You are adding an addition to your home you are adding a 12x16 living room and a 12x12 beedroom and a half bath what will this cost and how much will this raise your value?
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This answer depends significantly on the location of your home and the level of finish of these rooms. I would budget, very generally, $110-$175 / SF for this project. Since it includes a bathroom, the cost may be on the higher end.
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Since a 12x12 tile is one square foot, then 38 12x12 tiles will cover 38 square feet.
12x12 paper is 12 inches on each side; the area of a sheet of 12x12 paper is 144 square inches or one square foot.
If 12x12 is 144... There would be 144 tiles in a box right?
12x12 8ft shed
80 if the tiles are 12x12 - 12x12 is one square foot covering 80 you would need 80 tiles
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The tile is bigger than the area that you want to cover (12x12 > 10x11) so one tile will do. <><><><><> However, if you meant 12x12 INCH tiles, and a 10x11 FOOT room, you would need 110 tiles.
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12x12 - 6x6 = 144 - 36 = 108 So each part must be 108/4 = 27 uniys in size. The exact shapes depend on which part of the 12x12 is missing.
A 12x12 tile is 1 sq foot, so you will need 198 tiles.
Area = L x W : 14X16 = 224 SF. Typically you would add 7-10% for breakage & cuts, sometimes adding more depending on the material being used and the pattern being installed. A pattern requiring many cuts (i.e. diagonal, staggered, hopscotch) you may want to add 10-12%, more if natural stone. Also, use Square Footage to purchase materials, not the amount of tiles. Why? A 12X12 is not necessarily a 12X12; some are bigger… Read More
12X12=1 Square Foot of tile. You would need 49 Square Feet of tile.
Gee, a square foot is 12x12, difficult problem.
13.2077 cm (12x12) + (12x12)= 288 square root of 288 = 13.2077...
If you mean 12x12 "inches", then each tile covers 1 square foot. We trust you can take it from there.
The answer depends on the measurement units used for "12x12": feet, metres, yards or some exotic measure? Without that information the question cannot be answered.
A 12x12 inch paver is one square foot. So you would need 240 square feet.
A gross in mathematics: 144 (12x12)
You need 0.52, so about a half. because a single 12x12 tile has an area of 144.
Since each 12x12-inch tile is one square foot, you will need 750 of them.
A 12x12 inch tile covers a square foot. You would need 198 plus spoilage and grout lines.
It depends on whether the 12x12 tiles are measured in inches, centimetres or ssome other measure. The criticalinformation is not provided in the question so it cannot be answered.
It is a size of 12x12
A gross equals 12x12 or 144
144 square feet
144 of them.
It depends what they are doing.
144 square feet
The diagonal is ~16.97 units.
A 3x12 room is 36 square feet. This means that to fill the floor in the 3x12 room, it will take 36 tiles that are each 1 square foot (12x12) in size.
13.38 square meters.
it will cover a 12x12 room
About 1.5 gallons.
144 square feet
It is 144 square feet.
Technically, 2.6388888888888 etc. but 3. I'm assuming the brick is 12x12 feet here as that is the only unit you have mentioned...
12 X 12 = 144, which is the same as 122 (12 squared).
144, or One-hundred and forty four, or 1.44x10^2
the square root of 144 is 12. 12x12=144
you need 144 Centremetres for a pillow
How much does it cost to remodel a bathroom 12x12.
151 inches. 12x12 + 7.
221 of them. Get extra for breakage.
Perimeter = 12+12+12+12 = 48
12 x 12 = 144 square feet.