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Customizable Commercial-Style Refrigerators from True Residential

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Customizable Commercial-Style Refrigerators from True Residential

March 5, 2018

St. Louis, Missouri–based refrigerator company True was founded in 1945, when Bob Trulaske and his father, Frank, and later his brother, Art, developed the first 40-cubic-foot upright freezer in their garage. When 7 Up became a customer in 1948, it put the company on the map; today most grocery stores are equipped with the refrigerators.

A couple of years ago, True launched a line of residential refrigerators, including a a glass door model, and last week, they introduced an option for custom-finish fronts. Here’s a look at the full line.

Contact True for pricing and dealer information.

the true residential full size 4\2 inch refrigerator with stainless steel doors 9
Above: The True Residential Full Size 42-Inch Refrigerator with stainless steel doors is 24.44 cubic feet in a side-by-side model.
the widest model, the true residential full size 48 inch refrigerator with stai 10
Above: The widest model, the True Residential Full Size 48-Inch Refrigerator with stainless doors has a slim freezer (8.7 cubic feet) and wide refrigerator (20.7 cubic feet).

the interior of the 48 inch refrigerator. 11
Above: The interior of the 48-inch refrigerator.
refrigerator drawers are built of glass and stainless steel and feature a soft  12
Above: Refrigerator drawers are built of glass and stainless steel and feature a soft-close function.
freezer baskets in polished stainless steel. 13
Above: Freezer baskets in polished stainless steel.

the slender true residential 30 inch refrigerator with a stainless door. 14
Above: The slender True Residential 30-Inch Refrigerator with a stainless door.
the true residential 30 inch stainless glass column refrigerator with a glass  15
Above: The True Residential 30-Inch Stainless Glass Column Refrigerator with a glass front. (See more at 10 Easy Pieces: Glass Door Refrigerators.)
the true residential undercounter freezer measures \24 inches with a solid stai 16
Above: The True Residential Undercounter Freezer measures 24 inches with a solid stainless door (it’s also available with overlay panels).
true residential \24 inch stainless steel under counter refrigerator drawers  17
Above: True Residential 24-Inch Stainless Steel Under-Counter Refrigerator Drawers have the option of being ordered with a panel.
the true residential undercounter \15 inch refrigerator is ultra narrow and fea 18
Above: The True Residential Undercounter 15-Inch Refrigerator is ultra-narrow and features a glass door.

true recently released the option for all their refrigerator models with a matt 19
Above: True recently released the option for all their refrigerator models with a matte white (shown) or cobalt blue panel and gold (shown) or pewter hardware.

For more refrigerators, see our post:

Finally, get more ideas on how to evaluate and choose your kitchen refrigerator in our Remodeling 101 Guide: Kitchen Refrigerators.

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