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  1. My Whirlpool (VERY expensive) washer broke down the day after Thanksgiving. The repair man said it could cost up to $700 to repair!!! The machine was only 4yrs old! Needless to say I began looking for a new one and was going to buy as cheap a machine as I could find since I was so disgusted with how much they cost to repair. I was going to treat them as a disposable appliance. My husband found a customer review about the Staber washer in one of his equipment magazines and looked it up on the internet. I wasn't willing to spend the money at first, but he talked me into it by convincing me it made sense to try a machine made in the USA that he could probably fix. My machine was delivered two days ago and I'm amazed. At first glance I didn't think there was anyway it would hold as much as my old washer, but it did. I started washing at 7AM and stopped at 10PM. I thought my laundry was clean before, but I was wrong! I could see the difference in the jeans as soon as I pulled them from the machine. We live on a ranch and I usually had to wash jeans twice to get them clean. Not with the Staber! Washing bedding is easier too. I fit a full size mattress pad, fitted and flat sheet and two pillowcases in the machine. I was worried it was to big a load, but decided to try. They came out great. Laundry dries faster too. The clothes are spun out better and take less time to dry. This is one time I'm glad I listened to my husband! I plan to have this machine a long, long time. It may have cost almost twice as much as my fancy Maytag, but if it lasts like they say it will, and continues to wash this well the cost will be well worth it.
  2. My name is Nicole. We purchased a Stabe washer about two weeks ago. We picked it up at the factory Friday (the 9th) - Sylvia gave my husband & I a demonstration which really helped me out, thank you! We started using it on Sat. (the 10th). I just want to thank you for making such a wonderful machine! All I can say is wow - after a week & 17 loads (I've been washing everything in sight!)I've found nothing to complain about! We use spring water which ran out after 2 1/2 loads on our old washer before - some days this week I did 5 loads & never missed a beat! I'm amazed by how clean the clothes are and also how dry they are @ the end - I can get so many more loads done in a day's time (w/ 3 little ones + cloth diapers that means alot!!)Thanks so much!
  3. "How It's Made" World Premier

    October 3rd, 2008 at 9:00pm EST on The Science Channel

    It is one of our favorite shows and probably is one of yours too! The Staber team was proud to play host recently to the production team from Discovery Channel’s “How It’s Made” television program. Staber Industries was approached for the documentary segment featuring the manufacturing process involved in the making of our high efficiency washing machines, and the show will be airing October 3rd, 2008 at 9:00 pm EST on The Science Channel.  If you cannot watch the premier, don't worry....there will be a lot of reruns to catch!  Whether you are a current Staber washing machine owner or thinking about purchasing one, you can watch "How It's Made"

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  4. Fire Departments Using High Efficiency Washers to Help Environment While Cleaning Their Gear

    Staber Industries Provides High Efficiency Washing Machines to Fire Departments Nationwide.

    Groveport, OH (PRWEB) May 22, 2008 -- Firefighting can be a dirty job, and when it comes time to get clean, more and more fire departments are looking to high efficiency Staber appliances to handle their gear. With energy costs on the rise and environmental concerns looming, fire houses are increasingly searching for earth friendly ways to accomplish everyday tasks. Central Ohio-based Staber Industries has been creating high efficiency washing machines for homes and businesses since 1994, and is proud to provide fire departments with an American made option for meeting their unique needs.

    At the Truro Township's two fire stations in Reynoldsburg, Ohio, the laundry appliances are in nearly constant motion. In order to handle the steady demand for washing the firefighters' turnout gear, 32-year department veteran Jerry Foltz went looking for an industrial strength washer that was up to the challenge. Luckily he didn't have to look very far, as he quickly discovered that a local manufacturer was turning out a high capacity, energy efficient washing machine that is rugged enough to handle his team's gear.

    When asked why he initially chose the Staber washer, Chief Foltz explained that he was looking for a commercial grade washing machine, but found them to be too costly. After finding that the Staber units were within his budget, Chief Foltz quickly found that the initial purchase price was not the only cost benefit of the Staber unit. The laundry cost savings continue to this day because "the washer uses a lot less water and a fraction of the detergent as other washing machines," Foltz said, "and items are so dry when they come out of the washer that drying times are cut drastically." Chief Foltz also was quick to point out that any service issues can be easily handled in-house with help from Staber's telephone support. "Their service department is extremely helpful, and an issue that might normally result in an expensive service visit on any other machine is often a simple and low cost repair that they are able to walk us through over the phone." Between the two fire stations in Truro Township, there are now three Staber washers working full time to keep the department's gear and towels clean.

    And it turns out that it is not only fire departments in Ohio that have found Staber washers to be a good fit. Jennifer Ilich, National Sales and Marketing Director for Staber Industries, estimates that Staber washers are currently in use at over 200 fire departments in more than 20 states throughout the country, and steadily increasing. About 1,000 miles away in Southern Florida, 24-year veteran Captain Heller of the Cocoa Beach Fire Department agrees with Chief Foltz. "We have been using Staber washers for our bunker gear for over a decade," Heller said, "and our gear is practically bone-dry after we pull it out of the washer."

    Because the Staber washer was initially designed for residential laundry use, it is also gentle enough even for delicate clothes and therefore a great choice for families who are looking to "green up" their laundry rooms. The popularity of the washers in fire departments and other commercial applications comes as no surprise, however, with the shifting trend toward earth-friendly appliances and sustainability. "Fire chiefs appreciate the fact that our appliances are American Made while also environmentally responsible," Ilich notes, "and with high usage and lower operating costs, the washers are often able to pay for themselves in a matter of months."

    About Staber Industries
    Based in Groveport, Ohio, and founded in 1976, Staber Industries is a manufacturing company specializing in energy efficient appliances and detergent for residential and commercial laundry needs. For more information, visit http://www.staber.com.

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  5.  Staber Shows How It’s Made

    The Staber team was proud to play host recently to the production team from Discovery Channel’s “How It’s Made” television program. Staber Industries was approached for the documentary segment featuring the manufacturing process involved in the making of high efficiency washing machines, and the show will be airing in the fall of 2008.

    Stay tuned to the Staber blog for updates and the exact air date and time!

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  6.  Staber Announces Addition of Electric Clothes Drying Cabinet to Product Line

    Energy Efficient Appliance Manufacturer to offer Electric Clothes Drying Cabinet

    Groveport, Ohio (PRWEB) April 18, 2008 -- Staber Industries, a leading provider and online retailer of energy efficient, American made laundry equipment, has announced the launch of a new model of electronic clothes drying cabinet available for sale at http://www.staber.com. After enjoying decades of popularity in Europe, drying cabinets are now finding their way to consumers in North America who are in search of an alternative to hanging their delicate clothes outside.

     Although not a replacement for traditional tumble dryers, the Staber Drying Cabinet is the perfect accessory for users who want the gentleness of air drying, with the speed and convenience that can only be achieved within the laundry room. Whether drying delicate hand-washables, or heavy items such as coats, boots, and large blankets, the drying cabinet safely and efficiently accelerates the drying process while taking up no more space than a small refrigerator.

    Facing an increasing demand for alternatives to traditional drying, Staber Industries president Bill Staber saw an opportunity to round out his company's line of high quality appliances. "Today's busy consumers are constantly on the lookout for better and faster ways of addressing everyday needs, and the drying cabinet is just one such solution," Staber noted. "And with more and more garments labeled 'do not tumble dry', the clothes line is becoming a very crowded place." Given the cabinet's large capacity and flexible configuration of the hanging prongs, the DCV3000 replaces up to 45 feet of clothes line when fully loaded, and at over 17.5 cubic feet becomes the highest-capacity commercially available drying cabinet on the North American market.

    The DCV3000 joins a lineup of Staber appliances that already includes a high capacity and high efficiency washer and dryer which - in addition to being American made and earth-friendly - are also end-user repairable.

    About Staber Industries
    Based in Groveport, Ohio, and founded in 1976, Staber Industries is a privately owned manufacturing company specializing in energy efficient appliances and detergent for residential and commercial laundry needs. For more information, visit http://www.staber.com.

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  7. Welcome to the Staber Blog!

    In order to provide up-to-date news and product information, we will be making regular updates here on the Staber Blog.

    So, make sure to bookmark this page and check back frequently for the latest happenings at Staber Industries!

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