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The right freezer can complement your lifestyle. With an upright or chest freezer, buy foods in bulk to save money and make fewer trips to the grocery store. You'll also have room to store large cuts of meat that don't fit in your fridge. Before you buy, make sure you consider space constraints and features to ensure the freezer you choose is the perfect fit.
When choosing features for your new freezer, plan for the future. You want your new freezer to last for years.
Lowe's carries freezers that range in size from 5 to 25 cubic feet. To find your best fit, consider the following:
Huge advances in insulation mean today's freezers consume far less energy than older models.
According to ENERGY STAR®, if you purchased your freezer before 1993, you're spending an extra $35 each year compared to a new ENERGY STAR qualified model. If you bought it in the 1980s, it's costing you an extra $70 each year.
The Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency have confirmed that with the help of ENERGY STAR, Americans saved enough energy in 2010 to avoid greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to those from 33 million cars — all while saving nearly $18 billion on utility bills.