The perimeter of each tile is four feet.
154 floor tiles. A tile measuring 12 inches on each side is one square foot, hence 154 square feet.
if you have a tile guy do it, he'll charge at least a couple of dollars a square foot. . .add this to the cost of the tile
$3.50 a foot for floor tile seems awfully high. That's $31.50 a sq. yard compared to the $20.00 for carpet.
I charge $5 per foot with a 100 ft min.
A tile measuring 2 foot by two foot (which, incidentally, is an unusually large tile) has an area of 4 square feet, so it would take 100 such tiles to cover a 400 square foot floor.
If the tile is in inches, you would convert to feet. A one foot by two foot tile covers 2 square feet.
You would need 56 tiles to do the floor
So each tile is 12" by 12" square, right? So each tile is ONE square foot? (a perfect square that's a foot long and a foot wide). Each tile is one square foot and you need to know how many add up to 400 square feet. I think the answer is the square root of Pi.
Up to 1.50 a square foot if you provide the Tiles and material, 1.50 is national average on the tile installation.
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the price for vinyl tile labor is .60 a square foot not including floor prep