FRIDGE REVIEW AND BUYING GUIDE
The world of fridges is now very user friendly. No longer are you stuck with just the option of the traditional top mount (freezer at the top) fridge.
These fridges are generally the cheapest to buy. There is also a huge range in this category so plenty of choice size and colour wise. They are usually the cheapest to run and they don’t take up a lot of precious kitchen real estate. Because there are so many on the market, the competition is healthy between the big name manufacturers, so you should be able to get a great bargain.
This fridge makes a lot of sense. The freezer is at the bottom and considering how many times we open the fridge compared to the freezer, it is common sense to have the freezer at the bottom so we are not bending over to see what is in the bottom of the crisper all the time.
This variation is where the size of the freezer and size of the fridge are split right down the middle. Some versions offer a little more space with the fridge. This is a good option for those who like to cook and freeze in bulk or take advantages of the special in the freezer section at the supermarket.
They are generally the largest of all the fridges and require quite a sizeable gap in your kitchen. Make sure you measure up the area before considering.
Lastly, you’ll also get a generous amount of storage in the doors.
French door fridges provide a great deal more space than a side by side or traditional refrigerator. They can often come with a range of features to choose from including ice makers, water dispensers, enough storage capacity to house large platters and separate temperature controls. Many models have ice and water dispensers.