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Washing Machines and Washer Dryers 

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Washing Machines

Freestanding washing machines can be placed anywhere in your home as long as there’s a plug socket, drain and water supply close by. This makes them the most popular choice.


Freestanding models will always be visible and will usually have a standard width of 595 - 600mm, making them easy to install and replace.

Siemens WM14NK09GB


Washer Dryers 

At their simplest, washer dryer combos combine a front loading washing machine and a condenser clothes dryer into a single appliance that's the same size as an equivalent stand-alone washer. 

They typically offer all the features, programs and modes of mid- to high-end washers and dryers, so they promise to do everything stand-alone washers and dryers can do, but with half the footprint. And the smaller your living space, the bigger an advantage that becomes.



Integrated washers

Integrated or built-in washing machines and washer dryers sit between kitchen cabinets and behind a cupboard door. This provides a seamless, discreet look in your kitchen - perfect if you want your appliance to blend in. Like freestanding washer dryers, they have a standard width between 595-600mm.

Bosch WIW28302GB

Drum sizes

Once you’ve decided the fit that works for you, the next step is to consider which washer size is best for your needs.


Most models come in a standard size at around 85cm high and 60cm wide. The depth can vary between 45 and 65cm depending on the drum size (see below).

Washer capacities vary from 5 kg to 11+ kg, which is also known as the drum size. The weight is measured for dry clothes rather than wet. So, the drum size should be considered as the maximum laundry capacity and the weight of clothes should not exceed this.

Spin speeds

Features to consider

A washer or washer dryer’s spin speed refers to the maximum number of spins per minute or revolutions per minute (RPM) that the appliance can achieve. Those with a faster top spin speed will tend to dry your clothes faster. The majority of washing appliances come with a variety of speed options to choose from.


The different options help protect delicate items and wring out your laundry efficiently.

When shopping around for your new appliance, take into consideration the features that each appliance comes with and compare it with your needs. Below, we’ve highlighted the main features that you might want to think about.

1100 RPM

1200 RPM

1300 RPM

1400 RPM

1500 RPM

1600 RPM

Delay start

If you hate carefully measuring out your detergent with each wash, this is a feature you’ll want. Some washing machines come with auto dose capabilities, which means it can calculate the amount of detergent required based on load size and soiling levels. It then takes what it needs from its stockpile. 


You’ll also find some washing machines and dryers come with a delayed start option. This enables you to set your cycle to begin at a time that suits you. Delay start is ideal if you need quiet at certain times or you’d like to run your appliance when your energy tariff is lowest.


Home connect

If you love to have the latest tech, you’re going to want a washing machine with smart connectivity. This means the washing machine can join your smart home regime. It can pair with your smartphone, on which you can monitor and control the appliance. 



If you need extra sanitization for health reasons then look no further than getting an appliance which has a steam option. These cycles use a combination of steam and water to clean fabrics. The steam may help to remove wrinkles, make detergent work more efficiently, and sanitize fabrics. 

Different manufacturers have different methods of creating and delivering steam to the wash tub, but most operate with an internal heater that heats the water into steam that is then injected as a mist into the tub during prewash, wash, and post-wash cycles. In most cases, this steam option can be chosen when you are washing using the machine's normal wash cycle, but some appliances use the steam feature for other cycles, such as "sanitize" or a "tub-clean" cycle

Quick wash 

Many washing machines offer a quick-wash cycle – a feature that spins the clothing faster, which extracts more water from them and enables them to dry more quickly. While it may be tempting to use the quick-wash cycle every time you need to clean a load of laundry, it should really only be used for freshening up garments. An example would be items such as a blouse and pants that are only lightly soiled and that you want to wear last-minute. 

Household size

Drum size

Number of items

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small family

medium family

large family

larger family

very large family

25 t-shirts

30 t-shirts or a single duvet

35 t-shirts or a double duvet

40 t-shirts or a queen-size duvet

45 t-shirts or a medium king-size duvet

50 t-shirts or a heavy king-size duvet

55+ t-shirts or a heavy king-size duvet

2022 New energy labels

How to measure for a new washing machine or washer dryer

Washing machines and washer dryer energy ratings range from A to G, with A being the most energy-efficient.

Choosing an appliance with a good energy rating will save you money on your energy bills (and will also be better for the planet!)

Items with energy ratings of C and above are considered to be relatively energy-efficient models.

Whichever type of washer dryer you choose, it’s always advisable to measure your appliance and the space where you intend to put it before purchasing. Follow the steps below to measure for your new washer dryer:

1. Measure the doorways of the rooms the washer dryer will need to pass through to get to the chosen location in your home. This ensures that your chosen appliance will fit through.

2. Measure the height, width, and dimension of the area where you want to place the washer dryer.


3. Allow for a 4 to 5mm clearance at the back and sides of the washer dryer. This will allow room for pipes and ventilation.

4. If you’re replacing a washer dryer, a simple way of working out the right size is to measure the one you already have.

5. Once you’ve chosen a product that will fit, select our installation service either online or in store at the checkout to make the process even easier for you.

Washing Machine brands

Washer Dryer brands

Integrated Washing Machine brands

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