# How much will 10 cubic feet cover?

## How much will 10 cubic feet cover?

Coverage Chart- Bagged Material (2 Cubic Foot Bags)

Depth One 2 Cubic Foot Bag Covers
9” 2.7 sq feet
10” 2.4 sq feet
11” 2.2 sq feet
12” 2 sq feet

## What is cubic feet wood?

A cubic foot is the space occupied by a cube with 1 foot width, length and height. This Cubic Feet Calculation for Wood helps you to find the volume (v) of lumber in CFT based on the length (l), width (w) and thickness (t).

## How do I calculate door frame size?

Ex. Main door size 3–3 x 7–0, Frame size 0′–5″ x 0′–4″. Wood quantity = ( 2 x 3.25 + 2 x 7 ) x 5 x 4 / 144 = 2.85 Cu. Ft….

1. 7′(2 nos.)+ 3′(2 members)=21′(with wastage)
2. Each length of 4″ thickness and 5″.
3. Volumne:21′x4″x5″= 3 Cft of wood.

## How much does a cubic yard of soil cost?

Topsoil costs \$12 to \$55 per cubic yard. Fill dirt ranges from \$7 to \$12 per cubic yard. Sand typically falls between \$15 and \$40 per cubic yard. Prices include delivery.

## How much is a cubic yard of concrete?

Use \$90 per cubic yard as a ballpark figure for concrete prices, but concrete slab cost will vary by region. Also, expect a fee of about \$60 per load for delivery from a concrete truck for concrete cost. There could be other fees for such things as Saturday concrete truck delivery and small loads.

## How many bags of dirt are in a cubic yard?

Find out How Many Bags of Soil, Mulch, or Compost You Need

# Cubic Yards Needed Bag Size
.75 Cubic Feet 1 Cubic Foot
1 Yard 36 bags 27 bags
3 Yards 108 bags 81 bags
10 Yards 360 bags 270 bags

## How many bags of soil is 1.5 cubic yards?

Number of bags for Cubic yard Equivalence
1 Cu. Yd 3 Cu. Yds.
1 Cu. Ft. Bag 27 81
1.5 Cu. Ft. Bag 18 54
2 Cu. Ft. Bag 14 42

## How many bags of soil do I need for 27 cubic feet?

Bags or Bulk There are 54 bags of stone or soil per 1 cubic yard. There are 27 1 cubic foot bags or 18 1.5 cubic foot bags of mulch per yard. Consider a ½ cubic foot bag of stone or soil weighs about 50 lbs and will cover 2 square feet at 3″ deep.

## How many bags of soil do I need for 12 cubic feet?

If you are buying soil that is sold by the quart then first change cubic feet to quarts by multiplying it by 25.75. Then divide it by the number of quarts in the bag. In this example, the reader needs 12 cubic feet or 309 quarts. If he is buying 8 quart bags then he will need 39 bags (309/8 = 38.6).

40 bags