Bottom Mount Refrigerators FAQ

One advantage of a bottom-mount refrigerator is that the refrigerator compartment - the part you are likely to need most often - is higher up, meaning you have to bend down less to find things.

If you primarily use your freezer for long-term storage, a bottom-mount refrigerator may be a good fit for you. Bottom-mount fridges aren’t better or worse than other designs. They are just one more option to choose from when searching for the perfect fridge.

A “bottom-mount” refrigerator refers to the location of the freezer compartment. In this design, the freezer is on the bottom. The refrigerator compartment is on top for easier access.

A bottom-mount refrigerator can be expected to last anywhere between 10 and 15 years, with 13 years being the average. Regular maintenance can help extend the life of any refrigerator.

 Coast Appliances carries a full line of dependable bottom-freezer refrigerators from trusted manufacturers. Some of our most popular brands include Whirlpool, GE and Fisher Paykel.