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Do integrated fridges come with hinges?
Last Updated: 13th May, 2020
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Simply so, what is the difference between an integrated fridge and a built in fridge?
Integrated refrigerators differ in that they are completely camoflaged when installed. There are no visible compressor vents, and they are built with an inset door, which sits perfectly flush with your cabinets. When it's closed, an integrated refrigerator looks identical to any other cabinet in your kitchen.
Secondly, does an integrated fridge need a cabinet? The answer is that you don't need an entire cabinet, just a door. Cabinets are available for some large appliances, such as fridge freezers and some ovens, but dishwashers simply slot behind an integrated door – and under the kitchen worktop, of course!
Simply so, what is integrated fridge?
Integrated under-counter fridges are built into a kitchen unit that sits underneath a kitchen work surface. They're sometimes called built-under fridges and are ideal if you don't have much space in your kitchen. They are on the small side, though.
What is the difference between a fixed hinge and a sliding hinge?
With fridge/freezer appliances you have the option of going for a 'Fixed Hinge' or 'Sliding Hinge' system. Ultimately they each do the same thing, but if you have a sliding hinge fridge, you will need an additional (4x) Butt Hinges to hang the doors off the leg. As you then open the door, it pulls the fridge door open.