AJ Madison has the largest selection of refrigerators on the market. From French door to side-by-side refrigerators, we have the perfect fridge for your kitchen. With a huge assortment of colors, styles, sizes & brands, you can be sure we have something for everyone!
A French door refrigerator splits the fresh food compartment door in half, making it easier to open in smaller kitchens. All French door refrigerators have the freezer compartment on the bottom, so the fresh food compartment is more accessible.
A bottom freezer refrigerator has the freezer compartment situated below the refrigerator, with the fresh food compartment conveniently placed at eye-level. The bottom mount refrigerator, as it is also called, has been becoming more popular recently since they are more energy efficient and have up to 26 cubic feet capacity. The freezer door can either be a swing door, or more often, a pull-out drawer with bins for frozen foods. The freezer compartment can also come in a double drawer style that allows you easier access to your frozen foods and more organization. The drawback to bottom freezer refrigerators is you have to stoop to get your frozen food. However, most consumers typically use their fresh food compartments more often, making this drawback less.
A side by side refrigerator has two separate split compartments for fresh and frozen food that are adjacent to each other. The split design gives you more shelves to hold your food items and is ideal for organizational purposes, but the shelves are much narrower and make large-item-storage harder. Side by side refrigerators typically have more storage space than other types of refrigerators.
A top freezer refrigerator has the freezer compartment situated above the refrigerator at eye-level with a capacity ranging up to 22 cubic feet. The top mount refrigerator, as it is also called, is one of the more traditional and less expensive configurations that offer better organization and more useable space. The only drawback to this style of refrigerator is you have to bend down to reach your fresh food.
A built in refrigerator is only finished on the front and fits flush with the surrounding cabinetry for a sleek, high-end look. Built-in refrigerators are designed to fit into a cabinet depth of 23 1/2 to 26 inches and can be customized with panels to match the overall design and style of your kitchen. There are numerous built in refrigeration options, including top or bottom freezer refrigerators, side-by-side refrigerators, French door refrigerators, compact refrigerators and other specialty units. Regardless of style, all these units can still be built in to create a desired look in your kitchen.
Custom panels can be affixed to freestanding or built-in refrigerators to make them match your kitchen. Basic color panels are sold by most brand manufacturers or your carpenter can build panels to match your cabinetry, so your refrigerator can blend seamlessly into your kitchen.
A 'Full Refrigerator' unit has no freezer compartment and therefore more room for fresh food. Typically this refrigerator type, also known as a 'refrigerator column' or 'all-refrigerator', is more expensive and is paired with a 'Full Freezer' unit for maximizing storage. These units are usually installed built-in to the kitchen, as opposed to freestanding. However, they are also popular as freestanding units in garages and basements to provide additional food storage.
A 'Full Freezer' unit has no refrigeration compartment, it’s just a standalone freezer. These units can also be referred to as 'freezer columns' or 'all-freezers'. They are usually installed built-in to accompany a matching 'Full Refrigerator', but are also popular as freestanding units in garages and basements to provide additional freezer storage.
A counter depth refrigerator gives you a built-in look for a more affordable price. Counter depth refrigerators are freestanding refrigerators that have a shallower depth (less than 24 inches), and therefore less capacity (on average 22 cubic feet), that allows the refrigerator to fit more flush with the cabinetry. They can be configured as side by side refrigerators, top freezer refrigerators or bottom-freezer refrigerators and many accept panels for a custom look that that can be tailored to your kitchen décor.
Recent improvements in technology have made today's refrigerators much more energy efficient than older models. With an Energy Star certified refrigerator, you can greatly reduce both energy usage and utility costs. In fact, you can potentially save hundreds of dollars in operating costs by replacing an outdated refrigerator with a new Energy Star certified unit. Check the yellow EnergyGuide label to help compare energy usage of similar models and estimate the potential annual savings.
A compact refrigerator is your best bet when space is limited. This type of refrigerator is best for a dorm room, small office, bar area or under-the-counter location and generally has about five cubic feet of storage or less.
A compact refrigerator with Freezer is your best bet when space is limited. This type of refrigerator is best for a dorm room, small office, bar area or under-the-counter location and generally has about five cubic feet of storage or less.
A compact refrigerator with Freezer and Ice Maker is your best bet when space is limited. This type of refrigerator is best for a dorm room, small office, bar area or under-the-counter location and generally has about five cubic feet of storage or less.
These miniaturized versions of traditional freezers are ideal for game rooms, home entertainment bars and home offices.
Designed specifically for wine, these coolers range from compact units to elaborate, full-size models with room for hundreds of bottles. Also look for models with multizone temperature regulation.
A beverage center is a refrigerated unit made specifically for your beverage storage. Beverage centers are usually compact and less than 10 cubic feet of storage and are equipped with wine racks and canned drink storage. They generally fit under the counter in a kitchen, bar area or backyard. Many have glass fronts, so you can easily see what you’re storing, and some are specifically for outdoor use.
Designed specifically for wine, these coolers range from compact units to elaborate, full-size models with room for hundreds of bottles. Also look for models with multi-zone temperature regulation for more storage flexibility.
A beverage center is a refrigerated unit made specifically for your beverage storage. Beverage centers are equipped with wine racks and canned drink storage. Many have glass fronts, so you can easily see what you’re storing, and some are specifically for outdoor use.
Beer is always on tap with a state-of-the-art kegerator. Choose from a wide selection of kegerators that are among the best single tap, double tap, under counter, outdoor and mini kegerators available, delivering the perfect pour every time.
Upright Freezers have no refrigeration compartment, just a freezer compartment. This unit can be either built-in to accompany an all refrigerator unit, freestanding in a garage or placed under the counter for additional frozen storage.
Chest Freezers have no refrigeration compartment, just a freezer compartment. This unit can be either built-in to accompany an all refrigerator unit, freestanding in a garage or placed under the counter for additional frozen storage.
Before you choose, it's always wise to consider how you'll be using your fridge on a daily basis as well as what style is best for your kitchen's layout.
For instance, if you use fresh food far more often than frozen food, you should explore our selection of bottom-freezer refrigerators because it's easier to access the fresh food compartment at eye level. Or perhaps you have a narrow kitchen with an island, you might need to consider a French door refrigerator because they require less clearance for the doors to swing open fully. If you need a large amount of storage space for all of your fruits and vegetables, you would probably be best suited with a side-by-side refrigerator due to their increased storage capabilities. Additionally, if you are tight on space, compact refrigerators may be the best option for dorm rooms, basements or offices.
When purchasing a refrigerator or freezer, it is also important to consider how many cubic feet (cu ft) your kitchen area can currently accommodate. Fortunately, we sell units of all sizes that will fit any kitchen! Whether you are looking for standalone fridges or counter-depth refrigerators that fit into the layout of your kitchen, you can find the right fridge and freezer for you!
We carry fridges in a variety of colors as well. Some popular traditional styles include stainless steel, black, and black stainless steel. These colors will give your kitchen a sophisticated, modern look. Stainless steel fridges are a popular choice among homeowners because they are extremely durable and easy to maintain. No more weekly visits from the repair technician to fix a faulty water filter or ice maker! If energy efficiency is important to you, consider an Energy Star rated fridge. You will be doing the environment and your wallet a favor.
Use our filter tools to shop and compare all types of fridges and other specialty refrigeration units by brand, size, type, serial number, and model number. View our full range of refrigerators for sale, some with ice makers and read reviews below. Great discounts available. Shop in-store or online for prices you can afford!