Comparing the Most Energy Efficient Fridges

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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.