Measure the width (side to side) where your refrigerator will go, and allow at least two extra inches for the door to swing open.
Measure the height (top to bottom) where your refrigerator will go. If you have a cabinet that hangs above that’s flush with the top of the refrigerator, be aware the refrigerator’s top hinges will need to clear the space.
Measure the depth (front to back) where your refrigerator will go. Allow two inches of extra depth for waterline access in the back if you want an ice maker and/or dispenser.
Standard refrigerators (34 ¼ inches deep) are a few inches deeper than your countertops. If you want a built-in look without the custom price, consider a counter-depth refrigerator (30 inches deep) that will sit flush with the front of your kitchen cabinets.
Make sure you measure all doorways that your new refrigerator will be passing through to ensure that it can be easily moved into your home.
A built-in icemaker means no filling up ice cube trays.
A clean, streamlined look offering ice and fresh, filtered water.
Convenient access to fresh, filtered water and ice without opening the door.
Help contain spills for easy clean up.
Store gallon-sized containers, like milk, in the door to free up shelf space.
Store a wide variety of fruits and vegetables at ideal humidity levels.
Easily holds large and wide items like deli trays and party platters.
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