Washing Machines

Quality Washing Machines: Rent to Own

Washing MachineThere is not much more inconvenient when your washing machine needs to be replaced, especially if you cannot afford the upfront cost of purchasing a new machine. Between choosing between going to the laundromat, asking family to use their washing machines or handwashing in the basin, none of these options are particularly enticing. This is why the option of being able to rent to own a brand-new washing machine is the perfect for solution. Whether you have to purchase a new machine because your old one broke down, suddenly finding yourself needing one because you need to move out or a growing household has called for the need to purchase a bigger one, Rent to Own has a wide range of washing machines to choose from, that you can in fact, rent to own. From as little as ten dollars per week, you will be able to find the perfect machine to own- and that is definitely cheaper than going to the laundromat even once. Do not let your life be inconvenienced by a broken-down washing machine that you may not be able afford to replace upfront. At Rent to Own we know that clean clothes are an absolute necessity, whether you are single and in a one-person household or a large family so let us work out the perfect solution for you and have you back in clean clothes.

How to Choose the Right Washing Machine: Front or Top Loader

It is an age-old question that has flummoxed many people, especially those purchasing washing machines for the first time; what is better, a front or a top loader? Many will tell you one way or the other, mostly though this is based on preference and not on exact science so let’s break it down and figure out how to choose the right washing machine for you. Top loaders are an extremely popular choice amongst many people, and for good reason. They are traditionally higher in capacity so you can fit more in which is a plus if you only like to do one or two loads a week or have a big family. They also generally have a faster cycle and can be more convenient. That sneaky sock that you missed before you pressed start? Just lift up the lid and put it in. That is something you cannot do with a front loader. They also respond better to fabric softeners than their front-loading counterparts. With all these compelling reasons, would it not mean that the top loader is the better option when it comes to washing machines? Not necessarily. Top loaders are generally louder, which if you are living in close quarters or not fond of a lot of noise, it can be very frustrating. They are also generally less energy efficient, using more water and energy so if you want to save on your power bill and/or have the environment in mind, then a front loader is definitely a better option. While top loaders are normally cheaper than front loaders, over time you will be using less energy and water so even though the saving may be small, it does add up over time. Front loaders also use less detergent too, which is another saving, and also better for the environment. They generally also come with more options, create less friction when they wash close and are better at stain removal. At the end of the day, it comes down to what your preferences are and what you value.

Grab a Dryer For the Winter

Along with having us longing for a day out in the sun, another reason you may be missing the sun during winter is getting your clothes dry. While most people these days have washing machines, a lot of people do not have dryers. Taking the chance, having to wait for the sunny days or setting up makeshift drying racks in the home can often be quite exhausting so it is worth investing in a dryer for the winter. Tumble drying your clothes in winter saves a lot of inconvenience and can even be better for your health, especially if you suffer from allergies and Asthma as you have to leave your clothes out for a lot longer to dry during winter months so the risk of exposure to dust, mould and other allergens is greatly increased. What puts many people off having a dryer is the cost involved and because they do not deem them as super necessary, many people avoid actually buying one. This is why renting to own is so handy. Do not let yourself be inconvenience this winter, check out the range of dryers that Rent to Own has to offer.
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