The new house lacks a fridge but has a stainless oven so we are in the market for a stainless side by side (ice/water) fridge.
I was shopping at Lows and saw I can get either:
NEW, for $999 in store
Whirlpool 25.1 Cu. Ft. Side-by-Side Refrigerator (Color: Stainless-Look) ENERGY STAR
This one actually felt the most sturdy out of all the fridges I looked at. Its a little bulky though and while its dimensions fit the "fridge hole" I have to fill its just a little mediocre looking.
REPAIRED and only $1199 (normally $1999) but no warranty. The repair was adjusting the doors to impact the light switch better.
Whirlpool Gold 24.5 Cu. Ft. Side-by-Side Counter-Depth Refrigerator (Color: Stainless Steel) ENERGY STAR
RETURNED due to hating fingerprints on stainless steel
$1211 with a warranty
Samsung 25.5 cu. ft. Side-by-Side Refrigerator ENERGY STAR®
They don't have it on their own website, so here is the sears link:
We are slightly limited by the height of the fridge, there is a cabinet above the fridge exactly 69 inches from the floor. All the 3 above are just a hair under that 69 inches, if need be I'll sand the bottom of the cabinet down a bit.
Anyone have experience with any of those fridges above or can recommend a stainless side by side for under $1200? Preferably one that is 24+ cuft and also not super deep (but doesn't have to be counter depth, thats just a bonus, and I can always rehang the pantry door to open the opposite direct if opening it because a problem because of the fridge