Getting a new washing machine installed can be time consuming and more work that you might realise, especially if you’re in the middle of moving or renovating.
Plumbdog’s fully qualified and experienced plumbers service the whole Perth Metro, and have both the know-how and experience to install taps and connections for most brands and models of washing machine.
We also promise to arrive on time with no excuses, and all of our work is guaranteed.
Professional washing machine installation plumbing from start to finish.
When installing your new washing machine, there are a whole range of considerations, including proximity to taps and getting the right hose fittings, hot water temperature and availability, and making sure drainage is adequate. As fully qualified emergency plumbers with hot water and drainage experience, we can provide honest reliable advice in all areas.
If any extra components are needed we will happily arrange to have it ordered and installed, so you’re not spending time going from one supplier to the next. Plus all our plumbers always keep their service vans fully stocked, so there’s a good chance we’ll already have what you need.
And, as domestic plumbing specialists, we always wear clean indoor shoes and leave your place as neat and tidy as it was when we arrived.
Any problems during installation will be addressed promptly. View our service guarantee.
See our service rates and areas that we serve. We carry Cash, Credit Card & Eftpos facilities in all our service vehicles for easy, on-the-spot payment.
Contact Plumbdog for reliable washing machine installation
With correct, quality installation by Plumbdog, your washing machine gets the best chance to give years of trouble-free operation. Whether you need a new machine installed, or advice and expertise on hot water, drainage or other related areas, why not choose your Perth washing machine experts? Just give us a whistle!
Washing machine installation tips
When installing a new washing machine, some things to remember if you choose to DIY are:
- Make sure the hot hose is connected to the hot water tap – this will be marked as “H” on the back of the machine, or similar.
- Do not overtighten the hose when connecting it to the tap as this can damage the thread and make hose disconnection difficult
- Turn the feet at each corner of the base of the machine counter-clockwise until they are all level with the floor, which will help ensure the machine doesn’t vibrate during use.
- To avoid flooding the laundry with grey water, always remember to place the drainage hose in the laundry sink’s drainage outlet.