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Home Money Saver

Clothes Washer Buyer’s Guide
When shopping for a clothes washer, make sure it is a rebate-qualifying
ENERGY STAR® Most Efficient 2015 or 2016 model. Look for energy- and
water-saving features like advanced controls (water temperature, load
size, pre-soak cycles, etc.) and faster spin speeds.
Look for the label

Go to the front

Most clothes washers must meet specific energy
standards as outlined by the U.S. Department of
Energy. Energy usage and efficiency are displayed
on the yellow EnergyGuide labels. Visit the Federal
Trade Commission (FTC) website to learn more
about the EnergyGuide label.

In general, front loading (horizontal-axis) clothes
washers are much more efficient than conventional
vertical-axis (usually top-loading) machines with
agitators. This is because front-loading machines
do not have to completely fill the tub with water.

Estimated yearly
operating costs
are shown
for similar
models, based
on the national
average rate
for electricity.
Look for models
with the lowest
operating costs.

The EnergyGuide sticker displayed is for
illustrative purposes only. Actual stickers
and values may vary.

Estimated
annual energy
consumption
is based on
typical use.
Multiply this
by your local
rate to get an
estimate of
your actual
operating cost.

Seek control
Clothes washers with advanced controls can either
sense load size and adjust water levels, or have various
wash, rinse and presoak cycles that you can set for
more precise energy management.

Embrace spinning
Spinning moisture out of your clothes is much more
efficient than drying them with heat. Improved spin
speeds on new clothes washers allow you to either
air-dry or use the dryer less, which saves energy and
extends the life of your clothes.

Size matters
Try to size the new clothes washer to fit your needs
for the next seven to 10 years. Washing many loads
in a model too small for your needs consumes more
energy than washing fewer loads loads in a larger
model. If you have a small model and occasionally
need large capacity for comforters and bulky items,
consider using a local laundromat.

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Home Money Saver
Check your specs

Places to buy

When shopping for a new clothes washer, bring
along measurements of your laundry room space,
doorways and any other nearby appliances (such
as a dryer) to ensure that your new machine will
fit the space. Also consider noise levels. If you are
installing machines close to sleeping areas or in
an upstairs setting, look for units with vibrationreduction technology or with suspension.

To find out which models qualify for rebates and where to
buy visit marketplace.pge. Remember to apply for your rebate
online, or ask a store associate for a rebate application.

More ways to get smart about
clothes washers
WaterSense
For laundry and cleaning, saving water is as important
as saving electricity. Learn what you can do to make
smart choices about the products you buy and the ways
you use water in your home. For more information, visit
the WaterSense website.

Associated rebates
Water agency rebates
You may be eligible for a combined rebate of up to $150 from
PG&E and your local water agency. Visit the Water Energy
Savings website to see if you qualify.
ENERGY STAR® Most Efficient 2015 or 2016 Clothes Washer

$50

REBATE PER UNIT
REBATE CODE: CWME

EnergyGuide
When shopping for new appliances, make sure to look
for the EnergyGuide label. It tells how much energy
an appliance uses and makes it easier to compare the
energy use of similar models. Visit the EnergyGuide
website to find out how to use the label as you shop.

“PG&E” refers to Pacific Gas and Electric Company, a subsidiary of PG&E Corporation. ©2016 Pacific Gas and Electric Company. All rights reserved.
These offerings are funded by California utility customers and administered by PG&E under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission.

January 2016 CRS-0116-4974


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