Uploaded on Oct 22, 2010
Tiffany from Abt Electronics provides a basic overview of things to consider when purchasing a Dishwasher for your kitchen.
Having a dishwasher makes it a lot easier to get your kitchenware clean and can save you time and energy to accomplish other chores around the house.
Hi, I'm Tiffany Abt sales specialist. Today I want to talk with you about dishwashers. Currently there are several different styles you can choose from. A full-sized (undercounter) a portable/convertible dishwasher, or a compact unit.
An undercounter dishwasher is typically built into your kitchen cabinets and come in a standard size being 34'' heights, 24'' wide and 24'' deep. Some European models like Miele and Bosch, are a bit more narrow and shorter.
The portable/ convertible dishwasher can be rolled around on casters to get closer to your sink. A tap adapter uses two hoses: one to connect to the sink to retrieve water, the other to funnel out wastewater.
Compact dishwasher comes no bigger than 18 inches wide. While they share the same electrical and water requirements as a portable, the difference is that these units can be built into your cabinetry.
After finding out which one will fit best, think to yourself what features you would want.
If you are one of those people who are trying their best to help the environment, we here at abt have a good selection of environmentally friendly units. They are energy star qualified and get the most out of a minimal amount of water needed.
For more information, check us out online at www.abt.com or call us at 888-228-5800.