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trafalgar law height

The Trafalgar Law Height is a law in the United Kingdom that requires the height of the ceiling in your home to be at least three feet above average. This law exists because of the height of the ceiling that was built during the height of the period known as “The English Renaissance.” This height is a direct reflection of the height of the ceiling.

There is no clear rule for what the average height of the ceiling is in the United Kingdom. The average height of a ceiling in the United Kingdom is approximately 17.5 feet (average height of a man is approximately 5 feet).