A bundle of shingles will cost around 30 dollars a pack. This depends on the quality of shingles that you are buying.
A bundle of regular 3-tab shingles will cover 33 1/3 square feet. A bundle of some dimensional shingles will only cover 25 square feet.
If you are ordering a 20 or 25 year shingle (and some 30 year shingles) then the answer is .33 sq or 33 sq ft of roofing per bundle. If you are getting a better quality of roofing material, then you should get 4 bundles per square or .25 sq per bundle or 25 sq ft of shingles per bundle.
9 bundles assuming std. 3 bundle/sq. shingles
Depending on the shingles your using it can vary drastically but in roofing or I'm sure other terms a square is 100 square feet
23$ plus/ bundle
Kinetic and potential
33 1/3 sqft -------- Depends on the brand of shingles. About one bundle per sheet (4'x8') of plywood. some 50 yr shingles use 1 1/4 bundles per sheet.
26 shingles in a bundle of three tab asphalt shingles
they are 25$ a bundle of shingles
It takes four nails per shingle. There are 63 shingles per standard bundle. That means 252 nails per bundle. In high wind areas, more will be needed. Some use five nails on the starter row.
33 square feet per bundle. 13 bundles
It depends on the type of shingle.Standard 20 year 3 tabs weigh just over 70 lb per bundle.
Sand is used on roofing shingles to keep the individual shingles from sticking to each other during storage.
1 square of roofing shingles is 3 bundles of shingles equaling 63 shingles per square.
There are 21 shingles to a bundle and 3 bundles covers a 10 by 10 ft area. a basic rule is a bundle covers a sheet of plywood, then add some for valleys.
The average bundle of shingles weighs 70 pounds.
25. Four bundles to a square. A square is 100sq feet, If your using some of the heavier roofing, most shingles are 3 bundles per. square.
Shingles are flat pieces used to tover roofs with. A bundle is just a stack of them.
About 32 square feet. An easy way to remember this is 1 bundle is needed for every 4' x 8' sheet of plywood on your roof. (roughly)
A 'bundle' is an arbitrary amount - Usually we talk about 'squares' in roofing. One 'square' is 100 square feet
Not sure what you are asking, but I do know you should make sure the ones you get have the algecide to keep the shingles from staining and discoloring. It is well worth the extra dollar or two per bundle.
Each bundle of rooring shingles covers about 33 sq ft. 480 / 33 = 14.54545 bundles. so you need to buy 15 bundles of shingles.
One package of roofing shingles covers 33 square feet.
or fiberglass ? Depends where you live, determines what shingles to use.