Rent to Own Refrigerators

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Keep your food fresh and organized when you shop Rent One’s name-brand Refrigerators, available in side-by-side, French door and traditional styles.

Affordable Rent-to-Own Refrigerators at Rent One

The kitchen is oftentimes the heart of the home; so your kitchen’s refrigerator has to be able to meet your family’s needs. Rent One has name-brand options that fit your lifestyle and budget, including side-by-side, French door, and top-freezers.

Find your closest store location or view our online selection of fridges.

About Our Rent-to-Own Refrigerators

Rent One is a one-stop shop for your entire house, and we make shopping for your kitchen easy with our top-quality appliances! Because fridges are used daily, you want to select one that is built to last. Our refrigerators offer the dependability and space you need to keep your food fresh and organized. Rent One also offers packages that include a refrigerator and a matching range.

Not sure which type of refrigerator is best for you? Here is a guide to help you understand your options.

Fridge Size

The first thing you need to do when shopping for a new refrigerator is measure your space (not your old fridge) to know what dimensions will fit.

Width

The width of the space where the fridge will go may vary, so measure the top, middle, and bottom of the space (such as wall to cabinet, wall to countertop, or cabinet to cabinet) and note the smallest one. Leave at least a ½ inch on all sides and if the space is next to a wall, you’ll want to leave at least 3 inches on the hinge side so the door can swing open.

Height

Measure from the floor to the lowest point above your fridge cutout, this may be the bottom of overhead cabinets. Be sure to account for the added height of any door hinges at the top of the refrigerator.

Depth
  • Standard-depth: Standard-depth refrigerators have a larger dimension from front to back, offering more capacity. They typically range from 29 to 36 inches and are available in all styles. Measure from your wall with some extra room to extend past your cabinets.
  • Counter-depth: Counter-depth fridges tend to be shallower to achieve a more streamlined, built-in appearance, but they may be wider or taller. They typically range from 24 to 28 inches deep and most are French door or side-by-side style. Measure from your wall to the edge of your counter.

When measuring depth, leave at least 1 inch between the back of your fridge and the wall for proper ventilation, and be sure to make note of baseboards and any electrical outlets. If your kitchen has an island, measure the space in front of the fridge so you can fully open doors and drawers without any obstructions.

Fridge Capacity

Refrigerator and freezer capacity refers to the volume of the inside of the appliance, i.e. how much food can be stored inside. Fridge capacity is expressed in terms of cubic feet.

Refrigerator capacities range from 17 to 25+ cubic feet.

  • 17-21 cubic feet is typically ideal for households of 2-4
  • 22-24 cubic feet is typically ideal for households of 4-6
  • 25+ cubic feet is typically ideal for households of 6-8

Fridge Style

Another factor to consider is the look of your new refrigerator. Ask yourself, what color will match the rest of your kitchen and what style will work best for your household? Whether you prefer black, white, or silver or side-by-side, french doors, or top-freezers — Rent One has got you covered! We’ve broken down the most common types of refrigerators below.

Side-by-Side

Side-by-side refrigerators have slim double doors that open at the center with a refrigerated section on one side and a freezer on the other. Generally, the fridge side is bigger than the freezer side. This style provides more freezer space compared to other types and it is easier to keep the freezer organized since you won’t have to stack food like you would have to in a drawer.

Pros

  • Have plenty of shelves for organized storage
  • Most have built-in external ice and water dispensers

Cons

  • Narrow design makes it difficult to store wide items
  • Additional freezer space means less fridge space

French Door

French door refrigerators have an upper fridge section with double doors that open at the center and a freezer drawer on the bottom. This style has grown in popularity over the past few years. French door models are good for tight spaces because they don’t require as much clearance for their doors.

Pros

  • Large storage bins and wide shelves to store large refrigerated items
  • Open shelving that makes it easy to locate refrigerated items

Cons

  • Have to bend over in order to access the freezer
  • Freezer drawer can get unorganized from having to stack items

Top-Freezer

Top-freezer refrigerators are a timeless choice with their classic design. They are generally a less expensive option compared to other styles because they are more energy-efficient.

Pros

  • Wide shelves to store large refrigerated items
  • Use less energy, thus cheaper to operate

Cons

  • No pull-out freezer drawer
  • No external ice and water dispensers

Benefits of Rent-to-Own Fridges

With Rent One, it’s easier than ever to get the appliances you need. There are absolutely no credit checks and no third-party lender is involved. Whether you need to replace your outdated fridge or you are upgrading to a more sleek design, rent-to-own means you won’t have to fork out a big upfront payment! You can buy now and pay later with our weekly or monthly payment plans that fit your budget. The online payment process is simple, secure, and convenient. You can also purchase our refrigerators outright.

At Rent One:

  1. You are pre-approved. There are absolutely no credit checks required to purchase Rent One’s products, making the entire process quick and painless.

  2. You receive free delivery and setup. Stop dealing with hidden charges and costly add-ons from the other guys. At Rent One, we will get you all set up for no extra fee.

  3. You have flexible payment options. We offer stress-free weekly and monthly payment plans that you can choose from based on what best fits your budget.

  4. You receive extra services for free. Rent One values your business, and we won’t charge extra for services that should already be included with your rental, such as repairing broken items and loaning you replacements.

  5. You can own your item faster. Thanks to our flexible payment options, owning your item can become a reality a lot quicker than it can with the other rent-to-own companies out there.

How to Purchase Our Refrigerators

We make renting to own easy and convenient so you can fill your home with the high-quality items you want.

1
Shop online or at your local Rent One showroom
2
Choose your payment plan
3
Complete your rental application and submit online -or- complete at your local showroom
4
Schedule your delivery with our team (if needed, free installation is available)

It’s THAT simple!

Find Your New Rent-to-Own Refrigerator

We at Rent One can help you find a fridge with the capacity to handle your entire household's needs. Purchase online or find a store location today!

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