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Measuring Your Floor

How to Measure Your Floor?

Calculating The Floor Area Of A Room –
Basics of Carpet Measurement :
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First, you need a measuring tape. To determine the approximate quantity of carpet you need to multiply the length (feet) of the room by its width (feet) for the square footage. To obtain the square yardage, divide that figure by 9. Your retailer may figure the amount in square feet or square yards. Add 10 percent to account for room irregularities and pattern match. It is best to have your retailer or installer make final measurements to ensure that you purchase the correct amount. As professionals, they know how to include hallways and closets, match patterns, plan seam placement, work with room irregularities, and account for rooms with widths greater than 12 feet. (Most carpet is produced in 12- and 15-foot widths.) Dealers may sell by the square foot or the square yard.

Basics of Hard Surface Measurement:

To determine approximate quantity of Hardwood, laminate, tiles or stone tile, simply multiply the length (feet) of the room by its width (feet)  to obtain square footage and add 10 percent to account for room irregularities and pattern match.. We hope this info helps you.