What’s a kitchen without a highly functioning refrigerator?
Not much of a kitchen at all.
The refrigerator often serves as the centerpiece for one of the most important rooms in your family’s home, and if the one you’ve been using for years is proving to be less useful and well-working than it has in the past, it’s time to start thinking about an upgrade to a new and improved model that will meet your family’s food storage and culinary needs.
If your refrigerator isn't doing its most important job as well as it should be or used to, then it’s of course high time to think about replacing it.
If you’ve noticed that your food is starting to get a little funky, a little smelly or spoiled days ahead of when it normally might, you should first check the settings to make sure everything is calibrated the way you prefer it. But if that doesn’t remedy the problem, it’s probably time to admit your fridge is on the way out and to start looking for a replacement—and it’s likely a worthy investment if you think about the amount of money you’re losing when you have to throw away food that has prematurely gone bad, not to mention the wasted extra energy it takes for the refrigerator to work harder to stay cool.
It’s not a good sign if you’re noticing condensation on the inside or the outside of your refrigerator.
If it’s on the outside, it can mean it’s not cooling the way it should be, which can indicate an issue with the sealing mechanism around the door. Sometimes that’s fixable, and sometimes it’s a sign of your refrigerator’s impending doom.
If it’s on the inside, it often means your temperature settings aren’t working well, which will eventually lead to the aforementioned spoiled food issue.
No, this isn’t a play on the classic prank call joke.
If you constantly hear noise coming from your refrigerator, it might mean its motor is working harder than it should have to to keep things cool. This can be a sign that it’s on its way out, and also that it’s using more energy than is efficient or than you want to pay for.
Even if you’ve prepared for growing kids raiding the fridge, you might still find that yours just isn’t big enough to accommodate all the food and drinks your family goes through on a daily or weekly basis.
If it’s time for a fridge with more interior space that doesn’t take up more exterior space, LG Instaview Door-in-Door refrigerators have large capacity French Doors, so you can stock up and store all your favorite foods, and even cut out some of your likely frequent trips to the grocery store.
Some refrigerators can last as long as a decade or even two, but the older it gets the more outdated it is, the more likely it is to need repairs and the more expensive those repairs are liable to be.
If it’s time to complete your kitchen with something new and improved, there are plenty of LG Instaview Door-in-Door refrigerator options available to accommodate what you and your family are looking for when it comes to cold food and drink storage.