Architect Series II refrigerators provide versatile storage options for the way you entertain. With built-in or freestanding, side-by-side or bottom-freezer, and counter-depth or standard-depth offerings, the options are endless. Built-in options include the world's first built-in French door refrigerator featuring the widest refrigeration capacity of any built-in bottom-freezer refrigerator on the market. If you're looking for additional storage in the kitchen or you want to accent other areas of your home, there are a variety of undercounter options available including beverage centers, wine cellars, ice makers, and undercounter refrigerators that can be customized to match the surrounding decor.
Architect Series II built-in refrigerators are part of a coordinated appliance suite that was inspired by those who love to cook and entertain. An integrated and flush ice and water dispenser provides a visually pleasing, integrated look in your kitchen. A choice of overlay panels or stainless steel lets you customize the style of their refrigerator to match their kitchen cabinets or design scheme. The ExtendFresh Plus Temperature Management System helps insure ingredients stay at the appropriate temperatures to maintain taste and texture.
The 22.6 Cu. Ft. KitchenAid Built-In French Door Refrigerator, makes storing and preserving your favorite food and beverages easier than ever before! This model features the unique AquaSense Filtration System, which efficiently removes impurities from your tap water and leaves you with only the freshest greatest tasting water. Additionally, the Whisper Quiet Refrigeration System removes all unnecessary and unwanted operational noise, while the Touch Sensor Controls allow you to easily monitor and adjust the water filter, temperature, and other essential settings.
This refrigerator uses 578 kWh/yr and has an estimated yearly operating cost of $64.1.
Your operating costs will depend on your utility rates and use. The estimated operating costs is based on a 2011 national average electricity cost of $0.1109 cents per kWh. For more information, visit www.ftc.gov/appliances.