What is the difference between french door and side by side refrigerator?
The primary difference between the two styles is freezer placement. A french door refrigerator is configured the same as a bottom-freezer but the top has two doors that open from the center out. The side by side refrigerator has two vertical compartments from top to bottom each dedicated to the fridge and the freezer. Apart from the obvious placement difference, the storage offered also varies between the two. French Door refrigerators are usually wider and with no vertical divider that allows larger sized items to fit in easily. Side by Side refrigerators on the other hand have narrower shelves but are a winner when it comes to convenience for accessing the freezer. Within French Door Refrigerators, we carry top brands in prices ranging from $1,000 to over $5,000. Check out the best-selling product, the 33 in. 25 cu. ft. 3-Door French Door Refrigerator in PrintProof Stainless Steel.
How tall are items within French Door Refrigerators?
Within French Door Refrigerators, the products are 65.0 to 71 inch tall or greater inches tall.
What is the cheapest option available within French Door Refrigerators?