Comparing the Most Energy Efficient Fridges


Refrigerators use more energy in the home, compared to that of any other appliance. We don’t want to ditch the refrigerators but we need to make a difference in our home by using Energy Star refrigerators. They are 20% more efficient than other models. Here are the best refrigerators that you need to consider.

You need to pick out the best energy efficient refrigerator and it has to be a quality fridge. There is high quality, middle quality and low quality, you just need to pick out the best model for your needs. There is a refrigerator and it’s price is $7699 and it has over-and-under refrigerator/freezer and it’s rating is 27%. A Jenn-Air built in side-by-side refrigerator with a dispenser and it has a price off $7200 and it’s rating is 30%. A fully integrated bottom-freezer refrigerator and it is made by Miele and it’s price is $6999 and it’s rating is 33%.

Then there are the middle choices and they are a whirlpool freezer with a bottom french door and it’s price is at $1799-$1999 and it has the rating of 20%. A Whirlpool Side by Side refrigerator and it has a rating of 30% and it’s price is $1599-1799. Then you have a Kenmore Elite refrigerator with an ice machine, it is rated 20% and it’s price is $1560-1800.

The low side of the refrigerators and it includes a GE Top-refrigerator and it has a 20% rating and it sells for $939. A Kenmore Top refrigerator that has a 20% rating and it sells for $809-977. Whirlpool/freezer on the top and it’s rating is 31% and it’s price is $700-999. Then the last one is Sanyo frost-free apartment size, and it’s rating is 21% and it’s price is $436. All of these are great refrigerators, but you need to choose which one you would want.