Star InactiveStar InactiveStar InactiveStar InactiveStar Inactive

Haus Appliances

Not much is known about this brand beyond that it appears to have been an Argos own label brand or, we can only find it being sold by Argos at any rate, and that it's the usual re-branded Chinese stuff. In other words, to avoid the words total rubbish, it's not very good. As is often the case however, the name sounds as if it's German or Germanic but it's not even remotely German.

Some washing machines appear to now be made by Vestel in Turkey for Argos.

There have been limited encounters with the machines thus far when they have fallen out of warranty and, as far as we aware, little success with repairing these washing machines.

Now the brand seems to have largely disappeared, being replaced by Proaction or Bush. we'll allow you to work out the probable reason.

  Haus Spares

No known channels for spares support and, at the time of writing, spares were not available.

Please note that we are not Haus and cannot assist with most enquiries regarding this make!

  Haus Service

The service arrangements for Haus appliances are completely unknown although we expect that repairs are being carried out by 0800 Repair which probably isn't great news.

  Haus Key Contacts

Official website/email:

Official telephone support:Contact local store or web service from site above

Unofficial technical support:

Unofficial Haus spare parts supply: / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Retail spare parts supply: Unknown

Primary trade only supplier (where available): Unknown

Address : Unknown

  Haus Ratings & Review

These key indicators are gathered from general opinion within the industry, spares availability with major trade spares distributors and general engineer's opinions alongside how many repairers are registered to repair Haus appliances. You can find out more about how we work out the ratings here

Haus market share
Not enough information on Haus market share  
Brand kudos
Not a great brand reputation in the industry
Haus is an unknown brand to both trade and public outside of Argos
Haus appliance pricing
Not enough information  
Not enough information to rate the quality of Arda  
Repair rating
Not enough repair information to rate Haus appliances  
Repairer support
Little if any information is available to repairers for Haus appliances  
DIY repair rating
Not so easy to DIY repair Haus products due to lack of technical and spares  
Spare parts availability
No official spare part support that we can find from any suppliers  
Spare part pricing
Not enough demand or information to comment  
Environmental rating
Not enough information on Haus's environmental policies  

Overall Rating

Not enough information on the Haus brand to offer a lot of opinion
The best advice that we can give is, avoid. Spares and service seem incredibly limited for Haus appliances, if you can even get spares and service!

Please do not use the comments below to ask for technical help or fault finding advice on any Haus appliance as the engineers will not see your request here. Please use the forums where more help will be available and is a free service to use.

Val Singh
Tim Brown said :
Need instruction manual for Haus HW50-1010. Have tried links from google searh without success, 1 site was even dangerous according to Macafee! Any suggestions?Tim Brown
try this link

The motor in my HAUS HW50-1010 stopped working. My boyfriend who works in electronics removed the brushes, they were very worn. He made enquiries via ebay and bingo, they are the same as hotpoint PA66 brushes. £12 a pair, he fitted them and now working fine again. In my opinion a very robust and reliable machine.
Kenneth Watt
The only place you will get a manual is from Argos I believe.
Tim Brown
Need instruction manual for Haus HW50-1010. Have tried links from google searh without success, 1 site was even dangerous according to Macafee! Any suggestions?Tim Brown
Terry d
Have just been out to one of their dishwashers. 4 days after its 1 year guarantee period it stopped working. Customer called the number given on a label on the machine to be told that as it was outside of its warranty period they were not prepared to send anyone out to it. The neutral line on the on/off switch had gone open circuit, so I bridged the connection and told the customer I would get a new switch. The problem is nowhere recognises the model number. My advice is, when asked to look at one of these machines, service it with a sledgehammer and advise the customer to buy a decent make.

1000 Characters left