When remodeling your kitchen, there are a lot of choices for refrigerators

What  for the  differences? Stick around while we discuss the main types of refrigerator styles to explain

1. Counter-Depth Refrigerators: Counter depth means the body of the unit is as deep as the countertop — but the doors extend past that due to the hinges.   If you’re looking for a true built-in, a counter-depth refrigerator won’t cut it, but the price tag might: It’s often thousands of dollars less than a true built-in refrigerator.
Built-in Refrigerator
2. Full-Depth, or Standard, Refrigerator: A standard-depth refrigerator is about 68 to 71 inches tall and 31 to 35 inches deep to the face of the doors.  These come in side-by-side, bottom-freezer and top-freezer options and stainless steel, white or black finishes.

3. Bottom-Freezer Built-In Refrigerator:  Built-in units are typically 80 to 84 inches tall and 24 to 25 inches deep to the face of the door. The entire unit, including the door, is flush with the depth of most standard base cabinets.

4. Built-In Side-by-Side Refrigerator: A side-by-side unit has the refrigerator on the right and the freezer on the left, with the compressor on top.  They come with and without water in the door.
5. Fully Integrated Refrigerator and Freezer Column Units:   Fully integrated refrigerators can be completely concealed with cabinet-panel fronts. Choose this style if you are looking for the ultimate customization and flexibility, if you want to break up the location of your refrigerator or freezer, or if you want to make your refrigerator completely disappear.

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