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# How do you calculate square footage for vinyl flooring?

## How do you calculate square footage for vinyl flooring?

Vinyl floor tile calculator

1. Floor Area: [Length of Floor] × [Width of Floor] = Floor Area.
2. Tiles to Order: For 9″ Tiles: Floor Area ÷ 0.5625 = Number of 9″ Tiles Needed. For 12″ Tiles: Floor Area = Number of 12″ Tiles Needed.
3. Floor Area: [Length of Floor (ft.)]
4. Sheet Vinyl to Order: [Floor Area] ÷ 9 = Number of Sq.

How much linoleum do I need?

You’ll need at least 352 square feet of sheet vinyl. Because you’ll likely find it in 12-foot-wide rolls, you’ll purchase a roll of 12 feet by 32 feet. That’s 10 feet long for one room plus 20 feet long for the other room with 2 feet extra for waste. Total you’ll actually purchase: 384 square feet.

### How do I figure out square footage for flooring?

To find square feet, multiply the length measurement in feet by the width measurement in feet. This yields a product called the area, which is expressed in square feet (or square inches if you are calculating a much smaller space, such as a dollhouse).

How much does it cost to install linoleum in a room?

The easiest way to figure out how much flooring will cost is to measure the size of the room where you plan to install the linoleum. Length times width will give you the square footage, so a room that’s 7’ x 12” would need 84 square feet of linoleum. If the flooring you like is \$5.00 per square foot, it will cost you around \$420.

## How big does a roll of linoleum need to be?

Linoleum is sold in rolls that can be cut to fit coverage needed or modular tiles. Standard linoleum rolls come in 6 to 7 foot widths and usually require a minimum of 10 feet in length or a maximum of up to 105+ feet in total length.

How big is 50 cm of linoleum tile?

Linoleum Tile Sizes 50 x 50 cm (19.685″ inch x 19.685″ inch ) 50 x 25 cm (19.685″ in. 100 x 25 cm (39.37″ x 9.48″ in.)

### What kind of linoleum can I use in my house?

For ages, the only form of linoleum you would find in homes was sheet linoleum. It was not necessarily easy to install, but common and available in millions of colors and design combinations. Well, today you can still buy linoleum by the sheet, but it’s also available in tile and plank form as well.