Buying a Larder Fridge
Add a larder fridge to your kitchen to make more space to store food. Larder refrigerators are different from regular fridge freezers because they don’t include a freezer or an ice box. This means that the entire space is available for fridge items.
Freestanding larder refrigerators are upright. They can be hidden behind cabinet doors for an elegant, modern appearance.
What is a refrigerator called a larder?
A larder refrigerator is a typical fridge that doesn’t include an internal freezer compartment. It’s a great option for those who don’t need to store frozen food items or who wish to maximize the space available in the fridge for fresh foods. Larder refrigerators are available in a range of sizes that will fit in with any kitchen including tall counter-top models that are compact enough to fit under your worktops to integrated designs that coordinate with your cabinetry.
Blomberg, LEc and other top brands make our refrigerators, so you know you’ll get reliable, efficient refrigeration that will keep your chilled food fresher for longer. They are also rated A+ for energy efficiency. You’ll be able to save money on your electricity bills by using one of these useful appliances.
Larder fridges can be either freestanding or integrated, and are typically between 55-60cm wide and 175cm high. Larder refrigerators that are taller are typically more expensive than freestanding models, since they are designed to fit under worktops. This allows you to maximize storage without taking up valuable floor space in your home.
If you’re buying a tall under-counter larder fridge, you can choose from a wide range of door fittings that will fit your home, including a hinged lid as well as a ‘door on door mechanism, or a sliding hinge. The right fitting can help you create a stylish modern and contemporary look for your kitchen while making sure that your fridge is shut completely to stop the air from getting cold.
Our tall larder fridges are a great option to add sleek, modern design to your kitchen while keeping all your favorite chilled goods close at hand. They’re also a fantastic choice for those looking to fit their refrigerator in a tight space, such as an apartment kitchen or the conversion of a terrace. Unlike American fridge freezers, integrated refrigerators come with cabinet doors that are fitted to the front of the appliance, so they blend seamlessly with your kitchen cabinets to create an elegant look. They can be upgraded with features like LED lighting to improve visibility, humidity control and active cooling to ensure efficient distribution of cold air.
Tall larder fridges
A tall larder refrigerator is the perfect alternative to a traditional fridge/freezer. They can be set under your counter or on your worktop and provide additional storage space for drinks, deli items, and fresh and frozen food. They are available in various colors that include classic white, stainless steel as well as retro red, cream and black. They can be bought as a stand-alone item or integrated with a cabinet panel that matches your kitchen.
A larder fridge is different from a normal refrigerator in that it doesn’t include an ice box. This allows for more space to be used to chill food items and consumes less power. A tall larder refrigerator is a great option if you are planning a kitchen redesign or simply want to increase the size of your chilled food storage.
This Beko fridge is perfect for Refridgerator storing fresh fruit and vegetables. It has two drawers for salad crispers as well as four adjustable glass shelves. There is also plenty of storage space on the door, which can be used for jars, bottles, and a wine rack that can hold five bottles. This model also has the ability to regulate temperature to keep things fresh and cool, as well as an automatic defrost feature that prevents the accumulation of ice on the back wall.
The Iceking RL254W.E is the perfect tall larder refrigerator for a four-person family. It can hold a total capacity of 346 litres. It comes with two salad crisper drawers, four glass adjustable shelves and plenty of space inside the door to store jars and boxes. It’s easy to keep organised as well, thanks to a useful interior light and doors that can be reversible. In addition, this model is energy efficient and has two-year warranty.
Under-counter larder cheap fridges
Under-counter refrigerators are a convenient and versatile solution for kitchens of all sizes and shapes. They fit neatly under the worktop, and typically are less than 90cm tall. They are freestanding, have one door and are like tall larder refrigerators. However, they do not include an ice box or freezer section.
They are designed to store fresh food items and not serve as a dual-purpose refrigerator/freezer. This lowers the cost and energy required to run them. They’re also available in a variety of popular finishes, from sleek white to classic stainless steel. They can even be finished to match the doors of your kitchen cabinets to create an integrated look.
There are under-counter and tall models that have a variety of options, including LCD displays water dispensers, warning alarms. They’re usually less expensive than their fridge/freezer counterparts too and you can also include a chilled storage option to your home without costing you a fortune.
Taller freestanding models can be set up on their feet or slide in between other cabinets with a floor-to-ceiling design for modern, sleek feel. There are also a number of integrated models that incorporate the front panel and cabinet doors of your kitchen cabinets for the seamless appearance. This is perfect for smaller kitchens or flats that aren’t able to accommodate a taller refrigerator.
Larder refrigerators that are freestanding and undercounter are usually shorter than their taller counterparts. They measure between 30″ and 33″. There are models that offer a deeper depth option too though, ideal for those with limited space.
If you opt for either a freestanding or integrated model Larder fridges are simple to install and come with all the required fixings and components to start. We are pleased to offer various brands and models to help you choose the perfect under-counter fridge for your home. Don’t forget our affordable prices as well as the Klarna payment option. Buy today and pay in three easy installments or spread the cost of your new appliance over 30 days without interest. It’s just another way that we make it easy to upgrade your home with the latest technology and appliances.
What temperature should the larder refrigerator be set at?
It’s easy to be confused when shopping for a refrigerator because of the various terms used to describe them. One of the most commonly used is a larder refrigerator. A larder refrigerator is a refrigerator which does not have an ice box or freezer compartment, so all of the space inside is for refrigeration purposes only. This makes it ideal for those who are looking to maximize their cooling space and also avoid the additional expense of an icebox or freezer.
Larder refrigerators are available as freestanding models, or they can be integrated into your kitchen design. They usually come with doors that can be opened and closed just like other cabinets in your home. They will blend seamlessly into your kitchen and can be hidden away out of view to create a clean seamless appearance.
Tall larder refrigerators are a good alternative to side by side fridge/freezer combinations, since they provide more storage space for chilled food. They are available as freestanding units or integrated models. They generally range between 55-60cm in width and depth. This means that they are able to be inserted between other floor-to-ceiling cabinets and are ideal for a built-in kitchen.
Whatever the size of your fridge, it’s important to keep in mind that food should be stored at appropriate temperature. The cooling of food reduces the growth of microorganisms, bacteria and other harmful organisms.
The ideal temperature to store food items in a fridge is between 2 and 5degC. However, this will be dependent on how often you open the fridge as it will get warmer each time air rushes in.
It is essential to store dairy products (eggs and milk) in the upper part of your refrigerator. Raw meats should always be kept on the lowest shelf of your refrigerator. This isn’t just for temperature reasons but to prevent any runaway juices that could contaminate other foods. Crisper drawers work best for vegetables. Fruits can create ethylene which can cause other food items to become ripe. This could be a problem with foods like watermelons, apples and tomatoes.