Q: How many square feet in a bundle?

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Not really sure how many square, but a bundle of ridge cap normally covers 25 lineal feet. since cap dosent really cover any area ive never figured how many square it covers. hope this helps---------------------------------------------A square is 100 square feet of covered area, but knowing how many squares there is in a bundle of ridge caps is not of much value. It is important to know how many feet of ridge can be covered with a bundle.

Either 25 sq ft if is is a 4 bundle per square shingle or 33.3 sq ft if it is 3 bundle per square shingle. A square is equal to 100 sq ft.

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

26 shingles in a bundle of three tab asphalt shingles

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.

3 square feet

A 'bundle' is an arbitrary amount - Usually we talk about 'squares' in roofing. One 'square' is 100 square feet

3 bundles covers 100 square feet. You have 18,4 100 square feet. 18.4 x 3 = 55.2 so you will need 56 bundles.

Roughly 33 square feet. Three bundles make a square ( 100 sq. ft. )

That would depend on the amount of square footage covered per bundle, a figure that can vary. Tell the supplier that you need enough shingles to cover 168 square feet, or check the information on the back of the bundle which will describe the bundle's coverage.

9 bundles assuming std. 3 bundle/sq. shingles