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French door fridges are very spacious and are designed for bigger households. They are wider which allows for wider shelves creating even more space for storage. The later models are finished in a beautiful silver, grey or dark grey stainless steel. Very elegant. Featuring 3-4 doors, most french door fridge capacity ranges from 500L to around 800L. Most of these fridges come with a minimum warranty of 2 years while some go up to 3 or even 5 years. Brands such as Electrolux, Fisher & Paykel, Haier, Hisense, LG, Mitsubishi Electric, Samsung and Westinghouse have amazing French door fridges.
Benefits of a French door fridge:

  • Wide refrigerator compartment: Provides easy access to fresh food items, including wide and adjustable shelves for storing large items like platters or pizza boxes.
  • Bottom-mount freezer: Offers convenient storage and organisation with pull-out drawers or baskets, making it easier to access frozen items without bending down.
  • Flexible storage options: French door fridges often feature adjustable shelves, door bins, and drawers, allowing for customisable storage configurations to accommodate varying sizes of food items.
  • Energy-efficient design: Many French door fridges are designed with energy-saving features such as LED lighting and separate cooling systems for the refrigerator and freezer compartments, helping to reduce energy consumption and lower electricity bills.
  • Sleek and modern appearance: French door fridges typically have a stylish and contemporary design that enhances the overall aesthetics of the kitchen, making them a popular choice for modern homes.
  • French door fridges typically offer a range of features, including:

  • Adjustable Shelves
  • Temperature-Controlled Drawers
  • Ice and Water Dispensers
  • Adjustable Door Bins
  • Dual Cooling Systems
  • Filtered Water
  • Smart Features
  • Child Lock
  • Fast Freeze and Quick Cool
  • The main difference between a plumbed and non-plumbed fridge is the water supply mechanism:

  • Plumbed Fridge: Also known as "water plumbed" or "direct water line" refrigerators, these models are connected directly to a water supply line. They typically feature built-in ice makers and water dispensers that continuously provide filtered water and ice without the need for manual refilling. Installation requires proximity to a water source, such as a kitchen sink or water line, and may involve professional installation to ensure proper connection.
  • Non-Plumbed Fridge: Also referred to as "manual fill" or "non-water plumbed" refrigerators, these models do not require a direct water connection. Instead, they feature ice makers and water dispensers that rely on manually filled water reservoirs. Users need to periodically refill the reservoirs with water to maintain ice production and water dispensing functionality. Non-plumbed fridges offer flexibility in placement as they do not require proximity to a water source, but they require more frequent maintenance for refilling the water reservoirs..
  • The main difference between a French door fridge and a quad door fridge lies in their door configuration:

  • French Door Fridge: Features two side-by-side doors for the refrigerator compartment and a bottom-mounted freezer drawer. It typically offers wide shelves and ample storage space in the refrigerator section.
  • Quad Door Fridge: Has four separate doors, with two doors for the refrigerator compartment and two additional doors for the freezer compartment. This design provides more organised access to both fresh and frozen foods, with separate doors for each section.