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# What is the square footage of a 9×13 room?

## What is the square footage of a 9×13 room?

Square footage is calculated by multiplying width by length. So if a room is 9 foot wide by 13 foot long, 9 x 13 = 117 square feet.

## How to calculate how many inches of tile you need?

Measure smaller areas individually. Then, add all your areas together. Plug the total lengths and widths into the calculator above. Use the result to order your tiles, keeping in mind that ordering an extra 10% to 20% is a good idea to allow for cuts and waste.

## How big of a gap do you need for floor tiles?

Floor or wall tiles are typically installed with gaps between the tiles because the tiles look quite similar but they are not in regular shape and size and cannot be filled properly if installed without any gap. These gaps are commonly filled with grout. Typically the size of the gap is half of an inch. What is grout?

## How much space does one square foot of ceramic tile take?

A one square foot ceramic takes up the exact same space as a one square foot granite. However, this comes with one caveat: the cut can affect spacing. The more uniform the sizes, the smaller you can make the gaps between each tile. Rough cuts: ¼-inch or more gaps. Requires larger grout lines to keep them straight.

## How big of a border do you need for 6 foot tiles?

For 6”x12” tiles with a border of 30 feet = 30 tiles. Countertops and backsplashes require a wide variety of trim pieces. Have a professional designer or contractor pick these out or seek help at your local home improvement store. Get designs from the same batch.

## How many tiles do you need per square meter?

This square metre tile calculator will provide an estimate of how many tiles you will need per m 2 based on the size of your tile dimensions.

## 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%.

Floor or wall tiles are typically installed with gaps between the tiles because the tiles look quite similar but they are not in regular shape and size and cannot be filled properly if installed without any gap. These gaps are commonly filled with grout. Typically the size of the gap is half of an inch. What is grout?