# How many square feet does one bundle of shingles cover?

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You usually purchase shingles by the bundle. 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.

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

There are 3 bundles of asphalt roof shingles per square. Some specialty styles of asphalt shingles that are larger or thicker may require 4 bundles per square, but the overwhelming majority of roof shingles are three bundles to cover 100 square feet of roof.

## How many bundles of shingles do I need for a 12×12 roof?

How Many Bundles of Shingles Will You Need. The average bundle of shingles covers 33.3 ft2, so three bundles of shingles are needed per square.

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## How many shingles do I need for a 1200 sq ft house?

Answered by WoWHomeSolutions: Depends on the shingle at the end of the day but I am going to assume 4 bundles per square. At that measurement, you need to figure on 52 bundles at a 10% waste. You still need starters, Hip/Ridge, and other consumables too.

## How do I calculate shingles?

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.

## How do you calculate shingles bundles?

The most accurate way to calculate how many bundles of shingles you’ll need is to get up on the roof and measure each roof plane. If all the roof planes are rectangles, you simply need to multiply the length times the width of each plane to get the square footage; then you will add up the square footage of each plane.

## How many bundles of shingles do I need for a 10×10 shed?

Three bundles but probably four because that would fit it perfectly and even on a tiny little shed 5–10% needs to be calculated in for waste and mishaps.

## How many shingles do I need for 1000 square feet?

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.

## 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.

## How much would a 1200 sq ft roof cost?

Average Cost to Replace a Roof by House Size

House (& Roof**) by Square Foot Re-Roofing Cost*
1,000 (1,054) \$4,000 – \$5,500
1,100 (1,160) \$4,200 – \$6,000
1,200 (1,265) \$4,500 – \$6,500
1,500 (1,581) \$5,500 – \$8,000

## How many shingles are in a bundle?

When shingles come three bundles to the square, there are 29 standard-sized shingles (12 in. by 36 in.) in each bundle. Figuring out the roof area is the first step to determine how many bundles you’ll need to order.

## How many squares does a 2000 square foot house have?

Roofing Square Conversion Calculator

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

## How much is 1 square shingles?

Shingles are sold by the bundle and by the square. A square is equal to 100 square feet and will cost anywhere between \$100 and \$1,800. A bundle is around 1/3 of a square and costs an average of \$30 to \$600. On the low end, asphalt averages \$100 and \$150 per square while slate averages about \$1,200.

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

Often, three bundles of prepackaged asphalt shingles make one square, as is the case with the Timberline® HDZ™ Shingles.

## How do I figure out the square footage of my roof?

For an easy up and over, walkable gable roof, you’ll multiply the footprint of the roof by 1.3 to get the square footage of your roof. For a hip roof with a low slope, you’ll multiply the footprint of the roof by 1.4 to get the square footage of your roof.

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