Size does matter Choosing the refrigerator, usually begins with a definition of its size. If the kitchen is large enough, and the means you are not limited to, the better to get a big roomy refrigerator. Maybe even two separate unit – tall roomy fridge freezer and cupboard under the worktop. Another option – Refrigerator Side-By-Side. They are not too high, but very wide, with two located next door, swing open in opposite directions (hence the name). However, these models are more expensive and take up much space bolshe.Esli size of the kitchen does not allow you to get a broad "American" or "Asians", we have to go on the way "Old Europe" – to buy high narrow refrigerator. At the same time check as to whether the size of doorways and corridors of your apartment to carry the purchase to the place of permanent placement.
ONE, TWO, THREE … A related site: Barchester mentions similar findings. In the days of our grandmothers were the most common single-chamber refrigerator, freezer, which was located at the top of the refrigerator compartment. Now they are buying much less. No doubt, the single-chamber refrigerator is a distinct advantage – they are much cheaper, and take up less space. But they are less and by volume. Especially "suffer" freezer, which is reduced in volume so that it can accommodate only one-two chickens.
In Basically, if the family is small, then this can be a freezer. However, we must remember that in this type of freezer temperature is generally higher than in a separate freezer refrigerator, respectively deadlines storage of frozen products will be less. In recent years a proliferation of single-chamber refrigerator (not freezer) and a twin freezers. Models such as generally designed for large kitchens. There are freezers with a horizontal door (freezing chests). The most common are the refrigerator, in which freezing and refrigeration branch separated from each other and have different doors.