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Choosing the right refrigerator

Refrigerators offer a multitude of interior and exterior options you should take into account: style, finish, LED lighting, sliding shelves, and more. Other characteristics – like the refrigerator’s capacity – will also influence your choice when comes the time to make your purchase. Make sure your needs are well defined before your final decision.

Additional features

A child lock and door alarm are just some of the many useful features you can find on a refrigerator!

Water and ice dispenser

A water and ice dispenser is the ideal solution for those who love nothing more than a tall glass of ice-cold water always within reach, without even opening the fridge.

Water filter

Many models are equipped with an internal or external water filter to eliminate most bacteria. An indicator light will let you know when it should be replaced.

Perfected soundproofing

If you’re sensitive to surrounding noise, choose a model equipped with sound-reducing materials designed to diminish the noise produced by the appliance.

Counter-depth model

Counter-depth refrigerators integrate perfectly within your space, since their measurements correspond to those of your cabinets. They’ll undoubtedly add a touch of elegance to your kitchen.

Door or temperature indicators

Accidentally leaving the fridge open leads to energy and food waste. Appliances equipped with door or temperature indicators sound a signal if the door remains open longer than a few minutes.

Child lock

Appliances with a child lock system keep your budding chefs from inadvertently leaving the door open or helping themselves to snacks without permission.

Quick cooling compartment

If you often need to refresh drinks or produce rapidly, choose a refrigerator with this type of compartment. Colder than the rest of the fridge, this space enables you to cool ingredients quickly, without freezing them.

Energy star®

An ENERGY STAR-certified refrigerator consumes up to 10% less energy than a non-certified appliance.

To your tapes, ready, measure!

Now that you know what type of refrigerator you want, it’s time to verify the available space in your kitchen.
Height (in)
Width (in)
Depth (in)
Bottom freezer
30,33 or 36
67 to 70
30 to 33
Top freezer
30 to 33
66 to 70
30 to 33
French doors
29 to 36
More or less 70
More or less 32
Side-by-side doors
30 to 36
More or less 70
More or less 34
Height (in)
Width (in)
Depth (in)
Bottom freezer
30,33 or 36
67 to 70
30 to 33
Top freezer
30 to 33
66 to 70
30 to 33
French doors
29 to 36
More or less 70
More or less 32
Side-by-side doors
30 to 36
More or less 70
More or less 34

Measures are for information purposes only. Refer to the manufacturer's guide for exact measures of the model of your choice.

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