Q: How do you find the square footage of a window?

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In order to calculate the square footage you need to find the length and the width of the room in feet. You multiply the length and the width to give you the square footage of the room

You can't, a hole has volume and thefore needs to be measured in cubic footage. Square footage is a measure of area not volume.

To find the square footage you should multiply the length and width of each room, and add up the results to give you the total square feet.

length x width

You measure its length and with and multiply the two. However, this will take no account of the height: the square footage in which you can stand, crawl or slide.

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Length x width = square footage

In order to calculate the square footage you need to find the length and the width of the room in feet. You multiply the length and the width to give you the square footage of the room

You can't, a hole has volume and thefore needs to be measured in cubic footage. Square footage is a measure of area not volume.

Indiana Housing Code state that to be a bedroom it must be 45 square feet with a closet and window and a door.

To find the square footage you should multiply the length and width of each room, and add up the results to give you the total square feet.

length x width

Area in square feet = pi*radius2

You measure its length and with and multiply the two. However, this will take no account of the height: the square footage in which you can stand, crawl or slide.

5' * 4' = 5*4 = 20 sq feet

Find the measurements from one corner along the wall to the next corner and then repeat with the wall next to it. Once you've found the measurements, multiply them together to find the square footage.

Measure the length and height of thesign using a foot measure. Then multiply the lenght by the height and this will give you the square footage of the sign.

You don't. Its cubinc footage, not square footage.