Published at Saturday, 19 May 2018. Dishwasher. By Madelene Lebel.
One of the most frequently asked questions in remodeling is how is it possible? To some it might be a little bit more difficult but to others it may be easier even if you plan on buying new kitchen cabinets. When time comes to install a dishwasher properly most homeowners either take out a piece of the cabinet or a chunk of the countertop. This will eliminate any problems you had for the space of the dishwasher. Even if you have already planned your remodeling project you can still have your dishwasher that you might still want.
This same logic applies to the inconvenience of having a repair pro in your kitchen while they do diagnostic and repair work. Yes having them there might throw your routine out of whack. But is it better to have them present for a few hours and get whatever problem you're having solved or is it better to suddenly have your dishwasher cease working right in the middle of doing the Thanksgiving dinner dishes? It's far better to undergo a little trouble in the present than to court disaster down the road.
The ideal size for a small dishwasher is whatever width your cabinets are next to the sink. Standard cabinet widths are 12 15 and 18 inches. There are plenty of 18 inch dishwashers for about $400 each. They typically fit eight plate settings which would work for a family of three. 15 inch dishwashers are far and few between none of the major retailers has one. So if the cabinets next to your sink are 15 inches or less you may want to skip an under counter dishwasher all together and try one of the newer counter top dishwashers.
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