How to Design an Upright Freezer Storage System

Freezer storage systems come in many different types of layouts and sizes. Great for storing bulk items, a refrigerator freezer is an important piece of equipment for many households. If you want to learn more about upright freezer designs or if you would simply like to learn how to build your own upright freezer, this article is for you

While there are many different styles of upright freezers, they all have one thing in common: they're designed with flexibility in mind. The best part about them is that they can be used as either a freezer or refrigerator depending on your needs

There are two main types of upright freezers: chest-style and unitized models. Chest-style freezers come with side bins that can be filled with food and frozen in the same way as a traditional unitized model. Unitized models are usually smaller than chest-style models but still offer plenty of space for your food items inside the freezer compartment itself

The most common type of upright freezers are those that use an interior shelf system, which allows you to place large items like vegetables on top of the shelves within the freezer compartment itself. These shelves work by keeping them out of direct contact with cold air from below, which keeps them fresh longer than if they were stored directly below

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