Since most dishwashers require a supply of cold water only, the best place to place the dishwasher is next to an external wall, however, it is not mandatory, and in fact, the dishwasher can also be placed in an internal wall.
If you do not have electrical outlets nearby, you will need to hire a qualified electrician to do so. Most dishwashers contain their own electrical circuit, but they can also be connected to the existing electrical circuit in the kitchen. In some cases it is forbidden to do so, so it is advisable to examine together with a professional what is the best, safest and legal way to do so.
The cabinet in which the dishwasher is located must be moisture-proof, in order to prevent the formation of mildew as a result of the steam generated when the dishwasher is operated. Modern kitchens are built from suitable materials, but if you have an old kitchen in your home, you should check the inner lining of the cabinet where the dishwasher is stored.
The dishwasher installer is the last professional you need to meet for the use of the new dishwasher you have purchased, and you must first hire a plumber who will perform proper preparation for installation.
Preparing a suitable opening for the dishwasher, drilling and checking connections for water pipes, drainage and electricity are necessary, so, if this is the first time you are installing a dishwasher in your home, contact a plumber now who can help you quickly, before the installer arrives.
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