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2017.18.5.0.2.0 refrigerator buying guide

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Styles

French Door Refrigerators

A French door refrigerators typically has a side-by-side doors that open from the middle on the top half, with a pull-out freezer drawer at the bottom. It generally has storage in both fridge doors for plenty of organization. Those who entertain often will appreciate the wide shelves to store platters and party trays.

Four-door French door refrigerators include a smaller refrigerated section between the French doors and the freezer. This allows you to access the fridge quickly without opening the larger doors-an easy way to save energy.

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Side-By-Side Refrigerators

This refrigerator has two doors-a freezer on the left and fridge on the right. This design allows you to place commonly used items at eye level. These fridges are also suitable for narrow or small kitchens since the double doors reduce clearance needed to open.

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Top and Bottom Freezers

Traditonal top freezers tend to be the most energy efficient and cost effective. There are some models that swap the freezer and refrigerator so the freezer is on the bottom, which is called a bottom freezer model. This design offers deep freezer storage.

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Features

Door Alarms

Door alarms help alert you if a door is left ajar, saving your food from spoiling.

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Adjustable Shelving

Adjustable shelving adds convenience when it comes to storing perishables. Most models have shelves that can be removed, raised or lowered, depending on your needs at any given time. Some even have motorized shelves that can be raised and lowered with a push of a button. Pullout shelves help you reach the items at the back of your fridge easily. Built-in soda can holders and wine bottle racks are an extra feature.

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Ice and Water Dispensers

Ice and water dispensers ensure that you always have ice ready and available as well as filtered water.

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Child Lock and Safety Locks

Child locks and safety locks which allow you to control who has access to your refrigerator.

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Door-In-Door

Door-in-door models feature an energy-efficient exterior compartment that allows you to quickly grab food and beverages without releasing too much of the interior cold air.

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Technological Features

LED Refrigerators

Efficient and bright, LED bulbs save up to 80% energy, resulting in significant savings on your energy bill.

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Energy Star Certified Refrigerators

Looking for a way to save even more on energy costs and go green? The most efficient fridges are easy to spot due to their Energy Star label, ensuring that they meet energy-efficiency requirements.

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Energy-Saving Mode Regrigerators

Save energy with a touch of a button! Energy-saving mode gives you the option of turning off the motor heaters, resulting in energy savings.

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Finish and Fit

Finish

The most popular refrigerator finishes and colors are stainless, black stainless, white and black. Apart from appearance, consider cleaning and maintainance when choosing your finishes.

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It's important to measure your space before buying a refrigerator. Consider door-opening depth as well as height and width to ensure you have the space for the configuration you want.

Reversible Door Refrigerators

Planning a kitchen remodel? Reversible doors give you the freedom you need to plan any arrangement and not be limited by space.

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Counter-Depth Refrigerators

Counter-depth fridges are narrower, making your fridge depth flush with your countertops and cabinets. This gives your kitchen a more built-in look, without the extra cost.

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Measure Your Space

Width

It is important to have a snug fit but allow enough space on each side to open your refrigerator doors.

Depth

Measure from the wall to the floor of your cabinets. Counter-depth product is flush with cabinets, while non-counter depth will protrude beyond the cabinets.

Height

Measure from floor to ceiling or to cabinets depending on your opening and space.

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