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What are the dimensions of various refrigerators?

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Refrigerators with the freezer on top have average measurements of 29 inches in width, 66 inches in height and 31 inches in depth, as of 2015. Refrigerators with side-by-side doors average the largest measurements at 35 inches in width, 71 inches in height and 30 inches in depth.

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Refrigerator measurements vary from brand to brand as well as among the four main refrigerator styles: the freezer on the top, those styled with the freezer and refrigerator side-by-side, and refrigerators with the freezer on the bottom with either one or two doors for the main fridge area. Those with the freezer on the bottom average the same width as refrigerators with the freezer on top, but are usually slightly larger with 67 inches in height and 32 inches in depth. The French door refrigerator with the freezer on the bottom is generally sized at 35 inches in width, 29 inches in depth and 68 inches in height.

When purchasing a new refrigerator, consumers should consider how many people may use the appliance. Each adult in the home should have 4 to 6 cubic feet in the refrigerator. Refrigerators with the freezers on top generally have a smaller capacity than the other models and range from 10 to 25 cubic feet.

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