- What is the size of a standard fridge?
- What is a good size fridge?
- What is a good size fridge for one person?
- How do I calculate fridge Litres?
- Why is the refrigerator capacity in liters?
- How much clearance do you need behind a fridge?
- How much room do you need between a refrigerator and an island?
- Does it matter if your fridge sticks out?

## What is the size of a standard fridge?

28 ¾ to 39 ¾ inches

## What is a good size fridge?

It varies, but a general rule of thumb is that you’ll want 4 to 6 cubic feet (cu. ft.) With full-size refrigerators ranging from 10 to 32 cu. ft., this means that a family of four probably won’t want anything much less than 20 cubic feet, and might prefer something even roomier.

## What is a good size fridge for one person?

What size fridge do I need?

Family size | Combined fridge & freezer size |
---|---|

1-2 people | 200-380 litres |

3-4 people | 350-530 litres |

5+ people | 440+ litres |

## How do I calculate fridge Litres?

It will list the total volume of your fridge. If there is no sticker, you can find the total by measuring the depth by height by the width of the interior of your refrigerator to get cubic feet measure. Then multiply this number by 28.3 to get the volume in liters.

## Why is the refrigerator capacity in liters?

We usually measured capacity of refrigerator in liters because refrigerators are spacious inside; the space is called volume. That’s why we use liters or even cubic meters for measuring such spaces. …

## How much clearance do you need behind a fridge?

Side Clearance – Plan for between one-half inch to one-inch of clearance on both sides of the unit. Rear Clearance – Allow between one to two inches of space at the rear of the refrigerator for proper airflow. Top Clearance – Ensure there is a minimum of one-half inch to one-inch of clearance on top of the unit.

## How much room do you need between a refrigerator and an island?

You may have a nice-sized kitchen now, but if your island is too large your kitchen will feel cramped. The general rule is that you will need at least 42 to 48 inches (106.68 cm to 121.92 cm) of open space around your island.

## Does it matter if your fridge sticks 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.