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Topic by KnockOnWood posted 08-30-2009 12:30 AM 16010 views 0 times favorited 4 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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KnockOnWood

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08-30-2009 12:30 AM

Topic tags/keywords: kitchen appliance cabinet walls planning remodeling

Hello, I am remodelling a kitchen in an old home an need to know how wide the space should be for the refrigerator. I have seen modern grudges vary in width from 32 to 36 inches but was wondering if there is a standard size to make the hole. Any help is appreciated.

-- Joey C, Baton Rouge, LA ... Carpenter, Attorney, Procrastinator



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jstegall

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08-30-2009 01:53 AM

My instincts said to tell you 1/2”, I googled your question and got the same answer. Pick out your model first if it is for you.

-- John

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Todd Thomas

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08-30-2009 12:28 PM

I agree with jstegall….pick out your frig first….then go about 1 – 2 inches bigger, this will make it easier to get in and out of the space…......just a thought…..

-- Todd- Oak Ridge, TN

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adamjohn

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05-20-2013 10:39 AM

French Door Bottom Freezer Refrigerator Dimensions

A. Free Standing French Door Bottom Freezer
Width: 33 inches to 36 inches
Height: 68 and 5/8 inches to 70 inches
Depth without the door and handle: 28.25 inches to 29.5 inches

B. Counter-Depth French Door Bottom Freezer
Width: 35 and 3/4 inches to 36 inches
Height: 69 and 5/8 inches to 71 inches
Depth without the door and handle: 23 and 3/4 inches to 24 inches

C. Built-In French Door Bottom Freezer
Width: 42 inches to 48 inches
Height: 83 and 1/8 inches to 84 inches
Depth without the door and handle: 23.5 inches to 25 inches

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JamesPDX

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01-08-2017 12:14 AM

Whenever I do installs I leave 1-2 inches. You can look at my site
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