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Garage Ready Freezer - Best Upright Models

Posted by Jeff Allaire on May 12, 2020 11:33 AM 

 

Please note: Freezers have been in high demand, and they are sold out all over. We don't know when they will be back in stock. As a result, this article may be just a little bit less useful in these trying times!

 

So you're looking for a garage ready upright freezer. Options are limited and it can get confusing when you're trying to research your options online - a freezer may get tagged as a "garage ready" model by a website simply because people have left reviews stating that they have installed it in a garage. In mild climates where the temperature never drops below 40 °F or rises above 90 °F or so, it's possible to grab any old freezer and stick it in the garage. However, if you're contending with freezing winters, it's not so easy.

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GE Appliances Upright Freezers

Garage Ready Freezer - Best Chest Freezer Models

Posted by Jeff Allaire on Apr 13, 2020 2:21 PM 

 

Please note: Freezers have been in high demand, and they are sold out all over. We don't know when they will be back in stock. As a result, this article may be just a little bit less useful in these trying times!

 

So you're looking for a garage ready chest freezer. Options are limited and it can get confusing when you're trying to research your options online - a freezer may get tagged as a "garage ready" model by a website simply because people have left reviews stating that they have installed it in a garage. In mild climates where the temperature never gets much below 40 degrees, you don't technically need a garage ready model. If you live in the northeast US or other areas with freezing winters, you'll need to check that the freezer you choose can handle below-freezing temperatures.

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Hotpoint Frigidaire GE Appliances Upright Freezers

Typical Freezer Dimensions & Sizes

Posted by Jeff Allaire on Apr 13, 2020 2:16 PM 

 

If you're looking for a ballpark estimate of the dimensions of upright or chest freezers, you're in the right place! Maybe you need to fit your new freezer through a narrow doorway or have other limitations on the dimensions. Although the overall size can vary, we hope this will give you a basic idea of how much space different freezer sizes will take up.

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Upright Freezers Chest Freezers

The 7 Best Upright Freezers for 2020

Posted by Jeff Allaire on Mar 9, 2020 3:00 PM 


 

Please note: Freezers have been in high demand, and they are sold out all over. We don't know when they will be back in stock. So this article may be just a little bit less useful in these trying times!

Remember: stay home, save lives.

 

Now, back to the reviews...

An upright freezer has a small footprint and keeps all of your items organized. If you tend to "lose" items in a chest freezer or hate digging through layers of frozen goods, an upright freezer might be for you. If you're in the market for a new upright freezer, take a look at our reviews of the best upright freezer models of 2020! They're numbered for your convenience but are listed in no particular order.

 

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Upright Freezers

Should You Buy a Frost Free Freezer? - Pros & Cons vs Manual Defrost

Posted by Bob Allaire on Apr 9, 2019 8:00 AM 

 

If you are shopping for a new refrigerator, you may be wondering what a frost free refrigerator is. "Frost free" is a term that has been used in the refrigerator industry for decades. Many older style refrigerators and some modern mini refrigerators and freezer-only units require manual defrost. In these non frost free models, frost periodically builds up in the freezer over the coils and it needs to be manually defrosted. This can be inconvenient as you have to remove all of the food from the freezer in order to do this.   

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Refrigerators Upright Freezers

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