Whenever you are shopping for a new washer and dryer, it never hurts to look at reviews of your favorite brands. There are numerous sources of information you can explore, from magazines, online publications, and manufacturer’s website reviews, to community forums. As you are researching stackable washer dryer reviews on community web forums, there are few things to keep in mind to help you make sense of comments and feedback left by others.
- Is the Feedback Left about the Actual Appliance? Far too often, people are quick to post negative comments when they receive poor customer service. This in no way implies the quality of the stacked washer dryer model or how it compares to other similar models.
- Is the Review for the Right Stackable Washer and Dryer? There are several different types of appliances considered stacked machines. Some models are a washer dryer combo consisting of a single appliance with a top loading washer on the bottom and a front loading dryer on top. Other models are stand-alone front loading appliances that can be stacked using a stacking kit.
- Was the Dryer Given Poor Feedback because It Is Ventless? Ventless drying operates differently than traditional drying. Drying cycles tend to take longer than vented drying, but, energy-wise, use a fraction of electricity to fully dry your clothes. What may have been left out of the review is the increase in cycle time only averages around 30 minutes longer than vented dryers.
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Discerning the reliability of stackable washer and dryer reviews is important in order to ensure you make the best decisions for new laundry appliances. Thanks to the Internet and major search engines, it is not difficult to find reviews online. However, making sense of the results you obtained is another story. Some sites you visit may want you to sign up, subscribe, or purchase something to see the review. Other sites can seem confusing to navigate and find relevant review information. You may also discover sites where the reviews might seem somewhat biased. However, there are numerous resources where you can find reliable information when you know where and how to look for it.
The best places to find reliable stackable washer and dryer reviews is on independent customer feedback sites, such as Angie’s List, Kudzu, Yelp, and Google Places. Each of these sites encourages consumers to leave honest opinions and comments about a wide range of products and services, including laundry appliances. You can also utilize these sites for finding reputable laundry appliance retailers in your area, as well as those that offer nationwide service and support.
The Better Business Bureau (BBB) is another reliable source of customer feedback for stackable washer and dryer appliance dealers. You can check out the number of complaints against a business, whether a business has any complaints, and what action they took to resolve complaints, as well as their overall BBB rating.
Just remember, no matter what site you use, you may still encounter biased feedback, when in fact there are no issues or problems with the stackable washer and dryer being reviewed. To weed these comments out, ask yourself if the review has anything to do with how the washer and dryer operates, cleans and dries clothes, and so on.
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When reading reviews for stackable washer and dryer appliances, you may want to conduct your own research. Often the review is the opinion of the person who wrote it and does not provide a complete picture about all of the functions and features found in the units. Further, some people could be frustrated due to a poor customer service experience, or other issue, so in return they write a bad review, even though they might really like their new appliances.
Besides using reviews to help influence your decision to purchase a stackable washer and dryer, you should also review factual information about the appliances. For example, if you are considering a LG ventless dryer as part of your laundry pair, you need to understand how the dryer operates, as compared to conventional units. Instead of drawing air in, heating it, and releasing it out through the dryer vent, all the air is circulated through the unit, with no need for venting.
A ventless stackable or standalone model uses air-to-air condensation to dry your clothes. These units have two different air circulation systems used to dry clothes and cool the air. The air in the drum is heated to around 160 degrees and distributed through the wet laundry. From there, the air travels through a heat exchanger, or condenser. While this is occurring, the dryer is also drawing air directly from the room at a much cooler temperature and passing it through a different section of the condenser. The cooler air causes the moisture in the hot air to condense and collect away from the clothes. The water removed from the clothes is pumped out of the machine and down the same discharge drain your washer uses. The air is then reheated by passing it back over the heating element, and the cycle repeats until your clothes are dried.