Hello! Just wondering if people have favorite brands for fridges? Energy efficiency is important.
Saw a beauty recently on TV. I think it's by Kenmore, but LG also have it now. The door has a "hidden compartment to facilitate mor handy shelf space, without having to root around looking for items in a cave of "Got knows what's in there" I think that a great idea
Too be precise ... It's a door, within the door! Brilliant idea!
LG ! They have a model with a computer built in to the door. Very cool.
I am having the Samsung T9000 delivered today. Check back with me if you want to know how I like it, but it looks amazing and is different from any other fridge on the market.http://www.google.com/imgres...
Had a Samsung freezer on the bottom a few year ago and loved it, have a Kitchen Aid double door freezer on the bottom and am not a fan.
I have a GE profile, it works fine. But I'm moving soon and Big Chill is coming to stay. http://bigchill.com
My friends have one, and it is so beautiful on the exterior and well organized on the inside.
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I bought a Maytag floor model fridge 8 1/2 years ago, and it's performed like a trooper. If I were buying a fridge today, my dream one is a French door model that is the same width as the cabinets. But then again, I'm not stocking a fridge for a growing family. I'm not big on bells and whistles, but I do prefer the freezer on the bottom.
I have a large fridge only in my kitchen which gives me a huge amount of space for my growing family's needs. I have a tall fridge in my laundry which is adjacent to the kitchen). Works for me.
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