Whirlpool Washer Repair Services
Whirlpool was founded in 1911 by Louis and Emory Upton as the Upton Machine Company. Together, they patented and then began to manufacture motor-driven wringer washers. By the sixties, the company was manufacturing food and waste management systems for NASA’s Project Gemini. Today, Whirlpool continues to be a leader in household appliance technology, as well as a forward-thinking, modern company. Whirlpool supports its own diversity networks to provide support and advocacy for the LGBT community, as well as minority groups within the company’s employ. Whirlpool also endorses a number of charities, and provided relief for victims of Hurricane Katrina.
Whirlpool’s washers come in the top-load and front-load variants, and we’ll profile them both for you below.
Whirlpool Top-Load Washers
Whirlpool’s high-efficiency top-load washer is equipped with a steam clean option for breaking down tough stains, as well as active spray technology, which ensures clothes are cleaned evenly and uniformly. Whirlpool’s top-load washer also features an LED ‘estimated time remaining’ display, a low-profile impeller, a stainless steel wash basket, and a precision dispense system to optimize cleaning. If you’re the owner of a Whirlpool top-load washer that requires repairs, don’t hesitate to give us a call at Kitchener Appliance Repairs today.
Whirlpool Front-Load Washers
Whirlpool’s front-load washers feature a TumbleFresh option, which keeps clothes fresh and reduces wrinkles by tumbling clothes for up to 6 hours after the wash cycle ends. A pre-soak option is also included with these units, if you’re looking to add extra time for soaking before the wash cycle begins. Whirlpool’s front-load washers also feature up to 14 adaptive wash actions for a combination of thorough cleaning and gentle fabric care. If your Whirlpool front-load washer has broken down, give us a call at Kitchener Appliance Repairs todya and we’ll get that unit back up and running for you in no time at all.