What are standard fridge dimensions?

What are standard fridge dimensions?

Standard refrigerator sizes range from around 24 to 40 inches in width, 62 to 72 inches in height and 29 to 36 inches in depth. Generally speaking, french door and side-by-side refrigerators will be larger in width and height, though counter-depth models are frequently available in these two configurations.

How much space does a fridge need?

For reference, each adult needs approximately 4 to 6 cubic feet of refrigerator space. That said, industry experts assess that a typical family of four needs at least 20 cubic feet of capacity to house a healthy amount of groceries.

How much clearance is needed in front of a fridge?

Plan for Sufficient Counter Space The National Kitchen and Bath Association offers these guidelines for minimum landing space: Near the fridge and wall oven, leave 15 inches on both sides (if necessary, one side can be 12 inches).

What size opening do I need for a 36 inch refrigerator?

To obtain the most integrated look, the cabinet or soffit above the refrigerator should extend out to the same depth as the side panels. The refrigerator opening must have minimum dimensions of 70″ high x 36-1/8″ wide x 24-1/2″ deep as shown at right.

How do I know if my refrigerator will fit?

How to Measure for a Fridge

  • Step one: Measure the width of the space. Find out how much space you have to spare from counter top to counter top, or counter top to wall, depending on where your fridge is going to go.
  • Step two: Measure the height of the space.
  • Step three: Measure the depth of your counter tops.

Do refrigerators need top clearance?

The refrigerator will need minimum clearances of 2-inches from the back wall, 1-inch from the upper cabinet and 1/8-inch on either side of the fridge. Subtract the minimum clearance from initial space measurements to find the maximum dimensions of the refrigerator models you can consider.