After a delicious home-cooked meal, the last thing anyone likes doing is washing up. These days, it’s easier and quicker to just fill up the dishwasher and let it wash your dirty dishes overnight for you. Furthermore, most modern dishwashers on water saving mode use little more than a sink full of water to clean a load.
When it comes to dishwashers, there are three main types to consider:
Freestanding models are the most common type available. They have been designed to slide into the predetermined gap in your kitchen, which their adjustable feet can be raised or lowered so the appliance fits flush against the benchtop. They vary in size from thin compact or slimline models designed for apartments to full-size, high-capacity versions.
Integrated models are designed to be built into your kitchen’s cabinetry. They are ideal if you are making a ‘seamless’ kitchen where the appliances are hidden from plain view.
Drawer models, as the name suggests, slide out like a set of drawers. These can be installed into the kitchen cabinetry similar to an integrated version or left freestanding. Typically the top and bottom section of the dishwasher can be operated separately, making it ideal for washing small loads.
For more information about the different types of dishwasher and other purchase considerations, refer to the dishwasher buying guide for additional information. Discover the Myer Market’s extensive range of dishwashers for sale today!