# What is the average height of a fridge?

The typical side-by-side refrigerator measures between 30 and 36 inches in width, 67 and 70 inches in height and from 29 to 35 inches in depth. Total volume ranges from 22.5 to 31 cubic feet, with 14.5 to 20 cubic feet in the refrigerator portion. Built-in models may prove a little larger.

People also ask, what is the height of a standard fridge?

Typically, the standard size for a professional-grade refrigerator falls between 30 to 36 inches width, 67 to 70 inches in height, and 29 to 35 inches in depth. When it comes to the interior, the refrigerator itself should provide you with 14 to 20 cubic feet of space.

Beside above, can you adjust the height of a refrigerator? Some refrigerators use height-adjustable rollers for leveling. To adjust the height of threaded leveling legs, simply rotate the legs. It varies by model, but in most cases, using a screwdriver to tighten the screw (clockwise) will raise the front of the refrigerator and loosening (counter-clockwise) will lower it.

People also ask, how do I know what size my refrigerator is?

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.

How much space do you need for a 36 inch 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.

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