Fed up of a noisy washing machine interrupting movie night? Well cheer up, because we stock loads of machines that are specially designed to be quiet. Some are built with efficient motors and drives, and others come with anti-vibration features to help them score low on the decibel scale. Whatever model you go for, the only thing that’ll be making a racket in the future will be you chomping on the popcorn.
Because they produce little noise, they’ll make a great housemate in any open plan home. You’ll be able to settle down on the sofa with a boxset, without having to put up with any unwanted background noise.
If you’ve ever had to sacrifice clean clothes because your partner’s on a Skype call, you’ll appreciate a quiet washing machine. Because they barely make a peep, you’ll be able to plough through the laundry pile even when there’s a morning full of meetings going on.
If you’re on the Economy 7 tariff, it costs less to do your laundry at night. With a quiet model, you’ll be able to take full advantage of off-peak energy costs, without having to worry about waking the family.
Less noise equals more zen. Studies suggest that if you live in a peaceful environment, you’ll be a lot less stressed and anxious. So, by choosing a super-quiet washing machine, you’ll be making positive moves towards a heathier mindset.
Tackle the weekly laundry with this Samsung washing machine in your corner. Thanks to the digital inverter motor, which uses brushless magnets instead of lots of moving parts, it’s a lot quieter to run and longer lasting. It comes with clever ecoBubble™ technology, which mixes water and detergent before the cycle starts. This means it’s already a foam by the time it hits your clothes, for better cleaning results. Plus, if you drop any socks coming down the stairs, the handy Addwash door lets you pop items into the drum mid-cycle too.
You’ll never be waking a sleeping baby with a super-quiet washing machine. You’ll be able to wash all the bibs, sleepsuits and school uniforms late into the evening without ever making a squeak.
If you’ve just completed a night shift, getting a decent kip is so important. If you choose a model that’s designed to be quiet, you’ll be able to wash your uniforms whilst you sleep, without being disturbed.
If your appliance is making a racket, it’s usually because harsh vibrations are causing it to bounce along the kitchen floor. Because quiet models use brushless magnets, their motors run a lot smoother and create less friction. This helps them stay in great condition, make less noise and last longer too.
Quieter washing machines tend to use less energy, because their motors are a lot more efficient. This means you’ll likely see a dip in your utility costs – quids in.
We usually class anything under 75 decibels as super-quiet for a washing machine.
There are loads of brands to choose from. Have a browse around our site and keep an eye out for models that have inverter motors.
Yes. Quiet washing machines have special motors that are designed to be more efficient. This helps to reduce their running costs, so you’re bound to see some savings when the monthly bills roll in.