There can be lots of different options when shopping for a new dishwasher, let alone, any major kitchen appliances. We have heard of having stainless steel on the outside of appliances as a finish and design option, but what is the big deal with it being in the inside? Having stainless steel in the inside is not just for looks. There are a couple of great benefits of having stainless steel rather than the standard plastic interior, but there are still a couple of things to consider before making the switch.
Stainless steel interior is more sturdy and constructed better. Using metal instead of plastic makes the structure of the appliance more durable.
Stainless steel allows for higher heat. Meaning that the temperature of the water, during the wash cycle can be heated higher and cleans a little more efficiently. During the drying cycle, the stainless steel retains heat better which will save you energy and money.
Quieter wash cycles. The heavier interior steel walls help absorb the loud washer sounds better. This makes your dishwasher quieter during wash cycles comparing it to plastic interiors.
Stainless steel interior more sanitary. Stainless steel does not leave foul odor like a plastic interior would. Odor is usually a sign that there are bacteria present or has damages from hard water. With stainless steel, you do not get stains, odors, or damages caused by hard water.
Stainless steel has better value. The upfront cost of stainless steel is more, but over time, stainless steel can save you energy and money.
Overall stainless steel interior is better in performance, durability, look, sanitary , and bang for your buck. Call us today if you have any more questions or are ready to make the switch in your properties.