With the vast landscape of appliances available on the market, many builders, designers, and homeowners find themselves a bit confused as to the terminology being thrown around by both manufacturers and various partners in the industry. The biggest confusion lies in how refrigeration (and other appliances) install into the cabinets surrounding them.
And it’s understandable how this can happen given the number of manufacturers producing “their version” of what has been a category created by industry leader, SubZero.
Given our relationship as a member of the SubZero Wolf Trade Program, we’re well versed in how to design and incorporate both built-in and integrated flush inset applications into your kitchen cabinets. And, more importantly… we know how to install them.
This is a critical point that should not always be assumed when purchasing cabinetry from a dealer or showroom. The installation, as always, can make or break any cabinetry package; particularly how they integrate with appliances in the space.
We’re happy to share our knowledge on how appliance integration gets done right so that you can rest easy knowing you’ll be getting the look and function you want without any last-minute confusion.
This is part of why we’re partnered with the industry leader, SubZero… they’re the industry leader and built-in refrigeration pioneers.
All the way back in the 1950’s, SubZero introduced refrigerators and freezers that were the same depth as standard kitchen counters. And they have been improving on the concept ever since. Now consumers have refrigeration that comes in all these varieties: