What is the difference between standard and counter depth refrigerators?
The main difference between a standard and counter depth refrigerator is the depth. Counter depth refrigerators are usually no more than 27 inches deep compared to standard depth refrigerators which range between 32 to 34 inches wide. The inches shaved off from the width allow for the refrigerator to sit flushed with the kitchen cabinets, creating a seamless and aesthetically pleasing look. They also come at a higher price point compared to standard depth refrigerators. Within GE Refrigerators, there are 32 counter depth products and 136 standard depth fridges.
What cubic feet space is available within GE Refrigerators?
While style, color and technology features are important features to consider, the capacity provided by the refrigerator is crucial to deciding on the right fit for your needs. Within GE Refrigerators, the capacity provided ranges from 11 to 24 cu. ft.