- Top Mount refrigerators are built with freezers occupying the upper portion. Traditionally the stabdard refrigerator configuration, this refrigerator type is almost universally widespread.
- Bottom Mount refrigerators have the opposite arrangement than top mount machines. The freezer is located on the bottom of the refrigerator. This style gives you the option of using a pullout freezer drawer, which is a more effective use of this fridge design.
- Side-by-Side refrigerators feature two long, vertical compartments, one for the refrigerator and one for the freezer.
- All Refrigerators are simply one unit with no freezer. People usually pair these units with a complete freezer unit. This pairing is often used in a commercial setting.
- Beverage Centers are refrigerators that are dedicated to keeping your wines and soft drinks at perfect drinking temperature. Many units are intended to be used on your outdoor patio or underneath your kitchen counters. With a glass door unit you will be able to see and manage your beverages with ease.
- Drawer refrigerators are small units built into a counter or kitchen island, providing immediate access to refrigerated food without taking up any additional floorspace.
- French Door refrigerators feature two half-doors that each open with only hald the clearance of a traditional door. This is a great space- and energy-saving measure, and is a popular and refined look.