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Q: How much ground will 1 yard of gravel cover?

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Most coin size or smaller gravel runs about $20-25 a yard (ton). That will usually cover about 100 sq. feet at 3 inches deep.

A cubic yard of gravel will cover 81 square feet at 4" of thickness. Multiply the width of the patio by the length of the patio to get your square footage. Gravel is usually sold by the cubic yard.

1.5 tons

The answer will depend on the depth to which the dirt is spread.

A yard of gravel is the amount of gravel that will fill a container whose inside dimension is 1 yard by 1 yard by 1 yard. It's a cubic yard of gravel. The metric equivalent is .9144 meters by .9144 meters by .9144 meters.

Pit-run gravel is one type of gravel used in constructing road and other infrastructure. One cubic yard of this gravel typically weights about 2 tons.

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It depends on the depth you want the gravel to be and also how much you are charged per cubic yard. However, you will need a minimum of 2,565.5 cubic yards of gravel if you use a 4-inch depth to cover 1,800 square feet. This equates to roughly 28.5 tons of gravel.

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.

i saw $20-25 for coin size type gravel

1 cubic yard = 1.3 tons

A: One cubic foot. That would be 0.037 cubic yard (rounded)

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