What Is the Residential Building Code for Width of Hallway?

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The hallway width building code has to be checked with individual local code departments. It does vary between different cities. It also varies between different counties.
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Residential building codes vary substantially from municipality to municipality and should be checked locally, but at minimum a hallway width should be no less than 36 inches.
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Three feet is minimum.
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if im not mistaken its 5 feet!
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