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[email protected]The depth is converted toyardsby dividing it by 36 because that is how many inches are in oneyard. To determine the area of a site in cubicyards, the converted measurements are multiplied together. Our calculator uses the formula to convert andcalculate: width/3 x length/3 x depth/36 = amount of gravel in cubicyards.
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The calculator will tell you approximately how many cubicyardsor tons of material you'll need. If you still have questions, please call the Mulch andStoneTeam at 703-999-2624. If you have the total area of your landscape beds calculated, we’d be glad to help youfigure…
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Online ChatAsk your supplier whatfigureis used for the weight of thestoneper cubicyard. Thefiguremay vary from around 2,700 to 28,00 pounds per cubicyard. Some companies will just use a roundfigureof 3000 pounds per cubicyard. Not all trucks will hold 20 tons per load. Again, find out from the dealer how big a …
Online ChatCrushed limestone is a popular material used to make roads, driveways and parking areas. Figuring the amount you need for a paving project at your home is complicated by the fact that limestone is sold by the ton, but the easiest way to measure your needs is to determine how many cubicyards…
Online ChatThis will tell you how many cubicyardsof crushedstoneyou need. As an example, let's say your DIY project is a patio , and it calls for the use of crushedstoneas a base. If your patio is 20 feet long and 10 feet wide, and you need 6 inches of crushedstonefor the base, you would plug those numbers into formula, like this:
Online ChatToCalculateYardage needed for your project enter Length, Width, and Depth.. Note: you must enter your Depth Key Code Value. into the "Yardage Calculator" for Correct Calculation. Example: there is an area 20 feet by 10 feet and it needs to be 6 inches deep (see Depth Key Code).
Online ChatHow deep you plan to install the river rocks makes a difference in how much you need. This number helps you determine the number of cubic feet or cubicyardsof rock required. To find this number, decide how deep you want the rocks to be, such as 2 inches. Convert …
Online ChatArea in squareyards= 117.381 yd2 - Volume estimation: Volume in cubic meters = 44.872 m3. Volume in cubic foot = 3,465.982 ft3. Volume in cubicyards= 128.37 yd3 - Total gravel mass estimation: Total required gravel mass in tons = 82.408 tons. Total required gravel mass in lbs = 181,677.745 lbs - Metric gravel bags estimation:
Online ChatDec 27, 2018· Divide the number of cubic feet by 27 to determine the number of cubicyardsyou need for your landscape rock; there are 27 cubic feet in each cubicyard. In the example, 3.4729/27 = …
Online ChatIf Icalculateeach section separately and sum of the cubicyardsI get 3.03 cubicyards. If I sum up the L & W of all 3 sections thencalculatethe cubicyards(126’x13.5’x 2″), I get 10.5 cubicyards. I expected to get the same total regardless of calculating each section separately or in aggregate and now not sure what the correct ...
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Online ChatStonedust, sand, and other base materials are usually sold in 0.5 cubicyardincrements. So here you would round the 1.19 cubicyardsto 1.5 cubicyardsof sand orstonedust. It is better to have a little extra than to run short and have to pause your project to order more.
Online ChatFor use in calculating quantities of Sand,Stone, Fill and Topsoil: Enter Data: V Enter Width of the Area in feet >>> Enter Length of the Area in feet >>> Results: CubicYards: Tons A thickness of: 2" A thickness of: 3" A thickness of: 4" A thickness of: 5" A thickness of: 6"
Online ChatPlease enter the measurements below and press "Calculate" to receive the approximate number of cubicyardsneeded for the specified area. This calculator can be used tocalculatethe amount of sand, soil, gravel or mulch needed for your project.
Online ChatOurStonecalculator will help you estimate how many CubicYardsofStoneyou need for your desired coverage area. The crushedstonecalculator offers 4 "Box" area fields and 2 "Circular" area fields for you tocalculatemultiple areas simultaneously (backyard, frontyard, driveway, garden, etc.).
Online ChatThe volume of afigurewith a round foundation is its height times the area of its foundation. Tocalculatethe foundation area the calculator needs its diameter, since the formula is π x r 2, where r is the radius, or diameter/2. Again, the gravel calculator will do this math for you. Irregularly shaped area
Online ChatAug 23, 2019· Then, multiply 144 by 0.1666 to get the cubic volume, which is 23.99 cubic feet. Divide thisfigureby 27 to get .89 cubicyards. You may have to round a bit, but yourfigureshould be very close.
Online ChatStoneand Mulch Calculators. As an example, let's use 500 square feet to be mulched at a 3" depth. First, the depth must be converted to feet. To convert inches to feet, simply divide inches by 12, the number of inches in a foot. So for our example: 3 inches divided by 12 equals a 0.25 foot depth.
Online ChatAug 23, 2019· Then, multiply 144 by 0.1666 to get the cubic volume, which is 23.99 cubic feet. Divide thisfigureby 27 to get .89 cubicyards. You may have to round a bit, but yourfigureshould be very close.
Online ChatStep One:CalculateVolume inYards. The first step to estimating gravel, sand, or soil is to estimate the volume of material needed. Start by measuring the length, width, and depth of the area you need to fill in the same unit of measurement.
Online ChatCrushed limestone is a popular material used to make roads, driveways and parking areas. Figuring the amount you need for a paving project at your home is complicated by the fact that limestone is sold by the ton, but the easiest way to measure your needs is to determine how many cubicyards…
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