There are many options to choose from when buying a new refrigerator. This article will give you a quick overview of the different types and the benefits of each.
• Tend to be narrower than side-by-sides of comparable cubic foot capacity (29”-33”), but have a wider door‑swing.
• Offer a tremendous amount of storage versatility.
• Wide items (such as pizza boxes, deli trays and roasting pans) tend to fit more easily in a top freezer model.
• Typically, top freezer models cost less than side-by-sides and are more energy efficient
• Pull-out and glide-out features make it easier for you to see, reach and organize foods stored in the freezer.
• Fresh foods are stored at a more convenient height, making them easier to see and reach.
• The unique armoire doors in this bottom freezer model eliminate the center bar found in other side-by-side models.
• The French Door refrigerator has a larger freezer capacity than any other bottom-freezer model.
• This refrigerator is great for customers with a smaller kitchen or an island since the door opening is so much smaller.
• Tend to be wider than other refrigerators
• Full-height freezer next to a full-height refrigerator (66”-70”).
• Ice and water dispensers are available on most side-by-side models with water filtration.
• Fresh and frozen foods are stored at a convenient height, making them easy to see and reach.
• Come in larger maximum storage capacities.
• Tend to have a wider range of features to enhance performance and convenience.
Counter Depth Side-By-Side
• The built-in look without the built-in price. Over 5”‑shallower than similar width side by sides, fits flush with kitchen counters. This free standing unit can plug into any standard outlet.