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Washing Machines

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Top things to consider when buying a Washing Machine

1. What capacity do I need?

We have washing machines ranging in capacity sizes from 3kg to 13kg. You'll fit around 15 T-shirts in a washing machine with a 3kg capacity, whilst a machine with a 13kg capacity can fit a whopping 65 T-shirts. Larger capacity machines are great for large households and also for washing bulky items like duvets and towels. You'll need at least a 6kg capacity washer to take care of a single duvet, where as a 9kg capacity washer can handle a king size duvet.

2. What spin speed should I get?

We've got machines ranging from 800rpm to 1600rpm. The more revolutions per minute (rpm) the faster the drum rotates during a spin cycle. Washing machines with faster spin speeds take out more moisture, so your clothes won't be as wet when you take them out of the machine. You should always opt for the highest spin speed your budget allows.

3. Does the energy efficiency matter?

All our washing machines will tell you their energy efficiency rating. The better the rating the more electricity and water you will save, making them cheaper to run. Nowadays all washing machines tend to have a rating of A and above, so they're all fairly energy efficient to start with.

4. Before shopping

Make sure you measure the space you want to place your washing machine in carefully, for both freestanding and integrated designs. You'll need to make sure you consider the depth carefully as you need a 4-5mm gap to the back and space to accommodate pipes and connections. You also need to take note of the width as the machine should have a 4-5mm gap on each side.

5. Do I have to connect it myself?

We can save you the trouble and connect your new washing machine up for you, whether it's freestanding or integrated. Check out the details here. We can also take your old appliance away and recycle it for you.

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