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STABER WASHING MACHINE

COST COMPARISONS

KEY BENEFITS


Which Costs You Less Money?

Agitator Washer vs. Staber Washer
 
Agitator Washer
Staber Washer
Initial Price
$550
$1110
Cost to Use for First Two Years*
$1,200
$500

Total Cost After Second Year of Use

$1750
$1500

*Based on average of 8 loads per week with average utility rates, detergent costs, and average maintenance compared to a traditional top load agitator washer. Different numbers can be shown based on your rates and usage.

If you know you will be using your washer for at least two years, it will cost you less money to invest in a Staber commercial washer—a decision that can provide you with a 30% annual return every year you own the washer.

Getting More for Your Money: The Second Price Tag
When buying a clothes washer, it can be helpful to think of two price tags. The first price tag is the price paid to purchase the washer. The second price tag is the cost to operate the washer over its lifetime. Based on the above example, if you save an average of around $350 each year it is obvious which washer would cost you less money.

Translating Energy Savings

Energy Saved... 800 kWh of electricity is:

  • Enough to run a clothes washer 400 times, or 8 free loads of laundry every week for a year
  • Enough to leave a 60-watt light on for 20 months
  • The same as running a new refrigerator for 14 months

    Translating Water Savings

    Most of the energy consumed by clothes washers is used to heat the water. The System 2000 saves up to 9,000 gallons or more of water per year. This is the same amount used to:

  • Flush a typical new toilet 6,000 times
  • Take 720 5-minute showers

    Key Benefits
    Staber vs. Traditional Agitator Washers:

  • Uses 66% less water (great for wells & septic systems) and 75% less detergent
  • Uses 50% less energy because of heating less hot water; can save you over $340 annually if you currently do just 8 loads per week
  • Even though it still may be working, just think about the costs of using your current washer—it all adds up!
  • Currently named as a ‘Best Buy’ in the 2001 Consumers Digest Annual Buying Guide Issue
  • Can pay for itself within two years at 8 loads per week
  • No agitator or transmission; tumbling action is more gentle on clothes for less wear and tear
  • Faster spin speeds for less drying time
  • Patented tub design forces water through clothes to clean more effectively
  • Can hold up to 50% more laundry than traditional agitator washers
  • Fewer moving parts means less maintenance
  • Longer life expectancy; expected to last 20-25 years with average residential use compared to 12 years with a standard top load agitator washer
  • Staber is a very durable, commercial-quality washer for the home, as opposed to a standard domestic residential washer
  • Over 26 years of experience in the laundry industry provides Staber with the knowledge to produce the best-built and most efficient washer available

Loads per Week

Gallons of Water Saved per Year
Gallons of Detergent Saved per Year
kWh of Electricity Saved per Year
Total Savings in Dollars per Month
Total savings in Dollars per Year
6
8,856
8
839
$21.89
$262.66
8*
10,824
10
1,025
$28.33
$339.99
10
13,777
12
1,305
$34.56
$414.66
12
16,729
15
1,585
$41.00
$491.99
14
19,681
17
1,864
$47.44
$569.32
16
22,633
20
2,144
$53.67
$643.99

* National average based on family size of 3.2

 

Value And Service

  • Uses 66% less water than a top load agitator washer
  • Uses 50% less energy than a top load agitator washer
  • Uses 75% less laundry additives than a top load agitator washer
  • And untold hundreds of dollars including time saved on maintenance than a top load agitator washer

 

 

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