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When talking about the area of a roof, remember that it is not the same as the square footage of the structure. For example a 20 x 30' building with a 12" overhang and a 4/12 pitch will have 736 sq ft of roof vs only 600 sq ft of slab.

One square of shingles covers 100 square feet. 15 year shingles come 3 bundles to a square. 25 year come 4 bundles to a square.

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When talking about the area of a roof, remember that it is not the same as the square footage of the structure. For example a 20 x 30' building with a 12" overhang and a 4/12 pitch will have 736 sq ft of roof vs only 600 sq ft of slab.

One square of shingles covers 100 square feet. 15 year shingles come 3 bundles to a square. 25 year come 4 bundles to a square.

you will need 3 bundles for every 100 square, therefore 17 X 3 = 54 and then 2 more to cover the 40 making 56, though expect to use a little extra.

Shingles are sold by the bundle which will cover 100 square feet, thus you would need 20 bundles

19 squares will cover 1900 square feet.

40 bundles

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20 squares , 3 bundles make a Square = 60 bundles

Q: How many bundles of roof shingles to cover 2000 square feet?

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20 squares or 60 bundles

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Here's the formula: 27 cubic feet = 1 cubic yard. 1 cubic yard will cover 324 square feet at a depth of 1 inch. 2000 square feet divided by 324 square feet = 6.2 yards (rounded). Another approach: 7 cubic yard X 324 square feet = 2268 square feet of coverage at a depth of 1 inch.

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