You can get washing machines with capacities of up to 12 kg which are really useful for large families. On the other hand a 5 or 6 kg capacity machine is usually sufficient for smaller households. All washing machines in the UK are required by law to have an energy label features on the appliance. This label must indicate the measurements for capacity and kw water consumption as well as the noise emission. In addition in the interest of energy conservation it has been made mandatory for all washing machines launched after December 2013 to have a minimum energy rating of A+. Machines that are rated A+++ are the most energy efficient. They use less electricity and water which is not just environmentally and is also financially friendly.
Going through the above steps one at a time will help you narrow down your choices and make the right choice without feeling overwhelmed. It is always worth reading up on any review sites for the model you have in mind. A visit to your local appliance centre is also advisable to see real dimensions check build quality and to get a visual. Given the wide array of washing machines available shopping for the best one for you can be confusing. Your space requirements the size of your family and your budget are just some of the many factors you need to take into consideration when shopping for washing machines.
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