• What Size Refrigerator Do You Need?

    With a tape measure, find the width, depth, and height of the space where the fridge will sit. Remember to leave 25 mm of free space around the top, back and sides to allow for the heat produced during refrigeration to escape.

    Measure clearance (entryways, doorways etc.) to ensure that the new fridge will fit safely in the home when delivered and that you can safely remove your old fridge.

    As long as it fits your kitchen space, go for the largest fridge-freezer you can afford. It’s false economy to keep your old fridge to cope with any extra demand. Old fridges are much less energy efficient, and one new large model with a bit of spare capacity will almost certainly run for less than an older smaller one.

  • Kitchen Refrigerators from Midea

    Whether you are after a large upright fridge for your family home, or a more compact model suitable for an apartment, we have something here for you at Midea. Choose from classic white models, stylish stainless steel, or sleek and modern black fridges.