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Dishwashers Cut Down Cleaning So You Can Soak Up Some Time for Yourself

After-dinner cleanup is even easier when you have a dishwasher to do all the dirty work. Just stick dishes in, start a cycle, and in a short time, your dinnerware is ready for tomorrow night’s dinner—it’s not rocket science, right? Thankfully, no, but whether you’re replacing a broken dishwashing machine or simply upgrading, knowing which kind of dishwasher works for your home makes the task even easier.

Before you explore all the reliable dishwasher options from Lang’s, make sure to give the space where your new dishwasher will go a complete measure for height, width, and depth, as well as any clearance to a kitchen island or nearby cabinetry. We recommend measuring three times for accuracy. Additionally, inspect your water line and electric outlet before installing.

We’re also available online or in-store for any other questions you may have!

What’s Inside Matters

Anyone who’s overloaded a dishwasher knows capacity matters. Typically, you can expect portable dishwashers to hold four to six place settings, while full-size built-in dishwashers hold anywhere from 12 to 16.

In general:

  • Six to eight place settings are enough for a household of two to three
  • 12 to 14 place settings are enough for full-size households

Since heated water is used to blast through stuck-on food messes, a dishwasher tub is also an important factor to consider. While plastic tubs are budget-friendly, they can’t get as hot as stainless steel tubs. Dishwashers with stainless-steel tubs can get hot enough to evaporate water droplets, resulting in spotless finishes.

This isn’t a deal-breaker, though. By simply popping open plastic tub dishwashers, you can allow a cycle to finish air-drying, adding to their overall efficiency.

Full-Capacity Dishwashers

If you’re a full house, a built-in dishwasher will be your best friend in the kitchen. More place settings and spray arms mean you can tackle larger cycles in one go.

Space-Saving Portable Dishwashers

While portable dishwashers are ideal if you rent or if you’re connected to a water line in an RV, they are also a great “sidekick” to your main dishwasher.

Roll it out to use when you need it and put it away for extra room in the kitchen. Best of all, since no professional installation is required, you can take your portable dishwasher with you on your next move.

Consider Even More Ways to Wash

Dishwashers come with a variety of configurations and functions. Most major dishwasher brands come with the benefits of these common features.

  • Fold-down tines accommodate large-size dishes
  • Wine glass clips keep stemware safely secured during washes
  • Extra spray arms (the more the better)
  • A third-level rack gives you space for small and odd-shaped utensils
  • A dishwasher sanitize cycle keeps baby bottles and utensils safe
  • Water sensors are essential for a spotless finish
  • Front-control dishwashers provide easy access to buttons
  • Hidden buttons on top-control dishwashers are sleek but only accessible with the door open
  • Dishwashers that run at 45 decibels and lower are considered quiet/silent
  • ENERGY STAR® dishwashers dishwashers use as little as 3 gallons per load

Stack Up the Savings

Browse and shop at Lang’s for reliable dishwashers that fit your budget! We’re available in-store and online, where a friendly expert is ready to help set you up with a dishwasher that works with your home and lifestyle.