To determine the right refrigerator size, measure your kitchen entrance, evaluate your storage needs, determine the freezer space needed, and consider the space available for door swing. Finally, list the features that are important to you.Continue Reading
Measure your kitchen entrance to find the maximum size refrigerator that can be installed in your kitchen.
Think about how much space you need in your refrigerator. This depends on the number of family members and how often you entertain and go shopping.
Consider your freezer needs. You may require a larger refrigerator with a generous freezer if you frequently stock up on frozen foods, ice and other frozen items.
Consider door swing clearance when measuring your available refrigerator space, especially if the refrigerator is located next to a wall or across from an island. Determine whether to buy a refrigerator with a right- or left-swinging door.
Consider which features are important to you. Extra features can reduce the refrigerator’s interior storage size. Door bins, water and ice dispensers, ice makers and individual cooling zones may not always be necessary.