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Home Depot: LG Front Load Washer or Dryer Only $499.99 Each Delivered (Regularly $750 Each)

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Through July 12th, head on over to HomeDepot.com and shop their Red, White & Blue Sale where you can save up to an additional 40% off select appliances. As an idea, score this LG 4.5 cu. ft. Front Load Washer and/or this LG 7.4 cu. ft. Electric Dryer for only $499.99 each delivered (regularly $749.99).

The washer features an ultra large capacity tub so you can do more laundry in less time; it has seven wash programs including bulky/large, permanent press, cotton/normal, delicates, towels, speed wash, and heavy duty for washing a variety of fabrics.

The electric dryer uses moisture-sensing technology to help ensure even large loads are always dry at the end of the cycle. There are eight drying programs including Perm Press, Cotton/Normal, Delicates, Towels and more.

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  1. Rachel

    We are in route to my husband’s first church placement and our house doesn’t have a washer and dryer. I’d love some suggestions on some good brands/models or places to get a set. We don’t have a large budget for this but I want something that will allow me to do large loads.

    • Nurse Heather 💉

      Ditto! Well, not church placement [congrats!], but moving into a new home this summer and would like to find a set cheaper than $1000. Anyone recommend where to shop?

  2. Iwhuff

    Only had this washer a few weeks, but no complaints so far.

    • Jessica (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Good to know, thank you Iwhuff! 😀

  3. Susi

    Daughter has a set quite similar to this that’s going on 9 years old. Super load capacity perfect for families and the clothes come out amazingly clean and fresh!

    • Jessica (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Thanks for the feedback Susi! 😀 Happy to hear it’s worked so well for your daughter!

  4. Terri

    We are a family of 6 and have LG washer and dryer and I LOVE it!!! Highly recommend!!!

  5. cheapcheapgoesthemommy

    I went back to a top loader after having a front loader, would never go back to front loader. We had far too many issues but it was a whirlpool front loader (my husband took it completely apart twice because of the noise issues and we replaced the rubber lip once because of the mold (even after complete drying it and using afresh). Prefer a top loader with an agitator, the front load washer brand we had kept eating toddler socks and we would find them in the drain! It was this strangest thing and my kids would blame the washer because they could not find matching socks!

  6. momof7

    I so want a to loader without an agitator and a really large capacity! Our standard top loading estate set is 9 years old and still works like you’d expect. That set was $700.

    • Elle

      Not a fan of washers without agitators. 1.The clothes tend to get super tangled up. 2. Agitators provide friction. Friction is needed to get clothes clean. I guess for a person who works a desk job, and doesn’t have outdoor hobbies, the washers that tote very little water use and no agitator would be fine. If your clothes actually get dirty, then it’ll probably take water and friction to get them clean.

      • Jessica

        Not true Elle – I have 3 kids who play outside and definitely get dirty. My husband plays hockey. We have had a top loader without an agitator for years and my clothes come out perfectly clean, and not tangled as you say.

        • Susan

          What is the brand of yours jessica?

      • Suzy

        Front load machines without an agitator are designed to use less water and your clothing is the agitator. While the clothes move back and forth on top of each other because the drum is moving back and forth. Yes, sometiimes clothes get twisted together if you over load it. The same occurs with a top load machine. I have far less twisting of clothes in the front load than a top load and it takes less time to dry the clothes because they are wrung out pretty well.

        As far as getting clothes clean, you have to use the right laundry detergent in them. My husband can have his clothes all greasy from working on cars and they come clean very well.

        For the person above who said they had to replace the ring because of mold. All it takes is a once a week wipe down on the inside of the ring to clean it out. But honestly, I run plain old white vinegar in the softener section and that keeps the machine clean but also softens the clothes too. I don’t have a problem with mold in my machine for that reason. You also have to keep the door ajar on the washer so it can get air and dry out. My machine is a whirlpool and I bought my set in 2002.

  7. Laura

    I LOVE my LG washer & dryer. They’ve been going strong for 6 years. I get sooooo much laundry done in a front loader.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Awesome to hear that! Thanks for the feedback Laura!

  8. civyl

    I had a front loader but switched back to top loader because it kept breaking. Same brand.

  9. Denise

    I absolutely hate my front load washer. I would never purchase one again. Ours is about 10 years old and it seems to have nothing but problems – ours is an LG. Also have issues with mold build up, constantly having to clean inside the rubber by the door. We are actively looking to purchase a new set this year and we will NOT purchase a front load. We will buy a basic top load washer and dryer with nothing fancy.

  10. Becky

    I had an LG front loader washer & dryer and hated it. We have a family of 6 and had the large capacity. The washer went out 1 day before the 1 year warranty and got it fixed. It was not quiet like advertised. Sounded like an airplane taking off in my laundry room. Hair and stuff accumulates on the lower rubber seal, and mold. My dryer went out at about 5 years, and a few months later the tub on the washer detached. I replaced them with a top loader set from Sears – Kenmore, and it doesn’t have an agitator. I’m very happy with my new set.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Oh bummer! Thanks for sharing your experience Becky!

  11. Ola

    I have these and love them! No mold issues – the door has a magnet to stay propped open. I found that as long as you do that,the washer dries out completely between loads. So easy to use!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thanks so much for the helpful review! Good to know!

  12. CM

    I have LG appliances & Love them all. I have refrigerator, stove, microwave, washer etc. I have called LG customer service & they stood behind their products past the warranty. I have a top loader no agitator LG washer still going strong- it cleans so well I don’t have to pre treat my clothing. My clothes never come out tangled. You have sanitize the washer once a month to keep the mold away. I would definitely purchase more LG products without any hesitation! We do lots of laundry daily.

  13. Karri

    I have just replaced my 30 year old Speed Queen washer and dryer this week to new Speed Queen washer and dryer they are made to last.

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