Cherry Cordts asked, updated on September 6th, 2022; Topic:
fridge

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Counter-depth refrigerators are typically **under 30 inches deep**. By contrast, most full-size refrigerators are over 30 inches deep, often in the 35- to 36-inch range. So, in many kitchens, traditional refrigerators may stick out half a foot or more from the edge of the kitchen counters.

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Equal, what is the depth of most refrigerators?

Standard refrigerators are typically **32 to 36 inches deep or more**, and since countertops are normally about 25 inches deep (24 inches for the base cabinet with a 1-inch overhang) this means that a standard refrigerator will stick out from adjoining countertops by 6 inches or more.

In short, what is the standard fridge size? 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.

At the same time, how far is too far for a refrigerator to stick out?

In short, the answer is yes. Your fridge will need **about two inches of space away from the wall** in the back to allow for air circulation. On the sides, you'll want your fridge to have about 1/8 inch for a standard fridge and about 1 inch on each side for cabinet depth.

How deep is a counter-depth fridge?

Most counter-depth fridge dimensions top out with a depth of **around 30 inches**. By contrast, traditional refrigerators can be as deep as 36 inches. To make up for the shallower depth measurement, standard counter-depth fridge dimensions tend to be wider (around 36 inches).

The depth of a refrigerator is the measurement from the back of the unit to its front and **does not include its door handle**. In comparison, a standard or full-size refrigerator has more depth, which makes it stick out farther from the surrounding cabinetry.

While the standard kitchen countertop depth is **25 Β½ inches**, most kitchen island countertops can go up to 27 or 28 inches deep and over 30 inches deep if it comes with a breakfast bar.

Because counter-depth fridges **are shallower than standard ones**, they tend to offer less cubic feet of interior food storage space. Standard fridge/freezer combos average between 22 and 31 cubic feet of space, while baseline counter-depth fridges are between 20 and 23 cubic feet. Shallower depth can be limiting.

Manufacturers often **use thicker, more expensive insulation materials to maximize interior space**. This contributes to their higher price. There are many styles of counter-depth refrigerators, including French door and side-by-side models.

Standard depth refrigerators take up more space, generally running 30 to 34 inches in depth, or 35 to 36 inches when the doors and handles are included. ... Counter depth refrigerators are shallower and wider than standard depth refrigerators, with a depth range of **23 to 27 inches**.

Above: The **Liebherr 36-Inch Counter-Depth 4-Door French Door Refrigerator (CBS2082)** is the most shallow on our list at 24 inches deep. It's $6,419 at AJ Madison. Also available is the Liebherr 36-Inch Counter Depth Bottom-Freezer Refrigerator (CS2080) with a single door and two lower drawers is $5,349 at AJ Madison.

To measure the depth, **start at the wall (not the backsplash) and measure to the edge of your countertop**. Your counter-depth measurement should be about 24-25 inches. This dimension is equivalent to the depth of the refrigerator box, excluding the refrigerator doors and handles.

While the refrigerator box is technically counter depth, **all fridges need clearance in back, doors, and handles**. ... Rather, it is a matter of establishing a common frame of reference for what we mean by counter-depth. In any case, these fridges are shallower than your average fridge, which can run several inches deeper.

The industry standard thickness for kitchen, bathroom, and other countertop surfaces in natural stone is **1.25 inches**. This thickness provides the strength and stability required to create an unbroken surface without the need for stabilizing it with a plywood backing.

A general rule of thumb is **4-6 cubic feet per person**, plus a little extra as a "buffer" A 2-person household may need about 12-16 cubic feet, or at least 18 cubic feet if they cook at home often.

Measure the Ventilation Space 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**.

The dimensions are **55.31 high x 22.83 wide x 22.36 deep**.

The smallest cube-shaped mini fridge measures **17 inches wide**, 18 7/8 inches deep and 20 1/2 inches tall. A larger 4.5 cubic foot model with a separate freezer measures around 19 inches wide, 20 inches deep and 43 inches tall.

Side Clearance Requirements Many newer fridges have zero-clearance doors -- doors that open flush with the sides of their cabinets. These refrigerators need very little clearance on the sides, typically **1/4- to 1/2-inch**, for ventilation.

The refrigerator should be **at least two inches from the wall**. Top β If you have back coils, you will need at least two inches of top clearance to dissipate heat, but for bottom coils, as little as one inch can be sufficient. Sides β Regardless of coil placement, the sides require the least amount of space.

Generally speaking, there are 3 thickness of quartz slabs used for countertop fabrication. Countertop thickness is measured in centimeters. The standard thicknesses are 1CM (some manufactures actually use 1.2CM), 2CM, and 3CM. 1 CM is equal to 3/8β, 2CM is equal to ΒΎβ, and 3CM is equal to 1 ΒΌβ.

Quartz comes in two standard thicknesses. You will often be able to select **between 2cm thick and 3cm thick**. While it may be possible to find other thicknesses for custom jobs, this can add to the cost and complexity of your installation.

As a rule of thumb, you want **about 4-6 cubic feet of storage per person** in your household. Most fridges for sale will list their cubic foot capacity, but if you're not sure, use a cubic foot calculator to figure it out based on the refrigerator's width, depth, and height.

Apartment size refrigerator dimensions Designed to fit into small kitchens, 24" wide apartment refrigerators are slimmer than a 30β36" wide standard refrigerator, but are usually in the same **60β75" height range**.

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