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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

Steam Cycle Washer Technology - These Washers Have Awesome Cleaning Power!

Posted by Bob Allaire on Sep 3, 2019 11:00:00 AM

 

If you are in the market for a new washer, you are probably trying to learn about every style and option available to you. One option worth exploring is a steam cycle washer - and you can find more features to consider in our washing machine buying guide, too. These cutting-edge washing machines feature a steam cycle in addition to traditional water cycles.

Steam in a washer provides improved stain removal and can help eliminate odors and prevent wrinkles. It works similarly to a garment steamer. Steam powerfully penetrates the fabrics, and the heat can help sanitize items as well. If you love cleaning with steam, there are also steam dryer models so you can purchase a steam-cleaning pair.

 

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Topics: Washing Machines

Best Top Loading Washers: LG vs Speed Queen

Posted by Todd Buehler on Sep 3, 2019 8:00:00 AM

 

It’s challenging to make the right decision about what type of clothes washer to purchase. With all of the new washer designs that are so different from the older models, how do you know which one you will like? Does a high efficiency low water wash model or a traditional manually adjustable water level model fit your needs? The following information may help answer some commonly asked questions and point you in the right direction.

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Topics: Washing Machines, LG, Speed Queen

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

GE Top Load Washers - What's Changing for 2019

Posted by Meredith Czymmek on Aug 19, 2019 9:00:00 AM

 

GE Appliances is one of the largest appliance brands in the US and was founded over 100 years ago. Their innovations include inventing the over-the-range microwave in 1978 and the first "smart" dishwasher that used sensors to gauge how dirty your dishes were in 1995. They may not be the first brand people think of when they need washers and dryers, but GE has a small but solid selection of top load and front load washers and dryers. 

If you're considering a new GE top load washing machine for 2019, you might be interested to know about GE's model revamp taking place this spring. There are two reasons why this knowledge is valuable: if you want to save money, you may be able to snatch the older model for a lower price; and if you want to avoid discontinued models to ensure you can easily find replacement parts or get the latest and greatest features, you may prefer the newer model. Let's dig into what GE is changing about its top load washer lineup!

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Topics: Washing Machines, GE Appliances

Quiet Washing Machine - How to Find a Quiet Model

Posted by Meredith Czymmek on Aug 18, 2019 9:00:00 AM

 

More and more, consumers are interested in finding appliances with quiet operation. Noisy refrigerators, dishwashers, and laundry appliances can be especially intrusive in an apartment and homes with open floor plans. If you have a second-floor laundry room or laundry closet, a quiet washing machine might be crucial for your sanity!

Normal sounds in new washing machines include clicking and humming, gurgling or running water sounds as the washer fills and drains, and the sound of the basket spinning up and down in short or long bursts. One of the major factors tied to noise reduction is vibration reduction - the two go hand in hand! Although it's unlikely that you'll find decibel levels for most washing machines (unlike with dishwashers, where there is plenty of competition to be the quietest dishwasher), there are several key features you can look for from different brands that will help you find quiet washing machine models. 

 

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Topics: Washing Machines

American Made Washers - Speed Queen vs Whirlpool - Reviews, Features, Prices

Posted by Todd Buehler on Aug 8, 2019 5:31:00 PM

 

As you research your next washing machine, consider the brands Speed Queen and Whirlpool. Both are well known names in the US laundry industry. Both companies are known for making quality products in both the commercial and domestic markets, and their laundry products are manufactured in the United States: Speed Queen in Wisconsin and Whirlpool in Ohio.

The laundry industry has changed over the years and washers have been redesigned to use less water and electricity. These changes have been challenging for the industry because these new washer designs require customers to make adjustments and changes in the way that they do laundry. With less detergent and water used per cycle along with longer cycle times, many customers are missing their old machines that had deep water washes, 35 minute cycle times, and excellent cleaning results.

However, there are many excellent washers available that will do the job well while saving energy. Speed Queen and Whirlpool are on the leading edge of this industry and are making products that are energy efficient while providing excellent cleaning results and durability. Let's compare two of their best top loading agitator washers.

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Topics: Washing Machines, Whirlpool, Speed Queen

Speed Queen Front Load Washer Review - New Models for 2019!

Posted by Bob Allaire on Aug 1, 2019 9:00:00 AM

 

 

There is a lot of buzz about Speed Queen in the laundry industry, and our readers want to know more about their products.  Speed Queen is a specialty laundry manufacturer headquartered in Wisconsin that has been making great laundry products for both the commercial and domestic markets in the US for over 100 years.

Unlike many other appliance bands, they focus their efforts on one thing - laundry!  This focused effort has led to great results for Speed Queen. We see this in industry publications and hear it from our own customers. Consumers looking for a Speed Queen front load washer will be excited to learn that Speed Queen offers two front load options as of 2019.

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Topics: Washing Machines, Speed Queen

The Speed Queen TC5000WN - A Return to Tradition for 2019!

Posted by Meredith Czymmek on Jul 31, 2019 9:00:00 AM

 

If you aren't deep in the laundry industry or a hardcore Speed Queen fan, you might have missed the controversy over Speed Queen's new top load models released in 2018. They had to make changes to meet energy efficiency requirements, and some of those changes involved the wash action of their top load models. This departure from what their fans were used to resulted in some backlash. Long story short, the new wash action is gentler overall, which is not necessarily a bad thing - but it wasn't ideal for some of Speed Queen's customer base. (Despite this controversy, as of this writing all of the TR series of washers have over 4.5 stars from customer ratings on their website.)

The TC5000WN is a return to tradition with a lot of the features that people loved about Speed Queen's 2017 and earlier washers. We'll compare in-depth the differences between the 2018 TR5000 model and the 2019 TC5000 model below! (Speed Queen also released a front load model for 2019 - click the link to read our review!)

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Topics: Washing Machines, Speed Queen

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