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Dishwasher Prices can be found at local appliance stores and home improvement centers.
What are the different sizes of Dishwashers?
Under counter Dishwashers - The most common dishwasher is a standard under counter mount dishwasher. They are typically 24" wide and fit under a standard height counter.
Drawer Dishwashers - Drawer Dishwashers slide out like drawers in a kitchen. Typical sizes are 24" wide by 18" to 20" tall.
Portable Dishwashers - Portable dishwashers typically connect to a special adaptor on a kitchen faucet. This adaptor allows the dishwasher to get a supply of clean water and a place to pump out the waste water created from running a load of dishes.
Portable Countertop Dishwashers - Portable countertop dishwashers typically connect to a special adaptor on a kitchen faucet. This adaptor allows the dishwasher to get a supply of clean water and a place to pump out the waste water created from running a load of dishes.What features are available when ordering a Dishwashers?
Disposal - Some high end dishwashers have a garbage disposal integrated into the drain system. This allows food particles to be ground small enough to be flushed down the drain.
Auxilary Heater - Dishwashers use an electric heating element to warm the water to aid in the cleaning of dishes.
Antimicrobial Component Protection - Plastic parts such as baskets have an antimicrobial component molded into the plastic during the manufacturing process.
Sound Insulation - Dishwashers can make a good deal of noise. Higher quality dishwashers, have sound dampening insulation to reduce the noises heard in the area of the dishwasher.
Delayed Start - Some Dishwashers are able to be started with a variable delay start time. This allows the dishwasher to be started but not make noise while you are in the vicinity of the dishwasher.What accessories are available for dishwashers?
Installation Kit - Dishwashers typically require a hose to connect the drain outlet of the dishwasher to the house plumbing.
Rinse Aid - Dishwashers use rinse aid to ensure that dishes are as clean as possible after the washing cycle is completed. Rinse aid helps to ensure that dishes are free of spots when the dishwasher is finished running.
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