It could be proposed that the washing machine is one of the most important appliances in our home, allowing us to keep our clothes, bedding and towels in the best condition possible. Just like other appliances, washing machines can only do so much until it starts to malfunction and break down. Without an operating washing machine, then you might have to revert back to traditional ways of washing your clothes! It is therefore imperative to know when you need to take your washing machine to an electronic waste disposal company and invest in a new one.
From obscure noises to increased bills, here are just three signs that you need a new washing machine!
Clothes Not Washing Properly
For many of us, sorting out laundry is just another thing to add to the list of chores. So when your washing machine no longer does its job properly, then it might be time to invest in a new machine. A potential reason for this could be that the machine isn’t draining properly. If the machine has drainage issues, then it’s likely that residual dirt or grime will be left over from the previous wash. You might also find that mould or mildew can grow inside the washer, which produces a rather unpleasant odour. Whilst you may be able to rectify this issue in the short term, you might want to consider investing in a new appliance for the future to ensure your clothes are in the cleanest condition possible.
Excessive leaking is a telltale sign that you’re in need of a new washing machine. If you have to get the mop out after every wash, then this might be an issue. In this case, it’s likely that your washing machine has a loose connection. You might also see leaks if the water hose at the back of your washer has been subjected to its fair share of wear and tear, meaning that the hose has become loose.
Increased Utility Bills
If you notice that your utility bills are starting to significantly increase despite not changing how much you use your washing machine, then there could be an issue with your washer machine. When a washing machine is malfunctioning, it’s possible that it’s using excess water. As a result of this, you might see an increase in water bills. If this is the case, you might want to enlist the help of an electronic waste disposal company.
If you are looking for somewhere to dispose of your washing machine, then look no further than Devon Contract Waste! We’re a company that holds strong values when it comes to handling electronic waste responsibly, that’s why we take pride in disposing of electronic waste in the safest way possible. It’s not just washing machines that we deal with, but we also collect and recycle laptops, mobile devices, refrigerators and more. To find out more, get in touch today!