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Each tile is 1 square foot.

Q: How many 12 by 12 tiles are needed for a 225 square footage room?

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178 Tiles If the square footage is the actual room size you add 10% for wastee

49 tiles

5,184 2-square-inch tiles are needed.

10 000

266.666666666 so rounding up 267 tiles.

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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.

178 Tiles If the square footage is the actual room size you add 10% for wastee

22.2 tiles so buy 23 tiles.

49 tiles

5,184 2-square-inch tiles are needed.

236 18-inch tiles.

10 000

The number of 13 inch tiles needed will depend on the actual dimensions of the floor rather than the square footage. If the room is square, 169 tiles, with 1/16 inch or larger grouted seams, will completely cover it. If the floor is rectangular, additional tiles will be needed, the exact number depending on how many tiles must be cut. As a general rule, approximately 10 percent extra is usually sufficient to cover waste from cutting and accidental breakage.

240 square tiles are needed

266.666666666 so rounding up 267 tiles.

If the tiles are 12 inches square... 8352 tiles ! However if they're 12 feet square... 58 tiles

6' x 9' (54 square feet) = 6 square yards of tiles needed.