Before you swing by the store, use these helpful tips to prep for your purchase.
Measure Your Space
Before you buy, measure the height, width and depth of your cutout space.
Add 1/2″ of space in the back to allow extra room for water lines if model has an ice maker or water dispenser.
Add 1/2″ to the top of the refrigerator.
Measure the size of the doorways, hallways and other points of entry in your home to ensure your new refrigerator will be able to pass through.
Add 3-3/4″ minimum space to the hinged side and 1/2″ to the non-hinged side for door clearance and airflow.
Note: Remember, side-by-side refrigerators have hinges on both sides, so you will need to allow 3-3/4″ on each side.
What's Your Style
Side By Side
Puts both your frozen and fresh food within reach, and narrower doors help make the most of your kitchen space.
Gives you more storage space for fresh food and puts it where you can see it. It also makes it easy to store wide itesm.
If frozen foods are your go-to, this puts them at eye level while you traditional style at a price that's just right
What Features Do You Want
Did You Know?
Older refrigerators work harder — and cost more — to operate as refrigerants and seals degrade over time.* Plus, units made before 1999 may not meet current Department of Energy usage guidelines.
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