The International Residential Code does not require interior doors to be as large as the main entry door in a house, but it still sets minimum height and width requirements. Thus, most standard interior doors are the same height, and come in widths ranging from 28 to 32 inches.
What is a standard door thickness?
The standard door thickness for interior doors is 1 ⅜ inches, though if your interior door is taller than 80 inches or wider than 36 inches, the recommended thickness by building codes increases to 1 ¾ inches. Closet doors are narrower and aren’t required to meet the standard interior door building codes.
What are standard kitchen door sizes?
The most common standard kitchen door size is 60cm. However, widths of 30cm, 40cm, 80cm and 100cm are also considered standard sized carcasses. Generally, 60cm kitchen units are fitted with one door, while the larger sizes often have two.
How wide is a 32 inch door?
2’8″ (32 Inch) Door Width (Actual Size 31-3/4″)
How many mm is a standard door?
What are standard door sizes in metric and imperial?
|Imperial (feet & inches)||Imperial (inches)||Metric|
|6’6″ x 2’4″||78″ x 27″||1981 x 711mm|
|6’6″ x 2’6″||78″ x 30″||1981 x 762mm|
|6’8″ x 2’8″||80″ x 32″||2032 x 813mm|
|6’6″ x 2’9″||78″ x 33″||1981 x 838mm|