Published at Monday, 21 May 2018. Dishwasher. By Alexandrin Lemelin.
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.
Thumbs up for fuzzy. Dishwashers that feature 'fuzzy logic' - check the full feature list for your machine of choice - will provide a more economical cycle than those that don't. Dishes generally come out cleaner with the added bonus of a more efficient use of water and electricity. Fuzzy logic machines may cost more than those without the feature but when you consider the long-term costs plumping for a cheap and cheerful dishwasher can often be a false economy.
While checking out dishwasher brands we found out that most are made by just two or three companies. Whirlpool manufacturers their own brand of dishwashers as well as dishwashers for Kenmore Roper and KitchenAid. Maytag manufacturers their own brand as well as Amana Admiral and Jenn-Air. GE manufacturers their own brand as well as Hotpoint. One thing that was definitely important to us when choosing a dishwasher was the noise level. As our dishwasher got older it got louder. We learned that most dishwasher noise levels are about 48 dB. We read that AEG and Miele dishwashers are the quietest at between 42 and 43 dB.
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