Buying a Larder Fridge
Install a larder refrigerator in your kitchen for extra space to store food items. Unlike regular fridge freezers, larder fridges do not have an ice box or freezer compartment, which means that all of the space is used for refrigerator-related items.
Freestanding refrigerators that are upright. The integrated models can be concealed behind cabinet doors to create an elegant, modern appearance.
What is a larder refrigerator?
A larder refrigerator is a common refrigerator that does not have a separate freezer compartment. It is ideal for those who don’t need to store frozen foods or want to maximize the space in their fridge for fresh food. Larder refrigerators are available in a variety of sizes that will be suitable for any kitchen. They include tall undercounter models that fit neatly beneath your worktop, to integrated designs that complement the cabinetry.
Blomberg, LEc and other top brands make our refrigerators, so you know you’ll get reliable, efficient refrigeration that keeps your chilled products fresher for longer. They are also rated A+ for energy efficiency. You’ll be able to save money on your electric costs by using one of these useful appliances.
Larder fridges can be either freestanding or integrated, and are generally between 55-60cm in width and 175cm in height. The taller models of larder fridges are generally more expensive than freestanding models, since they’re designed to fit under worktops. This lets you maximize storage space without taking up valuable floor space in your home.
If you’re buying an under-counter refrigerator that is tall you can select from a variety of door fittings that will fit your space, such as a hinged lid or a ‘door-on-door mechanism, or a sliding hinge. Selecting the best fitting will allow you to create a stylish, modern design in your kitchen, while ensuring that your fridge is fully closed to prevent cold air escape.
Our tall larder refrigerators are a wonderful addition to any kitchen, adding a modern, sleek look while keeping your favorite chilled foods close by. They are also a great option for those looking to fit their refrigerator into a small space, like an apartment kitchen or the conversion of a terrace. In contrast to American Fridge Freezer freezers, integrated fridges come with cabinet doors that are fitted to the front of the appliance to ensure they blend seamlessly with your kitchen cabinets to give seamless appearance. They can be upgraded with features such as LED lighting to increase visibility, humidity regulation, or active cooling to ensure efficient cold air distribution.
Tall larder fridges
A tall larder fridge is the perfect alternative to a conventional fridge/freezer. They are placed under your kitchen counter or on your worktop and provide a whole host of additional storage options for fresh and frozen food items drinks, deli items and other food items. They are available in a range of colours, from classic stainless steel and white to more retro red and cream models and modern black. They can be bought as a separate unit or as an integrated design with a cabinet door panel that matches the rest of your kitchen.
A larder refrigerator differs from a normal refrigerator in that it does not have an ice box. This allows for more space to be used to chill food items and consumes less energy. If you’re planning a major kitchen overhaul, or want to make the most of your storage of chilled food items then a taller larder fridge is a great option.
This Beko fridge is ideal to store fresh fruits and vegetables. It has two salad crisper drawers and four adjustable glass shelves. There’s plenty of storage space on the door, which can be used for jars, bottles, and a wine rack that holds five bottles. This model also has a temperature control to keep things fresh and cool, as well as an automatic defrost feature that stops the accumulation of ice on the back wall.
The Iceking RL254W.E is the ideal tall larder refrigerator for a four-person household. It is able to hold a volume of 346 litres. It comes with two salad-chopping drawers, four glass adjustable shelves and plenty of room in the door for storage of containers and jars. The interior light and the reversible door allow you to stay organised. In addition it’s energy efficient and comes with a 2 year warranty.
Under-counter larder fridges
Larder refrigerators under counters are a versatile and convenient solution for kitchens in all shapes and sizes. They sit neatly under your worktops, slipping into the space that is vacant and are usually under 90cm tall. Like tall larder fridges they’re freestanding and have one door, but they don’t come with an freezer or ice box.
They are designed to hold fresh food and not as a dual-purpose refrigerator/freezer. This lowers the cost and energy required to operate them. They’re also available in a variety of popular finishes, from elegant white to timeless stainless steel. They can be customized to match the doors of your kitchen cabinets to create a cohesive appearance.
There are tall and under-counter models with a variety of features, such as water dispensers, LCD displays and warning alarms. They’re often more affordable than fridges and freezers which means you can include a chilled storage option to your home without breaking the bank.
Taller freestanding cabinets can be placed in a horizontal position or slid into other cabinets to create a contemporary, fitted look. You’ll also find a number of integrated models that incorporate the front panel and the cabinet door of your kitchen cabinets to give that seamless look. This is ideal for smaller flats or older kitchens that aren’t able to accommodate the extra height of a tall larder fridge.
Larder refrigerators that are self-standing and undercounter tend to be smaller than their taller counterparts, ranging between 30″ and 33″. There are models that have a deeper depth option too but they are perfect for those with a small space.
All refrigerators for larders are simple to install and come with the required parts and fixings to get you started. We are proud to offer various brands and models to help you choose the perfect under-counter refrigerator for your home. Don’t forget our great prices as well as the Klarna payment option. Purchase today and pay in three simple installments or spread the cost of your new appliance over a period of 30 days, with no interest. We make it simple to upgrade your home with the newest appliances and the latest technology.
What temperature should a larder fridge be?
When you are looking for a fridge, it’s easy to get lost in all the different terms used to describe the appliances. The larder refrigerator is one of the most sought-after. A larder refrigerator is a fridge that does not have an ice box and freezer compartment. The entire space is used for refrigeration. This makes it ideal for those who are looking to maximise their cooling space without the expense of an icebox or freezer.
Larder fridges are available as freestanding models or integrated into the kitchen design. They typically have a door that can be shut and opened as any other cabinet in your home. This means that they can be a perfect fit in your kitchen and be hidden away out of sight for a sleek seamless appearance.
Tall refrigerators that are larder-style are a fantastic alternative to side-by-side fridge/freezer combinations as they offer more space for storage of chilled foods. They are available as freestanding models or integrated models. They generally range between 55-60cm in width and depth. This means that they are able to fit between other floor-to ceiling cabinets and are ideal for a built-in kitchen.
Whatever size your refrigerator’s larder is, it’s important that you keep food items at the proper temperature. The cooling of food slows the growth of bacteria, micro-organisms and other harmful organisms.
The ideal temperature for storing food items in a refrigerator is between 2 and 5degC. However, this will be affected by how often you open the fridge since it will get warmer each time air rushes in.
When storing food in your refrigerator, it’s essential to place dairy products high up in the cheap fridge (eggs, milk etc). Raw meat should be stored in the lower shelf of the refrigerator. This is not only to keep it warm however, it is also to keep juices from contaminating other food items. Crisper drawers work best for vegetables. Fruits can create ethylene which can cause other foods to become overripe. This could be a problem with certain foods like apples, watermelons, and tomatoes.