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I need to know how thick the layer of gravel is meant to be.

Q: How many square feet does a ton of gravel cover?

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5ton

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That depends on how deep you want to spread it. To cover 600 square feet, you need (111/9) cubic yards for every 6 inches of depth.

A "yard of gravel" is a measure of volume, not a measure of area. There are 27 cubic feet (3x3x3 feet) in a yard of gravel, or one cubic yard.

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744 Square Feet

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It would take roughly 66 bags to cover a 200 square ft area 2 inches thick

That depends on how deep you want to spread it. To cover 600 square feet, you need (111/9) cubic yards for every 6 inches of depth.

Based on sand and gravel calculator found on L.R. Faulk Construction Co. site, 1 ton of gravel (clean rock) will equal approximately 7.3 sq. ft x 6 inches deep, or 5.2 sq. ft x 3 inches deep. A ton of gravel will cover approximately 15 square yards (135 square feet) at 3 inches deep.

A "yard of gravel" is a measure of volume, not a measure of area. There are 27 cubic feet (3x3x3 feet) in a yard of gravel, or one cubic yard.

How many square feet will a ton of salt cover?

It would obviously depend on how thickly you wanted to cover the surface, and how 'tall' a single unit of pea gravel was. You would need 736 bags per foot depth.

Tiles that are two feet on a side cover 4 square feet. 378 of them cover 1512 square feet.

A bundle of Shingles will cover roughly 33 square feet. A square of Shingles (3 Bundles) will cover 100 square feet.