sub zero column help!

azhengNovember 2, 2012


I'm interested in buying the BI 36R and the IC 27 FI refrig and freezer columns from sub zero. the refrigerator is a built in unit, and the freezer is an integrated unit. If I put wood panels on them, will they be noticeably different if i put them next/near each other, besides the top section of the built in refrigerator (the grill)? (such as the actual door height)


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If installed correctly the fully integrated will sit flush with surrounding cabinetry.

Built-in will stick out about 1.5".

The top of the door for the BI is 73 3/4" while the top of the FI model is 78 9/16.

You can see all this information in the Sub Zero Design Guide linked below.

Here is a link that might be useful: Sub Zero Design Guide.

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