Can Replacing Your Washer or Dryer Actually Save you Money?

Mar 02, 2016 Comments Off on Can Replacing Your Washer or Dryer Actually Save you Money? by

There’s a common saying that goes: “you have to spend money to make money” which normally applies to running a business, but actually holds true when talking about your washer and dryer. It may seem like nonsense to replace your washer or dryer if you’re trying to budget and save money, but there are some very good reasons why you should consider replacing those worn out rent to own washing machineappliances:

Cutting down on utilities
Advances in technology over just the past few years have made washers and dryers incredibly efficient by minimizing the amount of electricity and water used per load. Most washers and dryers today are Energy Star rated, meaning that they use 20-30% less energy than is required by federal law. Because most washers and dryers last around 10 years before they need replacement means that yours was likely built during a time that regulations were much more relaxed, so upgrading now will compound your savings.

Save big on clothing costs
Buying clothes is an expensive venture for many people, and having to replace worn out clothes often can be more than a minor annoyance. As a washing machine ages and loses efficiency, it becomes much harder on your clothes. A common symptom of a worn out washing machine is having to run the same load multiple times to get them clean, which wears clothing out much faster than usual, in addition to using a massive amount of water. Dryers act similarly as they become worn out, requiring multiple cycles to dry clothes, accelerating wear on them significantly.

Replacing your washer and dryer doesn’t have to be a costly venture with Buddy’s wide selection of washer and dryer combos starting at just $22.99 per week. The best part is that your new washer and dryer will pay for themselves fairly quickly just from the savings on electricity and water, it’s a win-win! Give Buddy’s a call today at 1-866-779-5058 with any questions.

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