Asked by: Ghizela Boltonasked in category: General Last Updated: 16th May, 2020
How wide are side by side refrigerators?
Simply so, how wide is the average side by side refrigerator?
In side-by-side fridges, the freezer and the fresh food compartments each run from the top to the bottom of the fridge parallel to each other and with their own doors. The average side-by-side refrigerator is 35 inches wide, 30 inches deep and 71 inches high.
Also, how wide is a refrigerator cabinet? Standard opening for refrigerator is usually 36” wide and standard size of the wall cabinet over refrigerator 36” in width as well. In some cases the cabinet has to be smaller or bigger depending on the fridge size. The heights will vary from 12” to 24” depending on the walls cabinets and how big the refrigerator is.
Beside this, how much space is needed around a refrigerator?
Sides: You should leave between ½" to 1" of clearance between the walls and cabinetry. Rear: You should leave a minimum of 1", and preferably 2" of clearance. Typically, because of the electrical or water connection, this will help push the fridge out slightly away from the wall, but 1-2 Inches is ideal.
How is refrigerator size measured?
Grab a tape measure and measure the width, depth and height of the inside of your refrigerator. Multiply the numbers together (W x D x H) and divide the total by 1728 to get the cubic feet. For example, if you have a refrigerator that measures 30" wide by 30" deep by 48" high, you multiply 30 X 30 X 48.