Washing machines are the workhorse of the home. They need to do their job well so your clothes aren’t ruined after a cycle. But should you get a front-load or a top-load and what are the benefits of one over another? If you’re on a tight budget you might want to consider a refurbished machine or a used one. We’ve got articles to help you understand the difference help you on your shopping journey. Need a repair? Check out our articles on how to diagnose the problem and where to look online and offline for parts and service. Thinking of selling your washer? We’ve got some tips on how to get it ready for sale to get top dollar.

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The Gleen Team

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