Picking the Best Machine for Your New Dishwasher Installation in Washington, D.C.

If you’re shopping for a new dishwasher, you’re in for a treat. The newer models available today can do just about everything except decide whose turn it is to load them. Here are some of the features many kitchen design experts recommend you think of when you buy and arrange for a dishwasher installation in Washington, D.C.:

Larger Loads

The energy costs of dishwashers are posted right on the side and should be taken into consideration when you’re looking for a new machine. An energy-efficient dishwasher saves on electricity and water, which can add up to big savings over the life of the appliance.

You may be able to save by purchasing one of the models like Samsung’s Tall Tub that can accommodate a large load and is super-quiet to boot.

Arms of Steel

When arranging a new dishwasher installation, check out the arms on the bottom of the dishwasher and opt for a stainless-steel model. Models with stainless steel arms tend to be sturdier and generate better water pressure, so the machine doesn’t use as much water.

Two Tiers or Three?

The world’s first dishwasher to include a third rack was the Maytag Jetclean III. Many other manufacturers now offer the same. The extra level is great if you often entertain or use a lot of utensils. If you stack cutlery on the third rack, it’s cleaner and easier to unload.