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Keep Food Fresher for Longer with a Refrigerator from Abt

One of the greatest blessings of modern technology is having fresh food available at our fingertips. While some devices might be flashier or have more entertainment value, the humble and cool-headed refrigerator is one of the most reliable appliances ever made. That being said, not all refrigerators are created equal. With a diverse spread of styles and new designs catching on every season, it can be hard to pin down which fridge would fit your home best in terms of style, features, and the literal fit (in inches). Browse our selection online, and discover the device that fits your dream kitchen with a little help from our specialists here at Abt.

Refrigerator Sizing and Styling for the Modern Home

If you haven't searched for a new refrigerator in a few years, brace yourself. New devices have been trending taller and wider than ever before, allowing users to keep more groceries (buying in bulk, anyone?) fresh at once. Keep in mind that fridges could seem small online and be larger in real life, and remember to look closely at both external size and internal capacity. When it comes to body style, top freezer models have been popular since the very first icebox was devised, but recent decades have seen that freezer section reconfigured in every shape imaginable. The ice-cool storage spot has become a knee-high bottom freezer on some models, and aligned side-by-side with the refrigerating cabinet on others. More recent trends have seen the French door refrigerator boom in popularity, combining easy access to low freezers with a cavernous eye-level fridge. If you're looking to save space, opt for a French door or side-by-side model—since their half-size doors are smaller than a traditional device, they can easily squeeze into tight kitchens where space is in high demand. More interested in separating fridge and freezer completely? Check out our collection of full-sized freezers and freezerless refrigerators.

If you want to keep your home on trend, take a close look at our counter-depth fridges. These devices are built to line up with your cabinets and countertops for a seamless, integrated look. This design comes with a few advantages over a classic refrigerator—the largest one being a minimalist look that doesn't draw attention, all without pulling in the higher cost of a completely built-in model. A built-in refrigerator, in contrast, is designed to look just like your cabinetry, blending into your kitchen's vision without a bit of visual stainless steel or plastic. When decking out your kitchen, keep in mind that some built-in and counter-depth models sacrifice interior capacity for this seamless look, too. These built-in fridges are professional-grade quality, and are panel-ready to accept any finish or cabinetry. They're also available in side-by-side, French door, bottom freezer, and full styles.

Smart Construction, Smarter Technology

Sizing and form aren't the only things that have changed with modern refrigerators. If you're looking for a real reason to replace your old device, go after newer technology and higher energy efficiency. Many of our models are ENERGY STAR® certified, and if your current fridge is much older, you might see a significant improvement in your energy bills across the product's lifetime. Meanwhile, new refrigerators can do more than just run. Explore all the modern smart features that manufacturers are building products with these days, like Wi-Fi connectivity and in-unit cameras that connect to your smart device. But the true stars of modern refrigerators are their doors. While ice and water dispensers have been around the block a few times, new features like built-in tablets and calendars turn the refrigerator into a hub of activity. Meanwhile, see-through glass that illuminates with a knock lets you check on your ingredients all without opening the door and wasting energy in the process. Inside, configurable bins and spill-proof shelves are subtle but noticeable upgrades. Traditional white and classic stainless steel have both been popular finishes for refrigerators, though dark black stainless steel is beginning to rise in prominence. Many manufacturers are offering choices like fingerprint-resistant stainless steel as well—this material is treated to keep prints and similar spots from sticking to your new appliance, ensuring everything looks just like new. Not a fan of classic steel? We're flush with panel-ready fridges, too, allowing you to customize your fridge to match your home or style exactly. With access to a wide array of colors and finishes, we'll help you find the device that's best for your home.

Discover Your Perfect Refrigerator at Abt

The modern home relies so heavily on the refrigerator that to be without one for long is tough. If you're having trouble finding one that meets your home's needs, give us a call at 800-860-3577. Alternatively, check out our Refrigerator Sizing and Buying Guide to discover more about what to look for when buying a new fridge. At Abt, we're committed to finding the model that's the perfect fit for your style, home, and budget—whether you're buying online or in-store. Free shipping!

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