Statistics About The Average Refrigerator Life

The average refrigerator life expectancy is typically around 14-17 years.

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"The average lifespan of a refrigerator is 10-18 years."

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"Energy Star certified refrigerator models use at least 15% less energy than required by current federal standards."

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"Compact refrigerators typically last about 14 years."

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"Refrigerators with the freezer on top typically last 14-17 years."

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"Bottom-freezer refrigerators typically last 14-17 years."

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"About 40% of refrigerators in the U.S. have two doors instead of just one."

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"Approximately 12% of a household's energy usage comes from the refrigerator."

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"An old (made in the 1990s), inefficient refrigerator uses approximately 1400 kilowatt hours each year."

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"Refrigerators over 10 years old could be costing you about $110 per year to run."

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"In general, refrigerators are replaced on average every 10.5 years."

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"The lifespan of a refrigerator can be extended by regular cleaning of the condenser coils."

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"As of 2021, the average cost of a refrigerator is between $900 and $8,000."

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"Around 98% of American homes have a refrigerator."

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"In 2021, 87% of refrigerators sold in the US were Energy Star rated."

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