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Q: How many 15 X 15 inch pavers to fill a 12X15.6 foot patio?

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Each paver is 12" x 12" or 1 square foot. So, 200 ft2 * (1 paver/ 1 ft2) = 200 pavers

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

12" x 12" = 1 square foot, so you need 452 of them.

200(square feet)x12(inches in a foot)=2400(inches)8(inches)x8(inches)=64(inches)2400(inches)Ã·64(inches)=37.5(pavers)37.5 pavers (if you need whole pavers, 37)

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35 of them. Get 40 for breakage.

6 x 6 : Since 2 pavers are needed for each foot, 12 x 12 patio will require 24 x 24 pavers. 6 x 9 : 2 pavers for each foot along one 12 foot side = 24 The other side will require fewer, 4 for every 3 feet or 16 overall Thus total required will be 24 x 16 pavers. You do the math.

Two pavers of 16 ft x 16 ft will be sufficient.

12 x 8 = 96 !

158 of them. Get extra for breakage.

Assuming a 10 foot by 14 foot patio. Since the pavers are 2 feet by 2 feet you will need 5 to cover the 10 foot width and 7 to cover the 14 foot length the overall answer is 5 x 7 = 35

Each paver is 12" x 12" or 1 square foot. So, 200 ft2 * (1 paver/ 1 ft2) = 200 pavers

In a perfect world, 225 will do it. In real life, better buy about 300

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