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Advice On Quietest Washing Machine

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My washing machine is currently upstairs (no room in kitchen downstairs). The whole house shakes when it is on the spin cycle (I've tried those anti-vibration things but they don't seem to work) and I'm always really worried it will leak into the room downstairs. I've got to buy a new washing machine so what would you recommend as the best bet in terms of quietness and least flood risk? is there anything else I chould do to reduce the shaking and risk of flooding?

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Without a doubt it's Miele ( Washerhelp's Miele overview ). That's the easy part, the more difficult part is whether you are prepared to or even able to invest in one. The second concern is that they are very heavy (very well built and stable = very heavy). You'd need 2 strong men to take it upstairs.


The features that some Miele washing machines have that you would be interested in are as follows -

  • Water Control System: A float switch detects leaks and can trigger the water inlet to close

  • Waterproof System: A double safety valve can switch off the water supply within seconds of a leak occurring

  • Silent Professional Motor: Usually found on our Commercial machines, this motor is even quieter than our standard

  • Sound insulation level: The level of sound insulation is improved according to the spin speed, 5 being the best


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