Washing dishes is one of the most tedious tasks in every household. If you’re looking to upgrade yours, here I have put post a link from an article a list of information that you may need to help you with your decision.
Your average household dishwasher sees a lot of use. But when it gets near the end of its life cycle, you might notice that it’s leaking, not draining properly, or not doing its one job: delivering clean dishes. Time to go shopping!
In this miniseries we’re answering common questions about replacing your appliances. (See our post on replacing your refrigerator here.) To get the right answers, we consulted with Andrea Zaff of Boston-based Zaff Architecture, who specializes in helping her clients source appliances.
Here are seven questions to ask when swapping out your tired dishwasher for a new one.
Are all dishwashers the same size?
Most dishwashers are one of three basic types: standard, compact, or custom. Depending on the manufacturer, the standard and compact models can vary slightly in width, depth, or height, which could make a difference during installation.