Two Different kinds of refrigerators
General Electric Refrigerators
General Electric is among one of the most popular and long-standing best refrigerator companies in the country. It was first formed in 1892 when the Edison General Electric and Thomas-Houston companies merged. Edison General Electric was originally created by American inventor and scientist, Thomas Edison.
Four years after it was first formed, General Electric became one of the original 12 companies that were listed on the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Today, it is still the only company of the first 12 to still show up on the Dow.
General Electric brought about many new changes in various industries it was involved with during its first century. In 1919, General Electric founded the Radio Corporation of America in hopes of furthering international radio. The Radio Corporation of America, or RCA, began selling radios and related equipment until RCA branched off in 1930.
Today, consumers associate the General Electric name with a long list of household appliances. From stylish washers and dryers in many bold colors to microwaves, ventilation systems, disposal units, and trash compactors, General Electric makes something for just about every room in the house.
Refrigerators and similar appliances produced by General Electric are abundant. To help the efforts of environmentally conscientious families, consumers can find Energy Star qualified products that help reduce energy usage and water consumption.
General Electric refrigerators come in a wide range of styles and sizes. There are modern looking chrome designs that feature side by side and French doors with bottom freezers as well as the standard top freezer models in traditional white.
Unique features found on General Electric refrigerators include the CustomCool drawer that comes with three settings, the LightTouch! Tall Water Dispenser, and the Quick Ice ice maker.
Jenn Air Refrigerator
Jenn Air refrigerators have become well known for their cutting edge technology as well as high-end construction. Jenn Air goes beyond cold food storage to cooking and other household appliances. In 1961, the company created the first self ventilated cooktop.
Since then, Jenn Air has put an emphasis on technology, always on the hunt for improvements to existing appliances as well as innovations that can be worked into new models. Today, Jenn Air still produces many durable, technologically advanced household appliances that make life easier in the kitchen.
The company prides itself on its line of refrigerators, which include built-in models. Jenn Air refrigerators are designed for seamless integration into any kitchen as well as numerous features, including the Precision Management System. This extremely effective control allows the consumer to maintain a cold food storage climate within half a degree of their desired temperature.
Features are not the only cutting edge element used in a Jenn Air refrigerator. These units are also designed for an attractive appearance. More common chrome models are available, however, the true art is found in Jenn Air’s wood-paneled units.
These refrigerators come in numerous designs, including side by side, French door, and bottom freezer layouts. The visible side is adorned in rich wood grain so the appliance fits in with the rest of the kitchen. Available wood grain options vary, a testament to Jenn Air’s careful attention to detail.