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Top Load Washers for Sale

Buying a new top load washer has many benefits, including loading and unloading your clothes with less kneeling and bending. Also, top load washers are not as prone to mildew and mold buildup as front load washers because the water does not collect near the door. Top load washers are often more affordable. Since most top loaders don’t have an agitator, this can reduce your laundry time due to larger capacities. If you are looking for a new top load washer – Conn’s HomePlus has a variety of washers that will fit your laundry and family needs.

What is the Difference Between a Front Load and a Top Load Washer?

The main difference between a top load washer and a front load washer is how you load and unload your clothes. Front-load washers often use less water and typically take longer for wash cycles than what it would take for a top-load washer. Also, front load washers tumble your clothes when cleaning them instead of using an agitator or impellor to move your clothes around like in a top load washer.

What to Consider When Buying a Top Load Washing Machine?

When shopping around for a new top load washer – the main thing to consider is how much volume the washer can handle and the size of the washer. Other things to consider include:

  • Capacity: many top load washers have big tubs that can hold more clothes—top-loaders, on average, support a capacity of 4 cubic feet to 5.2 cubic feet. There are also larger machines that are six cubic feet and larger.

  • Space: top load washers are not like front load washers and cannot be stacked with a dryer, and this is something you should consider if you are working with a smaller space.

  • Efficiency: Eco-minded individuals tend to lean more towards the front load washers since they use less water and energy per wash cycle. However, you can still find energy-efficient top load washers by looking for the ENERGY Star certified brands and High-Efficiency (HE) labels.

  • Cost: top load washers are typical $100 - $300 less than a front load washer – however, this depends on the model and features. Top loaders are also less expensive to repair if something goes wrong – the downfall is that they frequently need to be repaired more than a front loader.

  • Pros and Cons of Top Load Washers

    Top load washers come with pros and cons – below are some top qualities that you may consider when looking at top loaders.

  • • Less maintenance

  • • Quick wash cycles on certain models

  • • Choose between impeller, agitator, or on the Whirlpool brand, the first 2 in 1 Removable Agitator wash action.

  • • Deep Water Wash option on specific models

  • Cons:
  • • Typically uses more water and energy

  • • It can be hard to reach the bottom of the washer

  • • Can cause wear and tear on clothing

  • • Non-stackable

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Washers today are sleeker and tech-savvy while giving you clean laundry more efficiently and effortlessly than before. If you want to purchase a new or upgrade to a newer top-load washing machine, visit Conn’s HomePlus store or shop online today.