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Answered 2014-06-10 08:38:23

NO, Homeowners insurance does not cover automobiles.


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It should but you need to specify which insurance you have.

No, Homeowners insurance does not cover damages to your automobile. Your home insurance policy is property insurance for the specified structures and real property listed on the policy. Cars are not listed as covered property on your home insurance policy, that's what auto insurance is for.

You would need a total of 89 tiles (88.88 tiles exactly) with those measurements to cover that area.

The amount of tiles needed to cover a floor will depend on the size of the floor.

30 tiles! But you'll need more than 30 tiles to cover wastage, breakage, etc.

You will need at least 17 30-inch tiles to cover 104 square feet. Each tile covers 6.25 square feet so you divide 104 by 6.25 which gives you 16.64 tiles. Add more tiles to allow for extras in case of damage to tiles during installation.

Depends on how big the tiles are.

can you completely cover a 3ftx6ft area with 2ftx2ft tiles

Tiles that are two feet on a side cover 4 square feet. 378 of them cover 1512 square feet.

It depends on the size of the tiles and also, to some extent, on the shape of the area that you need to cover.

It depends on how big the tiles are.

12 x 12 tiles cover 144 ft2, so the number of tiles needed is 1800/144, which equals 12.5.

You would need a total of 92 tiles. It would take just over 91 tiles to cover the area given.

Each tile covers 81 square inches. You have 1,296 square inches to cover. It will take 16 tiles to cover that area.

616 3x6 inch tiles are needed to cover exactly 77 square feet.

Two tiles will suffice since they will cover 36 square feet.

If the tiles are 1 x 1 FOOT, then they cover 118 square feet.If the tiles are 1 x 1 INCH, then they cover (118/144) = 0.8194 square foot (rounded)If the tiles are 1 x 1 METER, then they cover (118 x 3.280842) = 1,270.1 square feet (rounded)

Five tiles will cover 160 square feet so they will cover 100% of 156 square feet with a little excess. A precise coverage will require 4.875 tiles.

The answer will depend on the size of the ceiling tiles!

If the tiles are 1 foot squares, it will take 1,650 of them to cover 1,650 square feet. If the tiles are 16 inch square (1-1/3 square feet, each), then it would take 1,238 tiles.

If the tiles are 12 inches square... 8352 tiles ! However if they're 12 feet square... 58 tiles

Assuming you mean 16x16 inches tiles... 441 tiles would cover the area exactly

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