Q: How many square feet does a ton of gravel cover?

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744 Square Feet

5ton

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That depends on how deep you want to spread it. To cover 600 square feet, you need (111/9) cubic yards for every 6 inches of depth.

A "yard of gravel" is a measure of volume, not a measure of area. There are 27 cubic feet (3x3x3 feet) in a yard of gravel, or one cubic yard.

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744 Square Feet

5ton

13 1/4

The coverage area of 5 cubic feet of pea gravel will depend on the thickness at which it is spread. To determine this, you will need to know the desired depth of the pea gravel. You can calculate the square footage coverage by dividing the volume of the gravel (5 cubic feet) by the desired depth in feet.

It would take roughly 66 bags to cover a 200 square ft area 2 inches thick

That depends on how deep you want to spread it. To cover 600 square feet, you need (111/9) cubic yards for every 6 inches of depth.

Based on sand and gravel calculator found on L.R. Faulk Construction Co. site, 1 ton of gravel (clean rock) will equal approximately 7.3 sq. ft x 6 inches deep, or 5.2 sq. ft x 3 inches deep. A ton of gravel will cover approximately 15 square yards (135 square feet) at 3 inches deep.

A "yard of gravel" is a measure of volume, not a measure of area. There are 27 cubic feet (3x3x3 feet) in a yard of gravel, or one cubic yard.

How many square feet will a ton of salt cover?

It would obviously depend on how thickly you wanted to cover the surface, and how 'tall' a single unit of pea gravel was. You would need 736 bags per foot depth.

Tiles that are two feet on a side cover 4 square feet. 378 of them cover 1512 square feet.

A bundle of Shingles will cover roughly 33 square feet. A square of Shingles (3 Bundles) will cover 100 square feet.