Pleasantville NJ Appliance Store Home Laundry Advanced Features Report Launched

Art Handler's Appliance Center recently launched a new report on the most advanced features in home laundry machines. The store serves clients in Pleasantville, New Jersey, and throughout the tri-state area.

Pleasantville, United States - September 25, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Art Handler’s Appliance Center, an appliance store in Pleasantville, New Jersey, announced the launch of a new report on the most advanced features in home laundry. The company has been serving clients throughout the tri-state area for over 70 years.

More information can be found at

The newly launched report on the new washer/dryer features at Art Handler’s Appliance Center aims to help consumers save time when doing their laundry and educate them on the most useful features in home laundry machines.

Choosing a new washer and dryer can be a complicated choice. With all of today’s options, selecting an appliance can be overwhelming even for well informed customers.

The new report at Art Handler’s Appliance Center can help clients find the product that fits both their lifestyle and their budget.

According to the report, the reload function is an excellent option when one has already started the wash cycle and found another pile of clothes that need to be washed. This feature allows the machine to pause and drain the water so that one can open the door and add more clothes.

The report also explains that home laundry machines that have the Air Dry function can be very helpful to remove excess moisture from one’s clothes and shorten drying times. This is particularly useful when drying bulky items.

In addition, the report recommends choosing appliances that have the smart rinse function. Smart Rinse allows owners to control the water level as needed for every load.

Another useful function is the wash setting memory. With this function, the machine can remember the preferred settings from load to load.

At Art Handler’s Appliance Center, clients can find models from major brands such as Sub-Zero, Wolf, Viking, Jenn-Air, and many more.

The store also ensures a quick and safe delivery on every purchase, and their team can also professionally install any appliances.

All appliance installers at Art Handler’s Appliance Center go through a comprehensive training program to guarantee high-quality installation services.

Interested parties can find more by visiting the above-mentioned website or calling 609-641-1044.

Contact Info:
Name: Scot Sacks
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Organization: Art Handler's Appliance Center
Address: 10 East Black Horse Pike, Pleasantville, NJ 08232 , United States

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88978245

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