Q: How many boxes of laminate to cover 16 x 14 floor?

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You have 72 sq feet of flooring. But ever laminate manufacture puts a different amount in the box. Usually it is printed really clearly on the front. So, for your floor if you have 72 sq feet and there is say, 20 sq ft in a box, you will take 20 and divide into 72. Round to the nearest box and make sure you have some for waste.

187 sq feet

If you buy 18 boxes you will have enough, plus a few extra. 18 boxes will cover just over 434 square feet.

You have a total of 108 sqft of flooring to cover. According to the 18.73sqft per box instructions, you would need 5.7661 boxes to fulfill the area. You will have to purchase 6 boxes. This will also let you have a few extra pieces to work the flooring together. Also keep the STYLE AND LOT# of the flooring for future reference.

5.3 obviosly

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It depends on the size of the boxes. If the boxes are one square foot, then you need 1400 of them. This obviously differs with box size.

if a room is 12x 8 how many boxes of wood laminate are needed?

Depending on what you buy, if you we're buying laminate at $.76 per sq ft, you would need 28 boxes.

Number of boxes would be 156/13.09 rounded up to the next higher number assuming that you cannot get partial boxes, turns out to be 12.

You have 72 sq feet of flooring. But ever laminate manufacture puts a different amount in the box. Usually it is printed really clearly on the front. So, for your floor if you have 72 sq feet and there is say, 20 sq ft in a box, you will take 20 and divide into 72. Round to the nearest box and make sure you have some for waste.

It depends on how many square feet of laminate are in each package. Your floor is 15 x 12 = 180 square feet. The box of laminate will list on the label how many square feet are in each box. Divide your square feet (180) by the square feet in the box (?), and you will have your answer. Be sure to add about 7-10% for waste, and keep an extra box in storage to use if you ever damage part of the floor later.

187 sq feet

Some of the cheaper retailers are Home Depot, Best Floor, The Floor Trader of Richmond, Floor Source and Shaw Floors. There are many places to buy inexpensive laminate flooring!

275/21.44 = 12.83, so you need 13 boxes.

Depends what size each piece is !

I would. Laminate flooring has many of the same patterns. If you don't stagger, it can give your floor a uniform look which many will agree doesn't look as good.

That depends entirely - on the measurement of the laminate tiles, and the number of tiles per pack !