Want to know how to install your new washing machine? We’ve got step by step guides to help you disconnect your old washing machine, connect up your new one and even how to fit a door on integrated models. If you haven’t already got your new machine, you can choose our installation service when you’re checking out and we’ll take care of it for you.
We’re still delivering to our customers safely, but following the latest Government advice we’ve had to temporarily suspend some of our installation services. To see which services are affected, click here.
Our installation service costs £30 for freestanding washing machines and £90 for integrated models.
This is because our installation experts need to make sure that your furniture door will fit properly on your new model. Also, it generally takes longer to install an integrated appliance.
A limescale magnet screws directly into the end of the water inlet pipe. Then you need to screw this into the water connection on your appliance.
Transit bolts hold the drum in place whilst the appliance is being driven from our warehouse to your door. This stops the drum from moving around and damaging itself on the way to you.
If you select any of our connection or installation services, then we’ll take out the transit bolts. Depending on the manufacturer, there can be anything from 3 to 5 transit bolts to remove.
No, you only need a cold-water connection for washing machines. You’ll also need a drain connection.
This can vary depending on your home and kitchen set-up.
Most washing machines will open to the left, and usually the doors can’t be reversed. Check your manual to find out if yours can be reversed.
Yes, they certainly do, they’re always inside the drum of your new machine.
As part of our installation service, we’ll make sure your new washing machine is up and running.
If you select our remove and recycle service, then we’ll take your old appliance away to be recycled. Just choose this service when you’re checking out.