I'm a few months into brewing beer, and of course I'm very excited to expand into kegging. My wife and I bought our first house last year, and it came with a fridge/freezer downstairs which we rarely use. So, I was thinking, why not convert this into a kegerator since we already have it and we don't use it much. I'd say it's standard size (not sure the dimensions, I will measure these later), with the fridge on the bottom and the freezer on the top. I am not very handy when it comes to stuff like this, as I have little experience with tools and construction, so I am just wondering how difficult it would be to convert this into a kegerator. I've been searching online today to get some instructions and step-by-step directions, but I just wanted to see if anyone who has little experience with home projects like this had any trouble in the process. I already have a friend who is willing to help me, and he says he is pretty competent when it comes to things like this. Anyways, any help is appreciated. Again, I don't have the keg setup yet. I'm more concerned with converting this fridge into a kegerator first, and then I'll get some corny kegs, CO2 tank, lines, etc. Thank you!