# How many 3×5 tiles make a square foot?

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## How many 3×5 tiles make a square foot?

The tiles are 4 inches on a side and there are 12 inches in a foot, so it takes 3 tiles to give a foot length and hence 3 × 3 = 9 tiles to make a square foot.

## How do you calculate tub tile surround?

- Measure the base of the wall (at the top of the tub) with the tape measure. Record this number in inches with your pencil and paper.
- Measure the height of the wall at the tallest corner.
- Multiply the length by the width of the wall.
- Measure the size of the tiles you want to use.
- Measure each wall of the tub surround.

## How do you calculate wall tiles?

Measuring your walls

- Measure the length of the wall area you want to tile.
- Measure the height of the wall area you want to tile.
- Calculate the area of the wall (Length x height)
- Now measure the window that’s on the wall.
- Now you need to subtract the area of the window from the wall.

## How do you figure out square footage for bathroom tile?

Measure every side in inches and mark the drawing or photo. If needed, break the spaces into sections, labeling each with a capital letter from A-Z to keep them from getting confused. Multiply the height and width of each section. Add together all the sections and divide that number by 144 for the square footage.

## How much tile is needed for a bathtub surround?

There are eight 3-inch by 6-inch subway tiles in 1 square foot. This means that a tub surround measuring 72 inches high, with two walls measuring 30 inches and one measuring 60 inches, requires 66 square feet or 528 subway tiles if you’re using standard-size tiles.

## How many sqft is a tub surround?

1,920 square feet

How many square feet is a standard tub surround? Your average bath surround will measure in around 1,920 square feet.

## How do you calculate the square footage of a wall for tile?

Measure the length in feet, Measure the width in feet. Multiply the length figure by the width figure. This will be your total square footage for that portion of your project. Continue to repeat this for all parts of the space that will get the same tile.

## How much adhesive do I need for wall tiling?

As a general rule, you’ll need to allow 2 – 4 kg per square metre for the adhesive and grout, on top of the weight of tiles. This weight can vary; small ceramic tiles are usually quite light, but larger porcelain tiles can weigh over 20kg per square metre.