Whirlpool Refrigerator

Can you imagine trying to life live like our ancestors without all the things we now consider modern day essentials? Imagine trying to live without running water. You would have to draw water from a personal or communal well and visit and outhouse when nature calls. Or imagine living without modern transportation. You would have to invest in an animal or rely on your own two legs to get where you wanted to go. But worst of all, imagine trying to live without a refrigerator. You would have to go to the market almost daily in order to buy fresh food, and there would never be anywhere to store leftovers. The next time you find yourself down, just think about how lucky you are to have modern conveniences such as Whirlpool refrigerators.

Whirlpool Corporation major manufacturer of home appliances, but they are perhaps best known for their Whirlpool refrigerators and Whirlpool washers and dryers. With its approximately $19 billion in annual sales and more than 70,000 employees, Whirlpool fits the true definition of a mega corporation. In fact, Whirlpool is now the largest home appliance manufacturer in the world. Whirlpool is also much bigger than you have probably imagined. They also market the brands Maytag, KitchenAid andArmana. Chances are, if you are preparing a meal in your kitchen, you will probably use a Whirlpool marketed appliance at least once in the course of your preparations.

While Whirlpool refrigerators are well known as cost-effective, highly functional home appliances, there are some things about Whirlpool refrigerators that are not so well known. For example, Whirlpool Corporation is a supporter of the non-profit organization Habitat for Humanity. Habitat for Humanity is a Christian ecumenical organization that builds home for low income families. To date, Whirlpool corporation has donated more than 73,000 appliances to Habitat for Humanity Homes. So chances are, if you have ever stepped into a Habitat for Humanity home, you have probably seen or used a Whirlpool refrigerator or other appliances. In fact, by 2011 Whirlpool Corporation plans to support every single Habitat for Humanity home built all around the globe. How’s that for giving back?

Are you and your family in the market for a Whirlpool refrigerator? Well, you are in luck. Whirlpool corporation offers a handy Whirlpool refrigerator buying guide right on their website. The guide helps homeowners pick the Whirlpool refrigerator that is right for their amount of usage and family size.

When buying a Whirlpool refrigerator, it is advisable to study the different types of Whirlpool refrigerators available. Side by side refrigerators have become quite popular in the past few decades because they allow you to put food from the refrigerator and the freezer at eye level. But, as the Whirlpool refrigerator buying guide warns, side-by-side refrigerators may have some drawbacks, especially if you plan to store wide packages. In most cases, side-by-side refrigerators are narrower than the traditional freezer-on-top style of Whirlpool refrigerator, and some packages may simply not fit.

The Whirlpool refrigerator buying guide also talks about one element many people are interested in when it comes to buying a refrigerator – style. Whirlpool has taken stylishness into account when it comes to refrigerators and even offers models of Whirlpool refrigerators that are shallow and sit flush with countertops, creating a more streamlined kitchen look.

If you are in the market for a Whirlpool refrigerator, be sure to check out Whirlpool’s online refrigerator buying guide as well as ask a knowledgeable sales person for their opinion. Other options you might want to consider are storage capacity, special features (such as an ice maker) and energy efficiency options so that your family can be green and save on power bills.

This Whirlpool Refrigerator Review is Written/Updated on Sep 7th, 2009 and filed under Home Appliances. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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