Each style of refrigerator has its own benefits. Stop into a Queen City store today or contact us to speak with a product expert and let us help you decide what is best for your home.Built-In Refrigerators
Wow your guests and serve perfectly chilled beverages from a wine cooler or beverage center or add a discreet refrigerator drawer to your home to give a high-end feel. Shop our selection of specialty refrigerators from several leading brands and choose the model that best fits your needs. Browse specialty refrigerators featuring UV light blockers to keep your beverages at their best, dual-zone temperature controls, and Craft Ice™ makers.Shop Now
Queen City offers a wide selection of built-in refrigerators from the best brands on the market. Give your kitchen a seamless, high-end look with a panel-ready fresh food column, freezer, or full refrigerator. Shop models with award-winning theater-style lighting, WiFi capability, and more.Shop Now
There are many different types of refrigerators including French Door Refrigerators, Side-by-Side Refrigerators, Bottom Freezer Refrigerators, Top Freezer Refrigerators, and Built-In Refrigerators. Choosing the type that is right for your home can depend on your space, the type of food you eat more often, your lifestyle, and your personal preference.
Generally speaking, refrigerators should be set around 40℉. This can vary based on your personal preference and the type of food you generally store in your refrigerator.
According to the US Department of Energy, the average refrigerator lasts about 12 years. Some brands are known to last longer than others. Oftentimes, we find customers want to upgrade to find a model that suits their needs and lifestyle better or is more energy-efficient. If your refrigerator needs an upgrade or you are considering what might be best for your home, stop into a local Queen City store to have us help you through the shopping process.
According to Reduction Revolution, the average refrigerator will use between 1 to 2 kilowatt-hours each day, equaling out to be about $150 per year. Each refrigerator will vary. Take a look at the Energy Guide with each refrigerator you are considering for more details. Choosing refrigerators with Energy Star ratings can reduce your energy consumption.