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I am doing a roof i need to know square footage of 65 by 45

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2,925 sq. ft. If it is not a lean to roof then we would have to know the pitch of the roof and number of dormers, etc...

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How to calculate square feet


Calculate Square Footage is by measuring the length and width of your area then multiply those two numbers together, the unit of the results will be (ft2).

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12 7/8x11 7/8= squre feet


its pretty simple but if you must know then go to here and put in your measurements it will tell you your square footage good luck
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What would be the square footage of a dome that is 285' by 90' straight across by 80 ft high


John, square footage is L x W = 285 x 90 =25650 sq.ft.
cubic feet = L x W x H = 285 x 90 x 80 =2052000 cu.ft.
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How do I get the square footage of concrete sidewalk


  • Hi Tony: Don't know what this has to do with air conditioners but .......
  • Square footage is the mathematical result when you multiply length by width.
  • Since you're trying to find square feet. the dimensions that you are using must be in feet.
  • Length (feet plus (inches divided by 12))
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  • Width (feet plus (inches divided by 12))
  • equals
  • square Feet.
  • Any questions or numbers for your project? Just reply as a comment to this post.
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Air is blowing cold but wont keep up temp


If the system is actually doing everything it can, which I do occasionally run into, then it's time to start looking at other factors like the heat loads. Number one problem I run into is either attic insulation or attic ventilation. One thing that really sticks out in your post though is the square footage and tonnage. Now, to be honest, what the square footage is from the home owner to actual living space always varies. Home owners always get the square footage like a realtor, but includes the garage and other unconditioned rooms. What your looking for is the square footage of only the rooms that have a vent. It is 400cfm per ton, 1 cfm per square foot. So if you have a 2.5 ton system, it is capable of doing 1000 square feet of living space. You said 1500 square feet, which would need a 3.5 to 4 ton system. Hope this helps and gets you to cooler days!

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Surface area =300 square feet 25 year old ash


Ash fault? I think you mean "asphalt" but that's OK. You haven't given enough information to solve the problem, but here's what you need to do.

You know the area of the roof is 300 square feet (sq ft). You should know the area of each asphalt shingle, although that's the information you didn't give. When you know that figure, the calculation is very simple:

number of shingles needed = area of roof / area of one shingle

I don't know if this is a class problem, or if you really have a roofing job. Don't forget that on a real roof, the shingles overlap. If you do the calculation, the number you get is right only if you lay the shingles edge-to-edge. A real-world roof would need probably twice that number. Shingles come packed in bundles, and they usually tell you the area they cover. (By the way, 100 square feet is termed a "square".)

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