Drawer refrigerators are undercounter fridges with doors that slide out and slide in like cabinet drawers. They are available in built-in and freestanding configurations to suit almost any home layout, making it easy to access foods and beverages.
Find a drawer refrigerator that's a perfect fit for you. They can have a modest size of 15" in width with a 2.cu ft capacity. Larger fridge drawers can stretch up to 36" in width and have up to 6.6 cu ft. With refrigerators having up to 3 drawers, you'll be able to keep everything organized. Some drawers have a convertible freezer/refrigerator, in which temperatures in select compartments can be adjusted for either frozen goods or fresh foods.
Many cooling drawers are ADA compliant, allowing them to be installed within a high reach of 48" and low forward reach of 15" so that they are easily accessible for virtually everyone. A few are even environmentally friendly, helping conserve our natural resources with an Energy Star rating. Some are approved for outdoor use, so you won't have to head back inside to the kitchen to grab beverages during backyard BBQs.
Panel ready drawer refrigerators can be customized to match existing cabinetry. In doing so, they can discreetly be installed into master suites without ruining the room's interior design. A few have a soft-closing mechanism which allows drawers to close smoothly without loud banging noises from a heavy force. Just in case these refrigerator drawers get mistaken for actual cabinets, the door look will prevent unwanted access and keep inside contents secure.
Most have an automatic defrost system, so you won't have to do so manually. Some drawer refrigerators can be remotely through wi-fi connectivity. In doing so, youâ€™ll be adjust temperatures, set Sabbath mode, and receive notifications from your smartphone.
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