The site below that explains the pitch - how to measure it with a calculator to use with pitch and calculate the total footage of your roof
Unless you have a flat roof, no; the surface area of the roof will be larger than the ground area of the building.
The square footage of your house is not the same as the square footage of your roof if there is any pitch. If you are asking aboutasphalt shingles, generally each bundle covers 33.3 square feet. Therefore find the square footage of your roof, divide it by 33.3 to find the number of bundles, then multiply the original square footage by 5-10% to get the number of additional bundles for cutoffs and starter strip. The variation in percentage accounts for the number and length of valleys of the roof. Example:[@5%]roof =1500 ft2 --> (1500/33.3=45.05) (1500x.05=75 -->75/33.3=2.25)45.05 + 2.25= (48) bundles
length x width of each roof segment.
Length x width = square footage
Use the square footage of your house, and the size of your roof should be about the same. Be carefull not to include the yard in the footage or anything that is not covered by the roof, then divide the number by the number of stories your house is.
from the peak down to the beginning of the gutter --and then from side to side and then multiply this number x 2 since there are two sides on the roof-- then devide the total you get by 100 and you will find out how many square.
You can find an estimate by calculating the square footage of the roof and find the materials needed. Another way is to call in a trained estimator who will do all of the work for you and provide you with the estimated cost.
In order to calculate the square footage you need to find the length and the width of the room in feet. You multiply the length and the width to give you the square footage of the room
You can't, a hole has volume and thefore needs to be measured in cubic footage. Square footage is a measure of area not volume.
375 sq ft
1000 sq ft.
3.14 x the radius (from the center of the room to the edge) = the square footage
That really depends on several different variables including the square footage of the roof itself and the size / type of the tiles being used. Most of the time when buying roofing tiles / shingles it will state on the packaging how many square's it will cover. It should also state the "square footage" covered as well. So once you have your square footage you can then figure out how many tiles / shingles it will take to cover your roof. Don't forget to add 10 to 15% for waste in your calculations.
Are you talking about cubic footage? If so, it is 7.35
measure the square footage first. one square of shingles (3 bundles) covers 100 sqft. divide the square footage by 100 and that's how many squares of shingles you need (be sure to buy enough extra to cap the roof with and compensate for waste at the ends. (starter and ender shingles)
3 bundels of shingle is a square and 1 square is 100 square ft. Measure the roof to find how may square feet there are and go from there. You will need a few bundles more than the actual square footage for the starter row and the cap at the peak.
To find the square footage you should multiply the length and width of each room, and add up the results to give you the total square feet.
You cannot calculate the square footage of a house roof like this (unless you have a flat roof). The simplest way would be to go up on your roof and measure its different surfaces, however if you dont want to do that, you would need to know several differen things to calculate the surface area -- such as the pitch and angel -- how much hangover you have. Basically you should save yourself time and go up on your roof and measure it
You don't. Its cubinc footage, not square footage.
length x width
length x width
Area in square feet = pi*radius2