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The Advantages of Buying a Sub Zero Refrigerator
by Guest on Nov 26, 2013
If you're in the market for a new refrigerator or freezer, there are plenty of options available. A refrigerator, like any appliance, becomes a large part of your home. You rely on it to help you keep your home running smoothly. A good model can save you money in the long run by keeping expensive groceries fresh for a longer period of time. The best choice is an informed choice, and researching the features of major brands and models of refrigerators can give you confidence in your investment.
One model to consider is a Sub Zero refrigerator. This type of refrigerator is known for its aesthetic appeal and bounty of useful features. These models are considered 'higher end' and offer a multitude of advantages over more conventional refrigerators and freezers.
If you're considering a small fridge or don't need a lot of space, this brand may not be for you. Most buyers are looking for space, though, and will delight in Sub Zero's extra-capacity design. These types of refrigerators can feature large capacities ranging between 19 and 30 cubic feet, making them versatile for every need.
In addition to a large capacity, Sub Zero refrigerators and freezers are designed to aid organization. Shelves and storage spaces are designed to put items easily within your reach. A selection of drawers and compartments will further help organization, and items in the specially-designed produce drawers can stay fresh for a remarkably long time.
Sub Zero freezers and refrigerators include the usual features- interior lighting, controls, and automatic ice makers. Other features, such as open door alarms, electronic controls, and specially-designed drawers are also available. Even the drawers are lit, and controls are electronic and designed for ease-of-use. Like nearly every refrigerator or freezer on the market, Sub Zero models are also highly energy efficient.
Sub Zero models also offer other features, like the ability to greatly increase ice output, which means you wont ever have to run to the store for ice again when you have company. Two compressors to maintain food's tastes and smells, an air purification system, and accurate temperature controls allow you to maintain the highest level of food quality available.
Sub Zero offers some of the most unique designs available in refrigerator and freezer units. Ranging from variations of the classic stainless steel to framed and overlay designs with artistic appeal, these models please even the most aesthetically demanding among us.
While more expensive than some lower-quality models with less features, Sub Zero continues to offer competitive pricing when compared to similar models on the market. Also, Sub Zero refrigerators and freezers are energy efficient and feature specially-designed produce drawers. This means you will save a lot of money on energy and the cost of spoiled groceries. Even the largest models from Sub Zero use incredibly low amounts of energy (less than a 100 watt lightbulb), so those looking to be eco-friendly will be pleased.
Another component to consider in pricing- Sub Zero refrigerators are known for their durability. Each refrigerator or freezer unit undergoes testing for hours before they are shipped out. This means you are receiving a high-quality product that is free of defects and less appliance repairs. These refrigerators can often last much longer than other models, with lifetimes topping 10-20 years. If budget is a concern, investing a little more now may keep you from needing costly repairs and replacements down the line.
Is Sub Zero for you? Weigh the features and decide for yourself. Remember, a refrigerator is a multi-year commitment, so you will want to ensure your choice has the features you most desire. With a little research, you can compare models and make the best choice for your household.
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