Front load washing machines seem to be more efficient, since they're designed to use less water whereas Top load washing machines use more water even if their cycles can be faster than that of a front load washer. If you are thinking which washing machine is more efficient and a best buy- front load or top load then find below the key features to look for while deciding to choose the same.
Easy to use
Top-loading washers are normally more convenient since you don’t have to bend over to load and unload clothes hence is more suitable for those who are looking for comfort. Top loaders are also convenient to add clothes in mid-cycle, or even right after starting the cycle. Top-loading washers can also collect lint and distribute fabric softener better than front-loading washing machines can.
Top-loading washing machines with agitator: An agitator is a mechanism within a washer that creates motion by shaking and forcing water through the machine, leading to a vibrating washing machine. Top-loading washing machines without agitators typically wash quicker and they are also known as high-efficiency top-load washing machines which clean better, can clean more clothes at once, and use less water.
Front-load washing machines consume less water than top loaders thanks to their design. The reason is that during the wash cycle, front loaders are only partially filled with water, just enough to fully cover the clothes. To be more specific, they use one-third the amount of water that top loaders use. However, top loaders consume less electricity since the washing time is shorter.
Front-loaders clean better because the wash motion is more effective. Front-loaders do it best, because the tumbling motion puts gravity to work, knocking clothes against each other, scrubbing themselves against the abrasive elements in detergent, and against features of the drum or wash tub, all with more energy than the twisting motion of a top-loader can muster.