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Standard Depth Refrigerators
Standard depth refrigerators are appliances that are not counter depth, usually protruding a few inches from the kitchen cabinets. Thus, they tend to have more capacity and size variance than the counter-depth refrigerator models.
This style of refrigerator is available as built-in or freestanding. Built-In refrigerators are built into the cabinets in your kitchen, allowing you to have a more customized look. Freestanding refrigerators are more common and more traditional since they are self-contained units that are moveable and do not require any custom installation.
Standard Depth refrigerators are also available in a wide array of sizes, styles, capacities, and configurations to fit your individual needs. There aretop freezer models as well as bottom freezers. Beside the typical single hinge door models, they also come with French Door and side-by-side doors.
Appliances Connection also has a line of compact refrigerators for those with limited space. If you don't need an attached frezer, we have chilling appliances that are refrigerator only. If you're looking for a handy place to keep your suds cold during the big game, there are refrigerators that act as beer dispensers. And to keep items cold and organized in a different way, we offer drawer refrigerators.
If you want to take advantage of the latest in technology, many models are smart refrigerators you can program and manage from your smart device.
And if you want a seamless look to your kitchen decor, several refrigerators can accept custom paneling.
Visit Appliances Connection for the standard depth refrigerator that is right for you!
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