# How many square feet does a 6 x 36 tile cover?

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## How many square feet does a 6 x 36 tile cover?

Tile Calculator by Tile Size

Size (inches) | Square Feet |
---|---|

6×6 | 0.25 |

6×8 | 0.33 |

6×36 | 1.5 |

6×48 | 2 |

## How big of an area do you need for tile?

If you choose six-by-six-inch tiles, each tile would cover 0.25 square feet (36 / 144). If the area of your wall or floor is 50 square feet, you would need 200 tiles at minimum to cover the area…

## How to calculate square feet for shower tile?

Floor Tile Calculator: Multiply the length times the width, then divide by the area of the tile. Since most come in inch measurements, you’ll need to divide square inches by 144 to find square feet. Shower Tile Calculator: Calculate each wall, ceiling and floor individually, then add together.

## How to calculate the number of tiles in a box?

Measure the length and width of the tiling area – round up to the nearest foot. Know the size of the tiles you’re using for the project. NOTE: The calculator automatically adds a 10% waste allowance for cutting and breakage. Not Sure How Many Tiles You Need? How many tiles are in a box? How much extra tile should you buy?

## How much adhesive do you need for a tile floor?

Approximate Coverages PRODUCT COVERAGE Adhesive Floors: +/- 3m² per 20kg bag Walls: +/- Mosaic Floors: +/- 1m² per 5kg bag Walls: +/- 2 Basecoat A 5kg bag will cover +/- 6m² (This must Flex (Ready Mix) Floors: +/- 0.5m² per 1 kg bucket Walls:

If you choose six-by-six-inch tiles, each tile would cover 0.25 square feet (36 / 144). If the area of your wall or floor is 50 square feet, you would need 200 tiles at minimum to cover the area…

## How to calculate the square footage of tile?

Calculated the tiles required by simply entering in the size of the tile (the size of one side of the tile in inches) and the total square footage of the area to be tiled below. Check out the Metric Tile Calculator.

## Do you need to use a tile calculator?

If you are unsure how many tiles you will require to cover a given area and what tile size you will need, use our free online tile calculator to find out. Some tiles may get damaged or need cutting; as such, it’s a good idea to add an extra 10%.

## How to calculate the number of ceramic tiles in a room?

Convert from square inches to square feet. 103 sq. in. / 144 = 0.72 square feet. Divide the area of the room by the area of the tile: 168 square feet / 0.72 = 234 (rounded up). Add 10% for waste, or up to 30% for larger sizes or intricate designs: 234 x 1.10 = 257.4. Round up: 258 total. Number of cases you need: 258 / 12 = 21.5.