majority of our products are available in both bulk and bagged form, and while there are very specific times that the bagged might work better, overall the preferred method of packaging for our products is bulk delivery. Once you've decided the type of product you need the next step is to determine the quantity you need
To assist in calculating how much of a given product you'll want to order we've posted this industry standard product coverage chart. This chart is based on a 1,000 square feet area (i.e. a 20 foot long by 50 foot wide area). Square footage is calculated by first measuring the area you are planning on covering with the material and then multiplying the length of the area by the width of the area). If you have multiple areas this formula still applies; simply calculate the square footage of each area and then add them all up to arrive at a total. If you have more or less than 1,000 square feet simply use a multiple of 1,000 to determine the total amount of material.
| Material Coverage Calculator
| Material needed for 1,000 square foot area
(3 cubic foot bags)
The information provided here serves as a basic guideline for calculating product material coverage. If you have a newly filled area it's a good idea to add an inch or so of depth to your total calculation as these areas usually settle during the first change of seasons. If you should have further questions, please
before placing your order, and someone will be happy to assist you with further product coverage calculations.