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Summit Freestanding Beverage Centers
For nearly 50 years, Summit appliances has been an industry leading supplier of refrigeration and cooking appliances. Summit makes freestanding beverage centers to keep your favorite drinks cool and add an air of luxury to your kitchen. A freestanding beverage center, unlike a built-in beverage center, is designed for flexible installation in any room of your house. Summitís high standard for appliances is unmatched and their freestanding beverage centers are the stars of the show. Summit freestanding beverage centers measure at under 20" to 22" wide or up to 24" to 25"+ wide and feature stylish finishes on all sides making installation flexible and easy. Select models feature fully extendable, adjustable shelves built to accommodate a variety of drink sizes. Select Summit beverage centers feature LED lighting and glass paneled doors for an elegant view of the interior. Precisely set your desired temperature by using the digital thermostat controls available on most models. With fan-forced cooling, these beverage centers are cooled evenly from top to bottom. Pair a beverage center with one of Summitís premium refrigerators for unbeatable cold storage solutions. Add in a Summit wine cooler to chill and display your favorite wines. Summitís modern dishwashers are efficient and powerful, making them the perfect addition to your appliance lineup. Make no mistake, Summit freestanding beverage centers are the perfect cold storage solution for your dream kitchen design!
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