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    Default Installing a dishwasher-help please!

    Hi guys,
    So we don't have a d/w in our kitchen atm but are going to get one before bubs arrives in June!
    Just wondering how we go about it. We obviously need someone to come have a look and let us know where the best spot would be for plumbing etc.
    So start with a plumber?
    Then I guess we go pick out what we need??
    Then who installs it? The Plumber??
    Sorry if this sounds really dumb but we just don't know where to start!
    All other houses I've lived in have had dishwashers already installed!!

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    Yep plumber would be your best bet for everything as they will know the best place to install it which is closest to the sink and if you have no power points near there then you will also need an electrician.

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    Great thank you!!!


 

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