Q: How many 12 inch x 12 inch pavers are needed to cover 8ft x 8ft patio area?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Continue Learning about Math & Arithmetic

144 Get 160 to be safe.

72 Get 80 to be safe.

78.47 Pavers

120

you would need 10 pavers to cover this area if the pavers are 1x1 ..most pavers are not this large they are usually 2x4. I would recommend buying a couple of extra pavers so that you can have cuts instead of all the pavers being the same size.

Related questions

144 Get 160 to be safe.

72 Get 80 to be safe.

Depend on the size of the pavers.

72 Get 80 to be safe.

78.47 Pavers

Area of 1 paver 1 sq ft, area of patio 144 sq ft so 144 pavers.

120

you would need 10 pavers to cover this area if the pavers are 1x1 ..most pavers are not this large they are usually 2x4. I would recommend buying a couple of extra pavers so that you can have cuts instead of all the pavers being the same size.

Patio is 96 inches each side. If you do not intend to get into jigsaw puzzles you will need 5 pavers per side, a total of 25. These will cover an area 100 x 100 inches

The patio is 10x 12 = 120 sq ft or 17,280 sq in The pavers are 16x16 = 256 sq in So you need 17280/256 = 68 pavers

Area of each paver = 4"x9" = (1/3)'x(3/4)' = 1/4 sq ft. Number of pavers required = Total Area/Area of Each Paver = 500/ (1/4) = 2000 pavers. In real life, though, the number of pavers will depend on the shape and exact dimensions of the area, how many pavers you need to cut or trim, what the wastage is.

Area of 1 paver = 16*16 = 256 square units. Area of patio = 20*20 = 400 square units. Number of pavers required = Area of patio/Area of paver = 400/256 = 1.5625 So 2 pavers will suffice.