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Top Load Agitator Washer Comparison
How Does a Staber Washer Compare to Traditional Top Loaders?

How Does a Staber Washer Compare to Traditional Top Loaders?

Do you want to use around 45 gallons of water per load or around 15 gallons of water?
Do you want tubs made of plastic or porcelain, or would you prefer durable stainless steel?
Do you want to heat an average of 12 gallons of hot water or 3 gallons of hot water per load with a Staber to save energy?
At an average of eight loads per week, do you want to spend around $490 each year to use your washer or just $180 with a Staber?
Do you want to use 4-8 ounces per load or 1 ounce of detergent average per load with a Staber?
Would you like to wash just 8-10 towels with a traditional agitator washer or up to 16 standard bath towels in one load with a Staber?
Would you like to reduce your drying time by about 30% (and save more energy) by using a Staber that features a much faster spin cycle?
Would you like to have total front access to parts and no transmission to reduce your maintenance expenses?
Do you want a standard residential domestic washer that will last an average of just 10 years or a commercial-grade washer for the home that can last 20+ years?
Do you want your tubs to be circular, or do you want them to be shaped so that they create a passive pumping action in the water to clean more effectively?
Would you prefer a heavy-duty four strut suspension to prevent the washer from ‘walking’ in the spin cycle?
Would you like to have two bearings per shaft, supported on the front and the back of the tubs for greater durability?
Do you want your clothes to last around 30% longer because of using a gentle tumbling action as opposed to using a harmful agitator that can shred your laundry?
Would you like to use around 600 watt-hours of electricity per load to use a traditional agitator washer, or around 135 watt-hours to use a Staber?
Do you want your warranty to be voided if using solar power or not?
Here is What You Need to Consider:

Here is What You Need to Consider:

Currently you may be spending over $490 annually to operate your washer if you are doing around 8 loads per week.
Therefore, if you invest $1,199 in a Staber washer now, it will provide you a return of around $300 each year for the rest of its life. (This does not include the savings in reducing your drying time, and the time saved in having to possibly do fewer loads.)
This gives you close to a 25% return on your investment every year you own it.
In conclusion, it is a fact you pay utility bills and detergent costs to use a washer. Thus, if you reduce how much money you are spending right now with your current washer you can pay back the entire cost of our washer really quickly.
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