GE refrigerators are refrigerating units designed and created by the General Electric corporation. General Electric creates several types of refrigerators, some of which are particularly energy-efficient or have additional features, such as a water dispenser or ice maker.
General Electric makes six types of refrigerators. The French door refrigerator offers easy access to fresh food in both the freezer and refrigerator. The bottom and top freezer configurations allows users a choice on accessibility to their frozen goods. The side-by-side configuration provides a much larger amount of freezer space than the other versions. Compact refrigerators are ideal for offices and small living spaces that can't accommodate a traditionally-sized model, and GE's specialized Wine Refrigeration & Beverage Centers are primarily aimed at restaurants, bars and convenience stores.
Some General Electric refrigerators offer additional features, including hot water dispensers and the convenient hands-free autofill, which uses sensors to measure a container and automatically stops when the container is full.
The best choice depends on a lot of factors, such as kitchen space, family size, food preference and consumption rate. Even environmental aspects are a consideration as many of these refrigerators are Energy Star-certified, which means that they are more energy-efficient than standard models.