Q: How many bundles of shingles to cover 1800 square feet?

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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.

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. Add 3 squares ridge/starters to that. (3 tab)

Tough question because an 1800 sq' home has more than 1800 sq' of roof coverage, unless it has a flat roof. In which case, shingles would not be the material of choice. You need to measure the foor deck itself; either by measuring the gutter and rake (gable) edges to find square footage or, figure the pitch of your roof and calculate from there. You also have to factor in any other roof linrs such as hip roofs, shed or gable dormers, etc.. But if your roof was, in fact 1800 sq' you could figure the bundles by knowing that 3 bundles typically cover 100 sq' sooo...100/1800=18; 18x3=54

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3 bundles per square (a square is 100 Sq. ft.) 18 sq. in 1800 sq. ft. so 3x18=54. Add a few bundles for the starter course and the ridge cap. No way to figure these here without knowing the size and shape of the roof. Felt 15 lb. covers 400 sq.ft. per roll and 30 lb. covers 200 sq. ft. One is twice as thick and usually this is personal preference or a cost issue. Either will do the job in most cases.

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1800 square feet is equal to 1672254.72 square centimeters.

Assuming the tiles are 6" x 20", the area of 1 tile = 1/2 x (1 and 2/3) = 1/2 x 5/3 square feet which is 5/6 square feet. To cover 1800 sq ft, the number of tiles required is 1800 / (5/6) = 1800 x 6/5 = 360 x 6 = 2160

Because 1 foot equals about 0.3048 meter then 1800 square feet equals (0.3048 meter) (1800) = 548.64 meters

A "square" of shingles is 10 ft x 10 ft totaling 100 sq ft. So, the amount you will need would be 60ft x 30ft = 1800 sq ft/100 sq ft = 18 sq Good luck.

there is 200 squared yards in 1800 squared feet 9/1800=200 squared yards

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