Q: How many 24 by 24 inch patio stones would you need to layout a 400 foot patio?

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You need 100 12 by 12 inch stones to cover a 10 x 10 foot patio. Since the area of the patio is 10' by 10' = 100 square feet, and each stone is 1 foot * 1 foot = 1 square foot, 100 square feet divided by 1 square foot = 100.

12inch x 12inch is 1ft x 1 ft=1 square foot You need 100 patio stones

This needs more information to supply a "best" answer. however.. assuming you mean 144 sq feet of patio and your stones are 16 inches x 20 inches. then accuratly you will need 66 stones. add at least 10% for cutting waste then i'd go buy 80 maybe 85.

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You need 100 12 by 12 inch stones to cover a 10 x 10 foot patio. Since the area of the patio is 10' by 10' = 100 square feet, and each stone is 1 foot * 1 foot = 1 square foot, 100 square feet divided by 1 square foot = 100.

12inch x 12inch is 1ft x 1 ft=1 square foot You need 100 patio stones

This needs more information to supply a "best" answer. however.. assuming you mean 144 sq feet of patio and your stones are 16 inches x 20 inches. then accuratly you will need 66 stones. add at least 10% for cutting waste then i'd go buy 80 maybe 85.

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