Yes. Refrigerators do not require a high-voltage power outlet and can plug into a standard wall outlet. However, the extreme temperature shifts common in Georgia and the Atlanta area may cause problems with the appliance. Most refrigerators are designed to work in a temperature range that is comfortable to humans. Your refrigerator may stop working in temperatures above 110° F (110° C) or below 39° F (4° C). Check your owner’s manual for installation instructions to be sure.
If you already have a refrigerator in your garage, our guide for how to protect your appliances in the extreme cold may help you.