What size is a standard refrigerator?


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Most refrigerators measure about 70 inches (1.78 meters) tall and 36 inches (0.91 meters) wide. Depth measurements vary considerably, depending on a number of factors.

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What size is a standard refrigerator?
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One of the more popular kinds of refrigerators sold, as of 2015, is the counter-depth refrigerator, which is approximately as deep as residential kitchen counters. These refrigerators are slimmer than most units, but any measurement of depth must still take into account the depth of the handles and a small 1-inch space behind the unit for necessary air circulation. For example, the Frigidaire Gallery Counter-Depth Refrigerator (Model FGHC2331PF) has a depth of 31 inches, including handles.

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