A cubic yard of gravel will cover 81 square feet at 4" of thickness. Multiply the width of the patio by the length of the patio to get your square footage. Gravel is usually sold by the cubic yard.
Measure the length and width of the patio area in metres. Times the length by the width to find the square area in metres. For instance: a patio measuring 10 metres by 8 metres: 10 x 8 = 80 square metres.
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1 square km of gravel
It depends on the volume of the bag and how deep you want the gravel to be.
You can measure your patio deck with a tape measure.
A "yard of gravel" is a measure of volume, not a measure of area. There are 27 cubic feet (3x3x3 feet) in a yard of gravel, or one cubic yard.
The number of pavers you will need will be basd on the size of your patio. You should measure the square feet of your patio.
yes dirt and gravel are measured the same.
Use a tape measure and measure in metres. For greater precision, measure in centimetres.
Qsurveyit.com has a very easy system for this. Enter your patio dimensions and it'll tell you all of the material quantities
Hello, First i would like to say that its not only sand, you should have some gravel under the sand, for driveway you should go with 4.5" of gravel backyard patio you can go with 3.5" and sand is about 1.5" doesn't matter if its driveway or patio/walkway. don't forget that you should compact the sand and the paver as well.
If your patio cover came with your patio table I suggest you return it to the shop you purchased it from. If it did not come with your patio table I suggest you measure your table and purchase a suitable sized one from a retailer such as Argos, or a specialised shop such as Covers-Direct.
either use feet or meters. use a tape measure or a meter stick (yard stick)
Measure the tank. You can get fancy and subtract the thickness of the walls (and the gravel on the bottom).
Outdoor patio dining sets should complement the overall look of your home's exterior. Your patio set gives you an opportunity to bolster and reinforce your home's style, including its architectural features, color and siding material. Take the style of the patio itself into account as well. As an example, a casual dining set may work better with a gravel and stone patio than one with a formal herringbone pattern in brick.