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Q: How many square feet will a square of shingles cover?

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A square of asphalt shingles, installed according to mfg instructions, covers 100 sq. ft.

You will need 3.5 square yards of material to cover 32 square feet.

348 square feet are 38.666667 square yards.

Two squares.

One square yard is nine square feet, so 27 square feet is equivalent to 3 square yards. So 3 yards of concrete will cover 27 square feet.

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A bundle of Shingles will cover roughly 33 square feet. A square of Shingles (3 Bundles) will cover 100 square feet.

1957 sq feet of shingles will cover 1957 sq feet lol? retard much?

around 100

How many bundles of 3-Tab Shingles are needed to cover 80 square feet?

One square of shingles covers an area equivalent to a 10 foot square, or 100 square feet.

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A square of shingles covers 100 square feet. So, you need 1732/100=17.32 square of shingles. If you can only buy whole number squares of shingles, you will need 18 squares of shingles to cover 1732 square feet.

9 bundles assuming std. 3 bundle/sq. shingles

How much area would 15 bundles of shingles cover. Standard duty shingles use 3 bundles for every 100 square feet so 15 bundles would cover 500 square feet.

3 bundles of shingles = 100 square feet 1 bundle of shingles = 33 1/3 square feet

A 'bundle' is an arbitrary amount - Usually we talk about 'squares' in roofing. One 'square' is 100 square feet

Depending on brand and type of shingles, approximately 200-250 pounds per 100 square feet of shingles.