View Full Version : HUEBSCH - Worth looking at?
02-11-2004, 03:09 AM
I just went to see a distributor in Queens, NY. I am interested in their coin operated washers ONLY. Anyone have any experience/comments.
Is this a decent made machine or are they known to have problems?
02-11-2004, 03:18 PM
Go for wascomat they are the best build washer and there tech support are best in industries,ones you open your store distributors will no were near you when you need them but wascomat tech support will be always there,even if you did not brought machine from in last 20 years as long as your store has wascomat machine,try with other manufacture after spending $250K in there equipment,no one is even closed to wascomat tech support
for dryer go with ADC only, they are best even better when it comes to support
just my opinion with 3 store with three different brand of washer and dryer
02-12-2004, 01:23 AM
I like Huebsch machines, I thought they were easy, however I would pick the model that was not computer controlled. Customers found it difficult.
02-18-2004, 05:37 AM
I have Huebsch, Speedqueen, Wascomat, and Maytag. The Huebsch (same as Speedqueen but not as nice panel) is the most profitable and trouble free. I have the Wascomat WE16's and after 3 years they are all worn out. The wascomat service tech couldn't fix the two broken ones!
02-18-2004, 10:00 PM
Wasco's WE16's are Frigidaire washers for home use with a coin slide. The hardmounts are much more durable and easy to repair.
02-18-2004, 10:01 PM
Are you looking for tops or fronts?
02-19-2004, 03:00 AM
Definitely front loads. I am looking to open a mat in Manhattan, pretty busy area. I am torn between the Huebsch washer and the IPSO washer. So I was looking for any insight.
02-19-2004, 12:17 PM
Dear American friends,
I am the manager of Japan Coin Laundry Association,Inter-net devision.I am very interested in your Discussion Forum.I use Naptunes of Maytag and Horizons of Speed Queen in my laundry shop. As far as I am concerned,both of them are good. High spin,easy to locate,and still no trouble either .But,the ones I have sold were awful.
We have lots of troubles in Japan. Coin box troubles,too much lint in 12 pound dryers and small burn,getting moldy in washers.I want to learn how to develope coin laundry rout operation. If it's possible,I want to attend your Discussion Forum and get nice information. Thank you
MItsuaki Tamura call me " Tammy"