Amundson Appliance has locations in Eau Claire, Chippewa Falls, and Rice Lake. We carry over 30 major appliance brands, not only to fit every appliance need, but also every budget. Our knowledgeable staff is dedicated to helping you select the appliance that not only has the features you want, but complements its surroundings and your lifestyle. We have expert service technicians for each location, if your appliance is not working properly, you call us directly, no waiting , no hassle, just reliable in home service, from the name you trust. Our professional delivery crew will have your appliance investment set up according to manufacturer recommendations, haul away your existing appliance, and leave you feeling confident in your purchase. Amundson Appliance has been locally owned and operated for over 40 years, there is nothing better than buying local and knowing that you can count on that business to be there for you for years to come.
Amundson's Appliance FAQ
Q: Do front load washer use less water?
A: Front load washer can save a household thousands of gallons of water annually. A regular topload washer uses 40 gallons of water per load, a front load washer uses just 16 gallons of water per load. Not only do these machines use less water, but they will clean more clothes in one load, and clean them better than a standard top load, many front load washers are NSF certified killing 99.9% of household bacteria.
Q: Do front loaders save money in any other ways?
A: The most energy consuming part of laundry day is heating. Heating of the water in the wash cycle, but front loaders use 2/3 less water, so your water heater is heating just 1/3 the water, saving energy and money. Also heating the air in the dryer to dry the clothes. Front load washer can extract significantly more water from the clothes during the spin cycle, which translates to much less energy needed during the dry cycle.
Q: What options do I have for my laundry room?
A: Front load laundry is more versatile than top load machines. They can sit on the floor side by side like laundry has for the last 30 years, but you can also stack them or place them on pedestals. Stacking saves space, and pedestals raise the machine to the perfect height for bend free loading and unloading and provide storage for laundry supplies.
Q: Are front loaders expensive?
A: There are many options available now for virtually all budgets. They start off at about $499.99 per unit and go up to about $1799.99 per unit. It all depends on your needs and your budget. Either way these machines save time and money.
Q: Do I have to use special soap?
A: You do have to use HE soap. Almost every major soap manufacturer now makes HE soap. The soap rinses out much better in a front load machine, which means less skin irritation. The best part is even the soap will save you money, you only need a tablespoon for your largest loads.