Rated 3.9 out of 5Â by 13
Rated 4 out of 5Â by aremster Do-It-Yourself Installation tip...
The first drip pan we installed ourselves, we cracked the edges all up, trying to get the silly washing machine into it. We got a little smarter second time around. Tilt washing machine back and scoot back edge of pan under the machine about halfway. Use 2 2x4's- one on outside edge of pan (under the washing machine), and one on inside edge of pan at same edge (protects the edge of the pan and creates a small "lever"), and gently tilt machine up and over into the pan and slide it forward. Once the machine is inside the pan, you can adjust it around to square it up.
May 19, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5Â by Vette Drip pan,served its purpose
Contrary to what the first person wrote in their review, my drip pan had to have a hole cut into it by a handyman in order to put the accessories onto it. ( the washer and a inside pipe that is screwed on to channel any possible water to the drain instead of ruining your floors/ carpet etc). Home Depot will not cut it for you,keep that in mind..... Also, because my pan was screwed floor to the drain on the base of my floor my washer and dryer didn't have to be put inside and then slide into the closet as the first reviewer stated. my door frame measurements wouldn't work that way. the delivery men lifted the unit up and sat it into the drip pan. Not bad for the price, it gives me a piece of mind knowing in case my washer is leaking I have a safety system in place. the plastic is very flimsy but, serves its purpose!
October 13, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5Â by ah315 description says pvc drain attachement included...not so
The plastic was pretty lihht weight and the description said it came with the pvc drain attachment, but when I picked it up in store the attachement wasnt included. I ended up exchanging it for a more sturdy pan that included the attachement
September 10, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5Â by Termie Not 28"x30" as listed
I went back and forth to Home Depot several times trying to find a washing machine pan that would fit in a laundry closet with a 29"-wide door frame. It turns out Home Depot doesn't sell such a product. Like all of the other pans sold at Home Depot, this actually has external dimensions of 31"x32". Don't be fooled by the 28"x30" listing - those are the internal dimensions, which correspond to footprint of a washer this pan will hold. If you're ordering a washer/dryer to be installed in a closet, you should know that many Home Depot installers won't install a unit without a drip pan, and can only do so by sliding the pan into the closet with the washer already in it, making it basically impossible unless your doorframe is wider than 31".
Also, just so you're not surprised, this pan is really just a cheap piece of molded plastic, similar to a children's sled. There are no features to speak of - it's just flat, hard plastic, and it didn't appear to come with any of the accessories pictured, at least not when I went to buy it at the store.
May 8, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Chesterboss Serves its purpose
The pan serves the purpose that I used it for however when I picked it up all the piping and fittings did not come with it.
April 2, 2013