KitchenAid dishwashers do a great job of cleaning your dishes but they will also give your wallet a bit of a clean out too. Placed at the high-end of the dishwasher market, a KitchenAid dishwasher is usually quite expensive compared to other models, such as Maytag and GE.
KitchenAid s series, p series, I series, Pro
However, all KitchenAid dishwashers are equipped with commercial-grade stainless-steel interiors which helps with heat transfer for fast and effective drying, they are insulated to keep noise levels down, and they do have innovative designs which look great in most kitchens.
The KitchenAid dishwasher range includes: The S Series, P Series, I Series and the Pro Line Series. All of the above are your typical integrated dishwashers with the Pro Line Series being the model with the most bells and whistles.
If you are looking for something a little smaller than the standard dishwasher, KitchenAid also manufacturers the Briva In-Sink Dishwasher and the Drawer Dishwasher. As the name suggests the Briva In-Sink Dishwasher is located in a sink on your countertop. Having the dishwasher located at countertop level, helps to eliminate the need to bend over when loading and unloading the unit.
The In-Sink Dishwasher has a stainless steel interior and can accommodate up to five place settings or large pots and pans. If you need more sink area you can remove the rack and spray arm for a second sink area, or you can close the lid for extra food preparation space.
Like Fisher and Paykel, KitchenAid also make a dishwasher that comes in a drawer style. The KitchenAid Drawer Dishwasher has a two-drawer design, which allows you to run small loads without wasting energy. The Drawer Dishwasher can also accommodate custom panels to match your cabinets.
If you want to customize your dishwasher there is a link on the KitchenAid website www.kitchenaid.com that allows you to do a bit of mix and matching by firstly choosing the interior package, then selecting the door style and color.