Whirlpool New Appliance Suite Focused On Consumer Needs

    Whirlpool Fingerprint-Resistant Quiet Dishwasher with 3rd Rack.

    Whirlpool is showcasing several new major appliances for the kitchen at the annual NAHB International Builders’ Show (IBSx) Virtual Experience.

    Feature new items include the Whirlpool Fingerprint-Resistant Quiet Dishwasher, Whirlpool Counter-Depth 4-Door Refrigerator and KitchenAid® Smart Oven. 

    “There has been a significant shift in life at home in 2020, with people spending more time in their homes, and demanding more from them,” said Kelly Safis, general manager, Builder Sales at Whirlpool Corporation. “Our builders can always count on us to keep up with changing consumer needs, and provide quality appliances that fit the visions of their customers.”


    The featured major appliances from Whirlpool include: 

    • Whirlpool Fingerprint-Resistant Quiet Dishwasher with 3rd Rack & Large Capacity: With fingerprint-resistant options and Whirlpool’s largest capacity third level rack on select models, consumers can load more and run less. Load bowls and mugs in the 3rd Rack to free up space below, and fit tall items in this dishwasher with an adjustable rack. The dishwasher runs at 41 decibels.
    • Whirlpool Counter-Depth 4-Door Refrigerator: Storage space in the kitchen is top-of-mind for many consumers, and the Whirlpool Counter-Depth 4-Door Refrigerator can provide the right size and organization options to meet a family’s changing storage needs. It offers flexible organization spaces to cut down on clutter, making it easy to store and find everything from gallons of milk in one of the four-gallon bins to frozen meals and snacks.
    • KitchenAid Smart Oven+ 30-inch Combination Oven: KitchenAid introduces the first-ever collection of oven-powered grill, baking stone and steamer attachments. Each attachment fits interchangeably into a provided heating element and base pan that connect onto the back of the oven cavity. It also supports a full complement of smart capabilities as well as baking, broiling and Even-Heat True Convection.