What is the life expectancy of a Sub-Zero refrigerator?

11/19/2020 Off By admin

What is the life expectancy of a Sub-Zero refrigerator?

A typical refrigerator, according to Sears Home Services, has a lifespan of about 10 to 13 years. A Sub-Zero, according to Jeff Sweet, manager of product marketing for Sub-Zero, Wolf and Cove, should last, 20 or more years.

How many cubic feet is a Sub-Zero Model 561?

The Sub-Zero 561 is a two-door refrigerator/freezer. The refrigerator has 12.5 cubic feet of storage, four adjustable glass shelves and one stationary glass shelf.

Is Sub-Zero worth the money?

Sub-Zero is certainly one of the best refrigerators money can buy. Whether they’re right for you, though, is something of a personal question. If you can afford the hefty price tag then by all means put one in your kitchen. Because of Sub-Zero’s quality and name recognition, the appliances feature great resale value.

How much energy does a Sub-Zero fridge use?

A comparable new Sub-Zero 36-inch side-by-side uses 602 kWh. Otherwise, use an energy monitor, or watt meter, to determine how much energy your refrigerator consumes each day. These devices cost $25 to $100, although you might be able to borrow one from a friend or even your local library.

How old is my Subzero?

To find out the age of a specific unit, contact the Sub-Zero Customer Care Team with your unit’s serial number at [email protected], or call (800) 222-7820, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. CST. To find a unit’s serial number, refer to Sub-Zero Serial Tag Locations.

How many cubic feet is a Sub-Zero 532?

18.8 cu.ft

Model Refrigerator Capacity Freezer Capacity´╗┐´╗┐
561 12.5 cu.ft. 8.9 cu.ft.
542 16 cu.ft. 9.2 cu.ft.
532/532SS 18.8 cu.ft. 11.2 cu.ft.
590 18.2 cu.ft. 11.2 cu.ft.