17th January 2023
Manufacturers will never openly admit to making an unreliable washing machine. No matter how much you research machines and how many manufacturers’ descriptions you read, it can be difficult to sort reliable machines from unreliable ones.
So, how can you tell if a washing machine is reliable?
1. Look at the manufacturer’s warranty
The warranty is a good indication of the expected lifetime of your washing machine. Many manufacturers won’t provide a warranty past the point when the machine is likely to begin encountering problems. Less reliable machines will have a shorter warranty. Ebac washing machines come with an impressive 7-year warranty.
2. Consider the machine’s expected lifespan
The manufacturer should provide the machine’s expected lifespan in the product description. The more reliable the machine and the more durable the parts, the longer the expected lifespan will be. All Ebac washing machines have an expected lifespan of 10 years.
3. Look at the parts that are installed in the machine
The materials that are used and the types of parts that are installed are the biggest indicators of a washing machine’s reliability. The most reliable washing machine parts are those made with the highest quality materials and installed using high-quality workmanship.
4. Consider the robustness of the washing machine’s shell
This includes the washing machine’s frame, insulation, casing, door, and control panel. A washing machine is placed under huge pressure, especially if you use it frequently or wash larger loads. Look for strong, durable materials that are not likely to break.
All of Ebac’s washing machines are made using high-quality materials that are built to last. Ebac has carefully thought through each component of its washing machines to ensure they are well-designed, durable, and reliable.
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