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Built In Refrigerators
Built-in refrigerators have become a popular trend for today' s upscale refrigeration. These fridges are built into cabinetry to create an integrated look. Built-in refrigerators are available in top freezer, bottom freezer, refrigerator only, French door, side-by-side, and drawer configurations to suit aesthetic tastes and ergonomic needs.
Most built-in fridges are counter depth so that they stand flush with cabinetry. Built-in all refrigerators can be combined with other built-in columns, such as upright freezers and wine coolers, to create a custom refrigeration system. With sizes ranging from a slim 22" width with up to 10.6 cu ft capacity, to an expansive 72" width with up to a massive 42.2 cu ft, there' s one sure be a perfect fit for any apartment or full-sized kitchen.
Expand your refrigeration arsenal with compact refrigerators. These mini fridges can conveniently be installed undercounter, perfect for beverages and produce to have within an arm' s reach. Some have right and left hinges where the door opens side-swing, while drawers can easily slide in and out when accessing.
Choose from bisque, blue, green, orange, purple, red, and yellow colors for a unique look. Stainless steel, black, and white finishes normally featured on most appliances are also available, while a few can have custom panels installed on the face of your fridge to match cabinetry.
In addition to their design, built-in refrigerators are equipped with features for an excellent enjoyment of foodstuffs. Ensuring nothing goes to waste, humidity and temperature-controlled crisper drawers extend the freshness of veggies, fruits, deli meats, and cheeses.
Clean-ups will be the least of your worry. Spill proof shelves will prevent leaks from spreading any further, along with fingerprint resistant exteriors that help reduce the appearance of smudges. They can have external or internal water dispensers and automatic icemakers to easily quench your thirst.