I would go longer at room temp before putting them in the fridge. I have learned that 4 weeks in bottles before refrigerating is about the amount time it takes a beer to carbonate fully. A lot of people say 3 weeks, but I have had best luck around 4. Then I TRY to wait a few days before cracking one open. I only put my bottles in the fridge a 6 pack or so at a time after the 4 week mark to let some keep conditioning. I have had a lot of beers overflow and seem over carbonated only because they weren't fully carbonated. The co2 produced by the yeast eating the sugar goes up into the headspace of the bottle and needs time to absorb into the beer. Sure, you can get carbonation after a couple of weeks sometimes, but definitely not every time. Keeping them in the fridge a week before opening them also helps tremendously, but its hard.