Top 5 Washer and Dryer Sets

Top 5 Washer and Dryer Sets

When it comes time to pick a new washer and dryer for your home, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the number of options. They’re surprisingly diverse household appliances, coming in different sizes, with different settings, and at a wide range of prices. It can be tough to tell which washer and dryers are going to be right for you. In this article, we’ll break down our top five picks and give you the pros and cons of each to help you make the right choice.

Types of Washing Machines

Before we dig into these household appliances, we should break down the different kinds of washing machines, so you’re familiar with the lingo.

High-Efficiency (HE) Front-Load Washers

HE front-load washers are more gentle on clothes than their top-loading cousins.  They also use less water and have a more intense spin cycle, which squeezes out more water and makes things easier on your dryer. They can also be stacked with a dryer, taking up less space in your home. The tradeoff to all these benefits is that they tend to have a longer cycle than top-load washers, and some bigger families will find them less useful.

HE Top-Load Washers

These modern top-load washers use less water than traditional top-loaders and have a larger capacity. Their spin cycle offers better performance than old-fashioned top-loaders with agitators, too.

Top-Load Washers

Older styles of top-load washers might cost less than their high-efficiency brethren, but they also use more water. The wash cycle is faster, but the agitator inside them is tougher on clothes.

Compact Washers and Dryers

These smaller washers and dryers are great for apartments and other small spaces. They’re slim, allowing you to place them in a closet or under a table or countertop.

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