Q: How many feet of starter are in a 3 tab bundle?

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6x6 is 36 square feet, so just over 1 bundle. 3 bundles in a square which is 100 square feet. When using the common '3 Tab' shingles, 3 bundles = 1 square. Various manufacturers make higher end shingles that are installed differently and require 4 bundles to equal 1 square.

27 squares is equivalent to 2700 square feet. Measure square area by multiplying length by width of your entire roof. Add all the areas together for total square feet. Take the square feet and divide by 100 to get squares. 3 bundles of shingles to make one square with 5 inches of exposure on the shingles. For every 33 feet of ridge you will need one bundle of three tab shingles. Each bundle of shingles has 27 shingles so that is 81 single tabs at approximately 5 inches each, 405 inches of run or 33.75 linear feet. At current shingle prices near $21 per bundle that will cost you about $1700 just in shingles. #15 roll of felt is 4 squares at about $20 per roll. One box of coil nails will usually cover 18-20 squares. Any other calculations and you are on your own.

You need 3 yards. 84 inches is 7 feet..one yard is 3 feet so order 3 yards for one panel...for 2 panels order 6 yards

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Depending on which manufacturer of starter shingles you prefer, you will get 100 linear feet, give or take a couple of feet for some brands. If using 3-tab shingles as a starter shingle, you will get roughly 78 linear feet per bundle.

26 shingles in a bundle of three tab asphalt shingles

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each bundle does 33.3 sq ft.

Generally there is 1/3 of 1 square per bundle but this varies with style and manufacturer. a square covers 100 square feet of roof so 1 bundle would be roughly 33 square feet.

Three bundles per square

Shingles are rated in pounds / 100 square feet. Typical ratings are 235# or 265#. 1 bundle of shingles covers 1/3 of 100 sq feet. 235# shingle / 3 = 78.33 lbs

It depends on the type of shingle. A traditional "three tab" shingle will cover 21 lin. ft. of ridgecap.

Usually 4 that information should be on the bundle

How many bundles of 3-Tab Shingles are needed to cover 80 square feet?

About 80 lbs.

A bundle of shingles weigh ~ 80lbs, so it depends if you are using 3-tab or architectual shingles. There are usually 22 shingles in a bundle of arch. and 26 in a bundle of 3-tab. Doing the division and arch shingle weighs ~3.63 lbs and a 3-tab weighs ~3.08lbs. The weight will very depending on the brand and style of shingle as well... Hope that helps you...