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Maytag Stackable Washer Dryer - Discover This Great Pair

Posted by Todd Buehler on Sep 13, 2019 12:30:00 PM

 

In the market for a Maytag stackable washer dryer option for your home? Maytag has been manufacturing appliances for decades and has been owned by Whirlpool since 2006. They have brought back the dependable quality that Maytag has been known for. Their laundry appliances are no exception and are a leading brand for many reasons including performance, durability, and multiple setup configurations.

When doing your research on a new washing machine or dryer, don't overlook Maytag (and check out our washing machine buying guide for more info). Maytag takes pride in building strong, reliable appliances. They are built by hard-working employees in Clyde, Ohio. From Ohio to you, these machines are designed, engineered and assembled in the USA. Let's take a look at a new-for-2019 front load Maytag stackable washer dryer that might be perfect for your laundry room or laundry closet.

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Topics: Washing Machines, Dryers

Maytag Washer and Dryer Reviews

Posted by Todd Buehler on Sep 6, 2019 9:00:00 AM

 

If you are in the market for an American-made washer and dryer, look no further. We all remember the Maytag brand that our families have grown up with. The image of that old washing machine we were so fond of has returned, but with capacities that would swallow that trusty old model!

Maytag laundry products are engineered and assembled in America thanks to the Michigan-based Whirlpool Corporation. They offer 10-year limited warranties on select parts in their washers, namely the wash tub and the motor. We’ve compiled these Maytag washer and dryer reviews and lineup overviews to give you a closer look at some of their latest product offerings.

Just looking for the reviews? Click here to skip to the top load reviews. Click here to skip to the front load reviews!

 

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Topics: Washing Machines, Dryers, Maytag

LG vs Samsung Dryer Reviews - Front Load Style Models

Posted by Bob Allaire on Sep 3, 2019 8:30:00 AM

 

Samsung and LG are two powerhouse brands in the laundry industry. If you are looking for the best dryer for the money, these two definitely offer great value. These brands offer cutting edge technology and innovative features. These two brands should definitely be on your shopping list when you are researching new dyers (check out our dryer buying guide for more info on choosing a new model). They are here to stay as major players in the US appliance industry.

Dryers are not all the same. Some companies still offer very basic models that hit the low price points. However, if you are looking for the newest features and better performance, you'll get it in these two brands. Take a look and see what they have to offer. Let's compare two of their top selling front load style models!

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Topics: Dryers, LG, Samsung

Speed Queen Stackable Washer and Dryer Review (Built to Last 25 Years)

Posted by Alex Frank on Aug 19, 2019 9:10:00 AM

 

After 20 years of use, it isn’t uncommon for an old washer or dryer to bite the dust, leaving the owner tasked with researching new options. Once they start reading reviews online, however, the unsuspecting shopper may be dismayed with how many customers say that their modern laundry machines died after only six years or so! How can this be when the old machines, apart from an occasional repair, hardly caused any issues for over two decades?

Well, the answer is simple. They just don’t make things like they used to... BUT WAIT! Not all hope is lost, for we still have Speed Queen, and they're making machines just as durable as the good ol’ days! They currently offer a unified stacked laundry center with a front load washer and an electric or gas dryer for people looking for compact laundry options.

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Topics: Washing Machines, Dryers, Speed Queen

Best Clothes Dryer - LG vs Maytag - Reviews, Features, Prices

Posted by Todd Buehler on Aug 10, 2019 9:15:00 AM

 

If you think of your clothes dryer as being one of the simplest appliances in your home, think again. Most people think that it just turns a drum and blows heat, but there's quite a bit going on inside that big metal box! If you are in the process of researching a new dryer, you know there are many brands, models, and features to consider (you can check out our dryer buyer's guide for more info). We'll compare LG and Maytag to help you determine the best clothes dryer brand for you.

In order to compare the two models, we need to first look at some of the technology behind drying clothes. Clothes dryers have a variety of safety features to not only go easy on your clothes by preventing over-drying, but also keep your home safe if something malfunctions. The average system will have a temperature range of 80 to 190 degrees Fahrenheit, depending on selected cycles and settings. There are two main ways for a dryer to keep track of the drying progress: moisture sensors and thermistors.

 

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Topics: Dryers, LG, Maytag

The Electrolux Dryer Lineup - Reviews, Features, Prices

Posted by Todd Buehler on Aug 10, 2019 9:00:00 AM

 

Electrolux is a well-recognized appliance name in many homes. They're known for great styling, features, and superb performance throughout every product that they manufacture. Their gas and electric dryers are no exception. You might already be sold on getting a great Electrolux front load washer, but what about their dryers? We'll dig into what Electrolux has to offer - and you can check out our dryer buyer's guide for more info on dryers in general as well!

Electrolux refreshed their laundry lineup in 2018 with some awesome features that we'll go over in detail before we compare the models in the dryer lineup.

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Topics: Dryers, Electrolux

Frigidaire Top Load Washer and Dryer Reviews, Features, & Prices

Posted by Todd Buehler on Jul 28, 2019 11:00:00 AM

 

 

In today’s changing laundry industry, you may be wondering where to turn for good-quality, dependable and reasonably priced products. One option to consider is Frigidaire's popular top load washer and matching dryer. 

Frigidaire is a trusted manufacturer of home appliances and they’ve been popular in the US for decades. They have been absent from the top load market in previous years but have returned with a new washer and dryer pair, although they have yet to offer a front load washer. They also offer laundry centers if you're looking for a stacked design with a top load washer. Let's take a closer look at their top load washer and dryer offering. 

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Topics: Washing Machines, Dryers, Frigidaire

Amana Dryer Models - Reviews, Features, & Prices

Posted by Bob Allaire on Jun 9, 2019 7:30:00 AM

 

Looking to learn more about Amana dryer models? You've come to the right place. We'll go over the full Amana dryer lineup in both gas and electric models - learn more about gas vs electric dryers in our article!

If you are in the process of researching your options for a new dryer, Amana is certainly a good place to look. Now owned by Whirlpool corporation, Amana is a trusted manufacturer of quality home appliances with a focus on value. They offer a small range of products in each appliance category that have basic features and are easy to use.

In the full size dryer market they offer a very popular traditional dryer (as opposed to a front load style) in both gas and electric. They also offer two compact 3.4 cubic foot models, but we'll focus on the full size models here. Let's take a closer look at this well-priced Amana dryer model. And feel free to check out our dryer buying guide for more info on choosing a new dryer!

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Topics: Dryers, Amana

LG Sensor Dry - A Feature Worth Considering

Posted by Todd Buehler on May 21, 2019 11:00:00 AM

 

There are many options and features to consider while researching a new dryer. If you are looking for drying accuracy, LG Sensor Dry may be worth considering when you purchase your next dryer. We'll go over sensor drying and review a top-seller from LG with this technology!

Sensor drying is the most accurate drying system available and will save you time and money by reducing utility costs and wear and tear on fabrics. Over-drying can damage or prematurely wear out your fabrics, while under-drying can leave your clothes stinky and needing to be re-washed. Not to mention the fact that dryers are usually the second-biggest electricity hogs in your home, second to your refrigerator, so avoiding the additional electricity wasted on over-drying or re-drying after re-washing stinky damp clothes is good for your bank account!

Dryers with this feature have a sensor located in the drum that measures the humidity inside of the drum. As the clothes pass by it during the cycle, it will send a message to the dryer when the clothes are dry and shut the dryer down without over-drying the clothes. Other dryers accomplish the same task by measuring the temperature of the air going out of the vent, but the sensor dry system is more accurate. (You can learn more about dryer features and options in our Dryer Buying Guide!)

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Topics: Dryers

Large Capacity Dryer - Who Has the Largest?

Posted by Todd Buehler on May 19, 2019 11:00:00 AM

 

Researching a new dryer can be an involved process. There are many factors to consider, and size is one of the most important ones. Dryer sizes are wide-ranging, but if you have a large family or heavy laundry needs for some other reason, you may be looking for the manufacturer with the largest dryer capacity on the market. Look no further! (Or, if you want to look further: check out our dryer buying guide for more info on choosing a new dryer!)

We've analyzed large capacity dryer options across manufacturers and found two behemoths that may be just what you are looking for. The overall largest dryer on the market right now comes from Maytag with a special order 9.2 cubic foot traditional style model with backguard controls. LG is a close second with a 9.0 cubic foot front load style model (learn more about front load vs top load style dryers here). All dryers load from the front, but "front load style" dryers are designed to match a front load washer, usually with controls on the front of the machine and a windowed door, while "top load style" dryers have controls at the back of the machine and can't be stacked.

Let's explore these highly rated top-of-the-line models! Pay special attention to the dimensions if you're buying extra large washers and dryers because they can be a few inches larger in width and depth than standard size models. Make sure they will fit through your doorways and in your laundry space!

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Topics: Dryers

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