Top-freezer vs bottom-freezer refrigerators: Which is better for you?
Think wisely before you open the doors to freeze water into ice!
Freezers are an integral part of refrigerators. While purchasing a new refrigerator , most customers tend to consider the design, colour, brand and compressor, and don’t really give much thought to the positioning of the freezer. But whether you should go for a top-freezer or a bottom-freezer is an equally important point to consider. Read on to know why.
Why is the position of a freezer relevant?
Electrical appliances are meant to make our lives easy, and a refrigerator is no different. The position of a freezer affects how you use the refrigerator, and also in organising all the shelves and food items.
Advantages of a top-freezer refrigerator
1. They are timeless and fulfil the requirements of everyday refrigeration. They are ideal for small families and fit in even compact kitchen spaces.
2. They are the easily available, and are also cost effective and affordable. There are many choices available based on the number of doors and colours and one can navigate through them efficiently and choose the best one.
3. They do not provide any water or ice dispenser options and provide comparatively a lower freezing storage with mostly just one shelf.
Advantages of a bottom-freezer refrigerator
1. They are usually bigger in size, and offer a lot of space for all the food items in the refrigerator.
2. They are more expensive than normal top freezer refrigerators, but are eco-friendly too and consume less power.
3. They are smarter than regular refrigerators with support for various technologies, and the ability to connect to the internet.
Considering every detail, bottom-freezer refrigerators tend to be more efficient in almost all aspects if budget is kept aside. Refrigerators are a huge investment and with them having a long lifespan, we should consider comfort while getting a newer one.
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