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## How many bundles of shingles do I need for 100 square feet?

However, the vast majority of shingles require only **3 bundles per 100 square feet**. For most shingle types, you'll need 3 bundles to make a square of finished roof, which is 100 square feet. If you have a roof area of 3000 square feet, you'll need 90 bundles of shingles. via

## How many bundles of shingles are in a 12 square?

When shingles come three bundles to the square, there are **29** standard-sized shingles (12 in. via

## Does three bundles of shingles make a square?

Calculating the number of bundles, you need is simple if you are using shingles that come three bundles to a square. **Each bundle covers 33.3 sq.** (one square). via

## How do I figure out how many shingles I need?

To estimate how many shingles you'll need, first **estimate the total square footage of your roof's surface**. To do this, measure the length and width of each plane on the roof, including dormers. Then, multiply length x width to get the square footage of each plane. via

## How much does 1 pack of shingles cover?

Standard shingles are 12 by 36 inches and come 29 to a package. Most shingles come 3 bundles to a square — which is equal to 100 square feet. So, each bundle provides **about 33 square feet** of coverage. via

## How many bundles of shingles do I need for 20 squares?

Specialty shingles, such as IKO Armourshake, are heavier and therefore packaged to cover 20 square feet per bundle, or **five bundles per square**. via

## How many bundles of shingles does it take to cover 1200 square feet?

Answered by Davidhughes: Most of the dimensional shingles are 3 bundles per square but is the poster is talking about a Triple laminate or other architectural shingles, they can run anywhere from **4 to 6 bundles a square**. via

## How many bundles of shingles do I need for 2000 square feet?

The number of bundles or squares you need will depend on the surface area of your roof, and its pitch or slope. For example, a 2,000 square foot roof will require 20 squares or **60 bundles**. via

## How many bundles of shingles do I need for 1700 square feet?

The shingles cover 33.3 sq. **57 bundles** is a ft. 1,700 / 33.3 + 10% for trim. via

## How heavy is a bundle of shingles?

A single square can weigh between 150-240 pounds, with a single bundle being **between 50-80 pounds**. via

## How many bundles of shingles do I need for 120 square feet?

Each square will need **three bundles of shingles** to cover it. Find the total square footage of your roof by multiplying the width by the length and then divide that number by 100 and you will get the number of squares you need to cover. via

## How do you calculate the area of a roof sheet?

= 3.33 ft. = **12ft ÷ 3.33 ft**. By rounding off the sheets, we will buy 4 numbers of 12 ft. length roofing sheets to cover this shed. via

## Is the square footage of a house the same as the roof?

Roofing Quote **Footage is Not the Same as Home Square Footage**

Depending on where the information is coming from is going to determine the basis on which the estimated roof footage is calculated. The roof square footage is what we (roofing contractor) need to calculate a budget quote to do the job. via

## How many bundles of shingles do I need for 500 square feet?

How Many Bundles of Shingles Will You Need. The average bundle of shingles covers 33.3 ft^{2}, so **three bundles of shingles are needed per square**. Asphalt shingles range in price from about $25 per bundle for a standard 3-tab style to around $50-$75 or more for an upgraded architectural style. via

## How many squares is a 2000 square foot home?

If your roof is 2,000 sq. feet, then you will have **20 squares**. (2,000 / 100 = 20). via

## How many bundles of shingles do I need for 1800 square feet?

A roofing square is equal to 100 feet on your roof. If your roof measures at 1800 square feet, you would need **18 squares** of shingles to cover your roof. via

## How large is a square?

**One square is equal to 100 square feet**. Examples where the unit is used are roofing shingles, metal roofing, vinyl siding, and fibercement siding products. Some home builders use squares as a unit in floor plans to customers. via

## How do you measure a shingle roof from the ground? (video)

## How many bundles of shingles do I need for a 1000 square foot roof?

Since there are twenty six shingles in a bundle of twenty year shingles (which is fine for starters and edges), divide the result by twenty six. For the number of ridge caps, multiply the length of the hip or ridge by twelve and divide it by five. This house is 1000 square feet. It requires **18 squares of shingles**. via

## How much does it cost per square foot to shingle a roof?

Price can vary depending on the slope, pitch, and size of your roof as well as the quality of the asphalt shingle you choose. You can expect to pay **$1.50 to $5.50 per sq.** **foot** or $150 to $550 per square installed on a standard sized single story home. via

## What is the difference between 30 year and 50 year shingles?

By saying this, you might already realize that the difference between a 30-year shingle and a 50-year one is **how long the product is guaranteed to last**. In other words, 30-year architectural shingles are covered by the manufacturer from any unforeseen defects that could occur once the shingles are installed. via

## Is a 50 year roof worth it?

Even so, these could last you between 25 to 40 years at most until you'll need a roof replacement. If your plan is to live in your home for the next 5 to 6 decades, **50-year shingles are worth the investment**. If not, you might want to consider cheaper, alternative options. via

## What is the best type of shingles for roofing?

Relatively lightweight, inexpensive, and easy to install, **asphalt shingles** are the best choice for most houses. They come in sheets that are layered on a roof to give the illusion of more expensive single shingles, such as cedar and slate, that are installed one shingle at a time. via

## What are the cheapest shingles?

While asphalt is the cheapest roofing material, there are 3 different types of asphalt shingles that vary in price and affect how much you'll spend on your roof replacement. **3-tab shingles** are the cheapest of the 3 types of asphalt shingles and are a great option for a tight budget. via