Whether you’ve chosen a classic freestanding model or gone for that clean integrated look, our guide will help you measure up for your new dishwasher.
Dishwashers have a standard height of around 85cm and depth of 55-60cm. Standard width is 60cm and 45cm for slimline.
Grab a tape measure and check the height, width and depth of your current model or wherever you want the new appliance to live. You’ll need to account for any water pipes going in and out of the dishwasher, so add about five extra centimetres to the depth of the appliance to make sure it won’t stick out from under the counter too much. You can find the dimensions under the 'Key Information' tab when you’re looking at products on our site.
For integrated dishwashers you’ll want to measure the height, width and depth of the cabinet or space you want to install it. We’d recommend giving yourself a little bit of wiggle room on each measurement so that it will fit into the cupboard space with ease. Also remember to add around 5cm of space at the back for the pipes. You can find the dimensions under the 'Key Information' tab when you’re looking at products on our site.
You can get either tabletop dishwashers with a width of 55cm, or slimline models with a width of 45cm.
They’re all a standard width of 60cm.
This can vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. They range from 30 to 60kg.
They’re usually 55 to 57cm deep.
The widths should be the same, but integrated models tend to have a slimmer height and depth to fit under a worktop.
Yes, leave around 5cm of space between the back of your dishwasher and the wall for the pipes to go.
Yes, they do. You can use them to make sure the appliance is level.
Measure twice just to be sure.