Advice on built-in dishwashers
Type of built-in dishwashers
Which type of built-in dishwasher you need depends on your current dishwasher and kitchen. Do you want your dishwasher to blend in nicely with the rest of your kitchen design? If so, opt for an integrated model. You do need a front panel for this. Don't have a kitchen panel? An under-counter dishwasher is a good choice.
The most important thing you have to keep in mind when purchasing a built-in dishwasher are the niche dimensions and the dimensions of the front panel. This way, you'll know for sure that the appliance fits in your kitchen. You can see which niche dimensions the dishwasher needs on the product page. Carefully measure the niche down to the millimeter. Do you have an IKEA kitchen? Read our article to see which models fits in your kitchen.
Don't want any noise while it's running? A dishwasher with a noise level of 43 decibels or lower is silent, so you can barely hear that the appliance is turned on. Dishwashers that aren't silent often have a special night cycle with a low noise level, so you can sleep without being interrupted.
Most dishwashers have an E energy label. Do you want an extra energy-efficient dishwasher? Choose a model with a D energy label or higher. The dishwashers in this class often have a low noise level and ensure that your dishes are extra dry after the cycle.
Is a good washing performance or a long lifespan more important to you? Choose a dishwasher with a high-end washing quality or a high-end build quality. In addition, some dishwashers have extra functions that make cleaning the dishes slightly easier.
With our build-in service, we deliver the dishwasher to your house, build it in, and connect it. We remove the old model and take it with us when we go. The same goes for the packing material of your new dishwasher. You can select this option on the product page or in your shopping basket.
Build it in yourself
Are you pretty handy yourself and would you like to install your dishwasher yourself? Then it might be good to know which tools you'll need and how to build in, remove, and connect your dishwasher. We'd like to help you out with our articles, so you can install your dishwasher yourself without any problems.
To make sure your dishwasher stays in mint condition, it's important for you to properly maintain the appliance. Do this by regularly cleaning the dishwasher, making sure no food is left in the appliance, and regularly descaling the appliance.
There are a couple of things you need to know about your new built-in dishwasher. Your dishwasher always needs salt to function properly. And do you want to prevent those white stripes on your nice glassware? In our articles, we'll explain what you should keep in mind when using the dishwasher.
My dishwasher doesn't perform properly
Your dishwasher doesn't dry well, food residue is stuck to your dishes, or you keep seeing an error code. Of course, you want to fix this as soon as possible. You usually don't have to call a technician for this. Some problems can easily be solved, so you can go back to doing the dishes without any problems.