Published at Tuesday, May 22nd 2018. by Comforte Tremblay in Dishwasher.
When my husband and I needed to buy a new dishwasher we wanted to buy one that is well regarded by Consumer Reports. We wanted to make sure it had a good warranty and not too many fancy bells and whistles we'll never use. We've read that a lot of homeowners make the mistake of going hog wild choosing appliances with lots of features they'll actually never use. These upgrades can cost hundreds if not thousands of dollars and end up being a total waste of money.
Dishwashers are also available in many styles and colors that will look nice with your decor as well. Because most dishwashers are the same size it will be the color and design that set them apart. You can find anything from simple white to black or even a stainless steel dishwasher. It should be easy to make sure it makes the rest of the kitchen.
Today every updated kitchen has a dishwasher or should have a dishwasher. I know people who spent a fortune on cabinets flooring and fancy granite counter top when they updated their kitchen. Unfortunately they didn't install a dishwasher. A big no-no in today's tough real estate market. Even though it's just my husband and I in our home now we still use our dishwasher about once every 3-4 days. I rinse the dishes well before I put them in the dishwasher since they'll be sitting for a few days before washing. I always use the heated dry cycle unless I'm washing my good china in which case I don't.
Let's first tackle the idea that the repair bill for dishwasher service will be huge. If there is a major problem with your dishwasher then yes the repair bill might end in a number that makes your heart skip a beat (and not in a good way). No one plans for their dishwasher to start inexplicably leaking or not draining and even the most budget-savvy homeowner will be hard-pressed to have money set aside for all appliance repairs that come up. However consider this: the cost of getting appliance repairs done when you need them means that your appliance will be in good health for the foreseeable future.
We plan to live in our home for at least five more years and this fact does weigh on our dishwasher choice. We want to make sure we have an energy efficient dishwasher but want to be able to recoup our money. Another mistake homeowners make is buying the most expensive energy saving product. Sometimes this is not an efficient use of money. If you buy a $1200 dishwasher you may only be saving $20-$50 a year on water and energy usage. You would have to stay in your home at least 10 years to realize the savings over the $700 model. Something else to consider when buying a dishwasher.
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