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- April 10, 2007 at 8:08 pm #251497Guest
We have one stand alone freezer (stand up type, not chest type). I do know that is is more efficient in your house than in the garage. We put ours in the utility room with washer & dryer.
Put it someplace that will not be damaging carpet if it leaks.Fill up empty milk jugs with water for the empty space. It will work better that way. Herlean
wrote: Hi all, I have considered getting a small chest freezer to buy more items in bulk when they’re on sale or making dinners and freezing them and hopefully cut down on our take out food costs and unhealthy consumption. I have always hesitated because I have been concerned the electricity it would consume would outweigh the economical
benefits of the freezer. For those of you who use freezers, what do you think of the money involved in costs of running them?
Is a brand better and more energy efficient than another brand? Thanks, Cassie 8:00? 8:25?
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