Q: How much stone do I need to cover 1440 sq ft 4 deep?

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2.37 cubic yards of stone for every 3 inches deep it needs to be

It would cover 5 sq. ft. one foot deep, or 60 sq. ft. one inch deep.

162 sq.ft. Basically each sq foot of coverage will require a 2 inch "slice" off a cubic foot of stone. There are 27 cu.ft of stone in a cu. yd. and 6 "slices" per cu ft. so 6x27=162

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It would depend on the size of the aggregate

2.37 cubic yards of stone for every 3 inches deep it needs to be

1440 cubic feet of water

Usually a cubic yard will cover 15 square yards at 3 inches deep so I would reckon on 22 cubic yards. Hold on that I've got that wrong it's 2 cubic yards .Sorry.

How deep do you want that ?If you want it 1.6 inches deep, then it can cover 1 square foot.If you want it 10-ft deep, then it can't cover that much area.

It would cover 5 sq. ft. one foot deep, or 60 sq. ft. one inch deep.

At 4" deep, 89 sq. ft.

54sqare feet

A square foot will cover a square foot, regardless of the depth of the material the cover is made of.

162 sq.ft. Basically each sq foot of coverage will require a 2 inch "slice" off a cubic foot of stone. There are 27 cu.ft of stone in a cu. yd. and 6 "slices" per cu ft. so 6x27=162

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