How much does the home chest freezer cost?

Are you considering investing in a solar chest freezer? Friends and readers have been asking me whether it is worth using a solar chest freezer.

  Are you considering investing in a solar chest freezer? Friends and readers have been asking me whether it is worth using a solar chest freezer. I answered yes to each of them! The solar chest freezer is totally worth it for us.

  Before introducing all the reasons why we like deep freezing, let us first understand the cost of the freezer, and then weigh it against the benefits.

  How much does the home chest freezer cost?

  There are two costs to a complete freeze. The first is the initial cost of buying a freezer. The second is the ongoing cost of running the refrigerator.

  The initial cost of the home chest freezer

  For us, the initial cost was zero because we received a brand new freezer from our parents as a graduation gift. Now, if this sounds strange to you, it's because of it! My brothers and sisters and I are the only people I know who are deeply frozen as graduation gifts. Well, it turns out that this is the best gift!

  The solar chest freezer may not be as expensive as you think. You can buy a brand new 7 cubic foot deep freezer for less than $200. In fact, you can buy this 7.0 cubic foot freezer right now for $159, which is really amazing! You can order and pay online, and then pick up the goods in the store.

  You can also find used cars at very reasonable prices. The disadvantage of second-hand refrigerators is that the old models are not as energy-efficient as the new ones, so in the long run, you may pay higher fees.

  In order to get the best deal, please pay close attention to the market. Once you know the size and type of the freezer you are interested in, start paying attention to the price to know when the sale is really a good sale=.

  The ongoing cost of cryogenic storage

  Some of my friends are hesitant to buy a freezer because they worry that the electricity bill for the freezer will continue to rise. After all, it needs to stay connected all the time! In addition, it is well known that heating or cooling equipment consumes the most power.

  So, how much energy does deep freezing actually consume? If you buy a new freezer, this information is easily available on the label and in the sales materials, making comparisons very easy. In order to know what this really means to you, you should be familiar with electricity bills. Do you know how much it costs for a kilowatt-hour of electricity?

  I decided to conduct some research in order to provide you with some actual figures. First, I bought an electric meter for less than $20 so that I could measure the actual power consumed by my deep freezer.

  This is what I found:

  Our solar chest freezer consumes an average of 1.1 kWh per day. In winter, the cost of a kilowatt-hour of electricity is 15-18 cents, depending on the time of day. In the summer (four months), it costs 30 cents per kilowatt-hour during peak hours (3 to 8 pm), and 23 cents at all other times, which is about 25 cents on average.

  In summer, the cost of running a deep freezer is approximately $7.50 per month. From October to May, the monthly cost is approximately $4.68. Annually, it is US$67.44 per year or US$5.62 per month on average.

  Keep in mind that the freezer is most efficient when it is full. Keeping frozen things cool is easier than keeping empty spaces cool. When you try to fill the freezer for the first time, consider freezing the bottled water to take up some air space so that your freezer does not have to struggle anymore. Moreover, chest freezers are generally more energy-efficient than vertical freezers. Open upright refrigerator (cooling tank) loses less cold air than upright cold air.