Jun 13, 2018 7:43 am
We are currently building a house with Porter Davis, and for the first time ever, we will have a designated space for the fridge. We are currently looking at French Door fridges at the moment.
My question is, do you have the fridge sticking out a bit to accommodate the doors opening?
Or do you factor the open doors into the width of the fridge?
Re: Fridge size vs Fridge space3
Jun 13, 2018 10:27 am
Fridge size vs Fridge space5
Jun 17, 2018 10:30 am
Why the angled sides? Is this so the doors can open better?
If you don't have them, you either need an extra large opening for the fridge or you need to push it out so the doors are proud of the walls. This diagram from the installation manual shows that:
Of course, since we bought ours, F&P have now brought out a integrated fridge which has a hinge configuration that allows for flush fitting. However, it has a smaller capacity (525L vs 614L) for approximately the same dimensions (900ish wide by 1790ish tall and costs nearly $2500 more, and that doesn’t include the door panels which you need to buy seperately.
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