1 tile = 1.77 of a square foot, 240 Sq.Ft. divided by 1.77 = 135.5 tiles ok
just do 249 divided by 18
I'm going to assume that the tiles are square inches, rather than square feet. But they can be converted to 3 square feet, which means 70 of them would cover the space if it were perfectly rectangular. Get 80 to be safe.
Lets do length and width in terms of tiles. The length is 6m/0.2m/tile 30 tiles and the width is 5m/0.2m/tile 25 tiles. Then the area is l X w 30 tiles X 25 tiles 750 square tiles. Since each tile is square, 750 tiles.
One whole piece, and 32.5 percent of another one.
49 tiles will cover the are, with 1 inch strips spare
the price for vinyl tile labor is .60 a square foot not including floor prep
You start by weep the vinyl tiles with a broom. Then Wash the vinyl tiles with disodium phosphate, using a nylon pad. What you need to do next uis rinse vertical-running tiles with wet rags. Rinse floor tiles with a mop. Let the vinyl tiles dry for two hours.
Depends ENTIRELY on the size of the vinyl squares !
18 inches = 1.5 ft, so each tile is 2.25 sq ft, number required = 249/2.25 = 111
It is similar to roll vinyl or linoleum but cut into tiles.