A heads up on the Lowe's warranty versus the manufacturer's (Frigidaire) warranty. For us, for a 20cf upright freezer, the Lowe's warranty was more expensive, considered the first year of the manufacturer's warranty as a part of their three year warranty, and had some limitations. When I called Frigidaire to register my newest and now our 2nd upright freezer (same make an model as the first one we have - more on that in a minute), they told me about their warranty and why it was so much better than the store warranty. I cancelled the Lowe's warranty and took out the 3 years manufacturer's warranty. As luck would have it, around that time my first upright freezer was still in the first year of the manufacturer's warranty and one day it decided warmer was better. A quick call to Frigidaire got me a local repair guy and I had no issues at all with how everything was handled. Well, almost one issue. Frigidaire gave me a repair date and time which was a few days in the future. I called the repair guy after I got off the phone with Frigidaire and he said to always call him after I've contacted Frigidaire so he could see where he had openings. He was out that afternoon. I immediately took out a three extended warranty (they have one, three, and five year warranties) on that first freezer since I was at the end of the one-year warranty. Twice more that freezer decided not to play nice (I was in the extended warranty at that point) and twice more I had a pretty quick repair. It's been behaving ever since. The Frigidaire website is great for finding repairmen in your area. This is just something to think about. Be sure and register your purchase.