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difference between fully integrated and built in fridge?

Maureen Dimitri
10 years ago

I have read several posts about this and am still a little confused. As I understand it, fully integrated is flush with counters/cabinets and fully paneled to blend in with cabinets.

Built-in is paneled, but may have grilles exposed? Also some fridges I have looked at on AJMadison are classifed as built-in, but are over 24" deep without handles. So built-in is not always flush with counters? Then why is it called built in?

In terms of choosing fully integrated versus built-in...is it just a matter of personal taste or are there other issues to consider?

Thanks

Maureen

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