|info re: CommonHouse Fridge? (Ruth Hirsch)||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: heidinys (heidinysearthlink.net)|
|Date: Tue, 7 Oct 2014 09:08:23 -0700 (PDT)|
Thank you so much for the question about a freezer. Thought I'd composed the right note, but missed that one. We have a stand alone full size upright freezer. It gets a fair amt of use. Various households use it for their own storage. What we currently have, the commercial fridge has no freezer space. I'll paste in original query: > Hi, > > We are going to have to replace our venerable commercial fridge (bought used > 1997, approx.) > We are deciding between two household refrigerators and a commercial one. We have a free standing upright freezer, so need no additional freezer. However we do not have an ice maker. We've never actually wanted one. Once or twice a year someone buys a bag of ice for an event. SO far that is it. But a question to raise. > We'd love your input. > > Have you a commercial fridge? > If so, what brand? > Is Hobart actually better? > What do you have and do you like it? love it? > > Have you residential fridges? > Are you happy with what you have? > > We love our commercial fridge. The reasons to consider residential: > - the noise bothers some folks a lot. (kitchen adjacent to where we have > meetings. Having someone unplug fridge bec of noise happens.) > - repairs need to be done by someone trained to work on this type fridge. > Other folks may not have served us well. > - We wonder if, if we had two residential one, when we aren't using both, > if we could unplug/turn one off. save electricity. > -warrantee might be less costly (we never have had one one the commercial > fridge.) > > many thanks, > Ruth J. Hirsch > Cantines Island CoHousing > Saugerties, NY
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