Basics: Your Guide to Refrigerators
From side-by-side to built in, here's everything you need to know to pick the right refrigerator for your home.
Gaining in popularity are relatively expensive 24-inch-deep built-ins, which fit right into a standard run of cabinets. Most models offer inter-changeable door panels to match surrounding cabinet doors. Others flaunt the "commercial" look, matching stainless steel with glass doors.
Because these units have compressor and condenser units mounted on top, they don't require dust-gathering gaps for ventilation; they also can be cleaned and serviced in place. One minus (besides the high price) is the relatively shallow interior.