others, in price ranging from $300 to $2,000.
What types of wash cycles are commonly available within Top Load Washers?
Within Top Load Washers, the most common wash cycle types are Rinse & Spin, Delicates, Normal, and Heavy Duty.
What is the top-selling product within Top Load Washers?