This buying guide is designed to help explain all the different styles available to you and describe in easy to understand terms how each feature can help keep your food in tip top condition. Reading the full buying guide tells you everything you could possibly want to know about fridges.
If you need a large amount of storage space freestanding fridges are ideal so long as you have room in your kitchen for a separate freezer as well.
Refrigerators are full of thoughtful design features to make storing your food easier and more convenient, maximizing available space and providing different compartments for different foods. Whether you require more cooling space and have sufficient room for a tall/upright model, or if you require less space and want to store chilled foods conveniently beneath the worktop you are sure to find a design that suits you.
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The storage space for refrigerators is measured in total litres rather than the physical dimensions of each compartment.
You can choose a built in model, freestanding or built under depending on what space is available and what style you want to achieve in your kitchen.
All refrigerators are now rated by the EU to let people know how much energy is needed to run them. The energy ratings go from 'A' to 'G' with 'A' being the best. A fridge with a good energy rating will save you electricity and money on your energy bills. Some manufacturers have models which have a better than 'A' rating;
A good way to work out just how much money buying an energy saving refrigerator will save you is to calculate how much it costs to run over a year. To help you we have calculated how much it costs to run your refrigerator depending on how energy efficient it is. For more details, refer to our useful table and see how much your refrigerator will cost to run.
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