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Enjoying the Convenience of French Door Refrigerators
by Guest on Mar 29, 2011
French door refrigerators are an exciting option for convenience in modern kitchens. They provide easy access to the foods families use most, and are available with many of the options and features found in the most popular refrigerators. These refrigerators typically offer the convenience of a side by side refrigerator with French style doors and a wide freezer drawer compartment below the refrigerator. French door refrigerators can be one of the most important appliances in a home and can make cooking and entertaining simpler and more convenient. With so many new options on the market, consumers can benefit from comparing French door refrigerators to find the model that offers all the features and benefits to fit their personal preferences.
Having a freezer option in a refrigerator unit is a great way to keep frozen foods convenient for cooking. French door refrigerators provide a freezer in the kitchen while keeping fresh foods in the stylish side by side refrigerator compartments. The freezer is typically a pantry style drawer at the bottom of the refrigerator, offering a quick view of what’s in the freezer. Some French door refrigerators offer pull-out drawers for the freezer, making organization even easier. Freezer compartments frequently offer a removable bottom tray for easy cleaning. In addition to ease of use and access, having the freezer compartment as wide as the entire refrigerator allows for placement of larger items in the freezer. Along with the wide bottom freezer, some French door refrigerators also offer a separate dairy compartment making cheese, yogurt and butter easy to reach without opening the full door.
Side by side French door refrigerators offer lots of additional options for convenience. The French doors open to reveal adjustable shelving and other great organizational features. Many French door refrigerators offer storage bins on the inside of the door for gallons of milk or juice, freeing up space on the shelves for other food. In most models, the storage on the door is completely configurable and can be modified as needed to meet the needs of the consumer. In addition to the adjustable storage on the door, many French door refrigerators offer adjustable storage shelves on the inside. Interior shelves usually have a spill proof feature that keeps spilled liquids from leaking over to other shelves. In addition to being adjustable, the shelves are removable for easy cleaning. With a focus on convenience and freshness, most French door refrigerators also offer built-in ice makers and humidity controlled crisper drawers for fresher fruits and vegetables. Some models even offer money saving options such as an open door alert that will notify a homeowner if the refrigerator is left open, wasting energy and risking food spoilage.
French door refrigerators offer many of the options and benefits of traditional refrigerators with the added style and convenience of keeping fresh food at easy reach and frozen foods in the slide out freezer drawer at the bottom of the appliance. Crisper drawers, dairy compartments, temperature controls and other features add to the convenience of these appliances. Regardless of whether a consumer is looking for water filtration, an ice dispenser in the door, adjustable door shelf storage or configurable interior shelves, French door refrigerators can fit any preference.
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