Dishwashers save you time when cleaning up after meals and use less water than washing dishes in the sink. When it comes to choosing a new dishwasher, there are several options available, but the first decision usually is whether to choose a built-in or a free-standing dishwasher. The best choice depends on your needs, kitchen layout and preferences!
This article will take a closer look at freestanding dishwashers and their advantages. We’ll also walk you through the appealing features of Toshiba’s dishwashing machines.
A freestanding dishwasher is a standalone unit that can be installed in any space with access to water and drainage, keeping your options flexible. It is very easy to set up and install, offering all the innovative functions and programs you’d expect.
You do not need to build in a freestanding unit, and it will come with sides and top cover so that you can safely place it wherever it will fit. It is ideal for smaller spaces like apartments with no dedicated space for a dishwasher. You can also take it with you when you move.
Toshiba’s freestanding dishwashers look great whether you put them alone or next to other appliances!
Most freestanding dishwashers offer multiple cleaning cycles, quiet operation, and energy efficiency. Below we will talk about three reasons that will encourage you to buy this dishwasher type!
1. THEY CAN BE MOVED AROUND EASILY
One of the biggest advantages of freestanding dishwashers is that they can easily be moved around, which makes them perfect for those who love to rearrange their kitchen or plan to move in the future. They offer the same features as built-in models but are a better option for kitchens that don’t already have plumbing and electrical connections installed.
2. THEY ARE MORE AFFORDABLE THAN BUILT-IN UNITS
Another major advantage of freestanding dishwashers is that they cost less than built-in models. Both types of dishwashers feature energy-saving cycles that keep your utility bills down, but a freestanding unit doesn’t require special installation.
Freestanding dishwashers usually connect to your kitchen faucet and drain directly into the sink. While on the other hand, built-in dishwashers must be installed, which may lead to additional costs if you have to hire a plumber to install or connect water lines.
3. THEY DON’T REQUIRE INSTALLATION BY A PROFESSIONAL
One of the other good things about freestanding dishwashers is that they are easier to install, repair and upgrade. You don’t need a professional to install them, saving you time and money! If you buy a freestanding model, it will usually arrive ready-to-use with no assembly required.
Toshiba-Lifestyle offers a line of freestanding dishwashers designed just for your comfort and convenience. We make sure your cleaning experience is easy and quick.
What features make our freestanding dishwashers the best choice for your home?
1. HOT WATER WASH
The Hot Water Wash feature circulates at a high temperature of 70°C with a high-pressure flow, ensuring that oils decompose faster and stains are wiped off every surface.
2. ANTI-BACTERIAL TECHNOLOGY
The Anti-Bacterial technology performs an antimicrobial treatment in the filter to effectively maintain a 99.99% bacteria-free & mildew-proof environment inside your dishwasher.
3. DUAL WASH ZONE
The Dual Wash Zone innovation allows you to select specific settings depending on your load size. It is perfect for those who don’t always have time to wait for the dishwasher to be fully loaded before they run it.
4. SLIDING TRAY
The Sliding Tray feature allows you to move the tray sideways if you need more space, leaving you with more room to fit tall glasses, store forks & knives, and load smaller cups and ladles onto the tray.
When selecting a freestanding dishwasher, certain factors should be considered, including the dishwasher size and the inside layout, to ensure it meets your family’s needs.
You can take a look at Toshiba’s wide range of freestanding dishwashers, such as the 14-place stainless steel dishwasher and the 10-place silver dishwasher.
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