These black french door refrigerators look great wherever they are installed. Black is a very practical color for an appliance, as it goes with everything and will not show every smudge. Over time, black appliances, such as these french door refrigerators, will resist discoloring more than lighter colors. This makes black an excellent color for a long-term investment in a refrigerator.
When you buy a refrigerator, you immediately get the benefit of energy savings. The new refrigerators that come out each year are more efficient that previous years. In addition, as your appliances age, they lose some effectiveness. By the time your refrigerator is 10 or more years old, you will likely see a cost savings just by switching the old one out for a new one.
A french door refrigerator provides great versatility in its design and storage options. The two doors are often equipped with adjustable and fold-out shelves and bins - some big enough to hold a gallon of milk. In most cases, you can open a single door to get what you need, while keeping the other half of the refrigerator closed, trapping the cold air inside. But when you have a big item, such as a turkey in a roasting pan that needs to be defrosted, you can open both doors and move shelves around to fit such a large item.
French door refrigerators offer many different features and options based on the model. A popular feature is a water dispenser and filtration unit, which not only serves cool, refreshing water, but removes harmful toxins and bacteria from your water supply.