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How to Calculate the Number of 12 by 12 Ceramic Tiles Needed.?

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1. Measure the length and width of the room. If you have not removed baseboards or molding add a half-inch to each measurement. Multiply the length times the width to find the square footage. 2. Use your tape measure to find the length and width of
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Usually, you divide by the area of a single tile. But this may not work if the tiles have an unusual shape, or if you need fractional tiles to cover the entire area.
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You don t figure the number of tiles you need to figure the square footage of the room. This is figured by multiplying the width time the length of the room. And then subtract out
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