**Multiply the length by the width to find the area of the space to be covered with stone**. If the length of the patio was 8.5 feet and the width was 7.75, you’d multiply those numbers to come to 65.88 square feet. To account for sizing and waste, add 10 to 15 percent to your square footage.

Contents

- 1 How many square feet does a ton of flagstone cover?
- 2 How many sq ft does a pallet of flagstone cover?
- 3 How Much stone do I need for a 12×12 patio?
- 4 How do I calculate how much flagstone I need?
- 5 How many square feet are in a ton of stone?
- 6 How many square feet is a pallet of Fieldstone?
- 7 How many pounds are in a pallet of flagstone?
- 8 How much does a piece of flagstone cost?
- 9 Is flagstone cheaper than pavers?
- 10 How do you figure out how many stepping stones you need?
- 11 How do I calculate how much gravel I need for my patio?
- 12 How much gravel do I need for a patio?
- 13 What area does a ton of gravel cover?

## How many square feet does a ton of flagstone cover?

Flagstone Price Per Ton A ton of flagstone can cover 70 to 140 square feet, depending on the type of stone.

## How many sq ft does a pallet of flagstone cover?

A pallet of 1-1/2″ thick holds approx. 120-140 square feet of stone.

## How Much stone do I need for a 12×12 patio?

You’ll need to know the length, width and depth of your coverage area. A rule of thumb for many crushed stone projects is to have a minimum depth of 2 to 4 inches, although some projects require more. For example, a patio that’s 12-foot square, with a 2-inch base of crushed stone, will need 0.89 cubic yards.

## How do I calculate how much flagstone I need?

Multiply the length by the width to find the area of the space to be covered with stone. If the length of the patio was 8.5 feet and the width was 7.75, you’d multiply those numbers to come to 65.88 square feet. To account for sizing and waste, add 10 to 15 percent to your square footage.

## How many square feet are in a ton of stone?

Stone by the Ton One Ton of Stone Cover in Square Feet240 sq. ft. One Ton of Stone Cover in Square Feet 120 sq. ft.

## How many square feet is a pallet of Fieldstone?

Natural Thin Veneer *All Thin Veneers are 1 1/4- 1 1/2″ thick. Sold either in bulk 240 sqft per pallet or 10 sqft per box for flats and 100 lnft per pallet or 8 lnft per box for corners.

## How many pounds are in a pallet of flagstone?

The average thickness on a pallet will vary depending on the color 1″ to 3″ and an average pallet weighs about 4,000 pounds. The coverage per ton can vary 70 – 140 sq. ft.

## How much does a piece of flagstone cost?

Flagstone Cost Per Square Foot Per square foot, flagstone costs $2 to $6 for the stone itself. With labor, you’ll pay between $15 and $22 per square foot. For thicker stone and rarer flagstone colors, expect the price to fall at the higher end of this range.

## Is flagstone cheaper than pavers?

On average, yes, flagstone costs around $2 to $3 per square foot while pavers range from $3 to $6. However, in the end, the flagstone flooring project costs more than pavers. The overall material costs a bit more, and the labor to install it’s pricy too.

## How do you figure out how many stepping stones you need?

To determine how many paver stones you need:

- Multiply the length and width (in feet) of the area you’re paving.
- Multiply the length and width (in inches) of your bricks or paving stones.
- Divide the brick or paver’s surface area by 144 to convert to square feet.
- Divide the total paving area by the paver’s surface area.

## How do I calculate how much gravel I need for my patio?

Gravel Calculation Normally you want a base layer of gravel about 4-inches deep. Four inches is one-third of a foot, so multiply the square footage by one-third to find the cubic feet of gravel you need. For a 120-square foot patio that works out to 40-cubic feet of gravel.

## How much gravel do I need for a patio?

You’ll be using 4 inches of gravel, which is 1/3 of a yard, for a paver base. To figure out how many cubic feet of gravel you will need, multiply your square footage by 1/3. In this example, you’d need about 20 cubic feet of gravel, or 3/4 cubic yards. You may want more in case you spill some.

## What area does a ton of gravel cover?

Therefore if you wish to apply them at a 50mm depth (the normal depth for a driveway) one tonne will cover 14 square metres. For pedestrian pathways, 35mm is normally sufficient in which case 1 tonne will be sufficient to cover approximately 20 square metres.