Tile Dimension

#### Total Area of Flooring

12.00 m^{2}

OR

129.17 ft

^{2}

Sr. | Material | Quantity |
---|---|---|

1 | Tiles | 32 No. of Tiles |

2 | Cement | 4 Bags |

3 | Sand | 1.12 Ton |

**Total Area**

$\mathrm{Area\; of\; Flooring\; =}{\mathrm{Length}}_{}\times {\mathrm{Width}}_{}$$\mathrm{Area\; of\; Flooring\; =}{3}_{}\times {4}_{}$

$\mathrm{Area\; of\; Flooring\; =\; 12.00}$

^{2}

$\mathrm{Area\; of\; Flooring\; =\; 129.17}$

^{2}

**No. of Tiles**

${\mathrm{Area\; of\; Tile\; =}}_{}{\mathrm{Tile\; Length}}_{}\times {\mathrm{Tile\; Width}}_{}$$\mathrm{Area\; of\; Tile\; =}{\mathrm{4.00}}_{}$

^{2}

$\mathrm{No.\; of\; Tile\; Require\; =}\frac{{\mathrm{Area\; of\; Flooring(ft)}}_{}}{{\mathrm{Area\; of\; Tile\; (ft)}}_{}}$$=\frac{{\mathrm{129.17}}_{}}{{4.00}_{}}$

${\mathrm{Require\; Tile\; =\; 32\; No.\; of\; Tiles}}_{}$

**Amount of Cement**

Volume With Bedding = ${\mathrm{Flooring\; Area}}_{}\times {\mathrm{0.07m}}_{}$Volume With Bedding = 0.84 m

^{3}

**Note:**Assuming Thickness of Bedding is 0.07m

Ratio of Mortar 1:6

= $\left(\frac{\mathrm{Volume\; With\; Bedding}\times \mathrm{Cement\; Ratio}}{\mathrm{Total\; Ratio}}\right)\xf70.035$

= $\left(\frac{0.84\times 1}{7}\right)\xf70.035$

$\mathrm{No.\; of\; Cement\; Bag\; Require\; =}\mathrm{3.43}\mathrm{Bags}$

$\mathrm{Require\; Cement\; in\; kg\; =}\mathrm{171.43}\mathrm{kg.}$

**Note:**1 Bag of cement

**= 0.035 m**

^{3}.1 Cement bag contains

**= 50 kg cement**

**Amount of Sand**

Volume With Bedding = ${\mathrm{Flooring\; Area}}_{}\times {\mathrm{0.07m}}_{}$Volume With Bedding = 0.84 m

^{3}

**Note:**Assuming Thickness of Bedding is 0.07m

Ratio of Mortar 1:6

= $\left(\frac{\mathrm{Volume\; With\; Bedding}\times \mathrm{Sand\; Ratio}}{\mathrm{Total\; Ratio}}\right)\times 1550$

= $\left(\frac{0.84\times 6}{7}\right)\times 1550$

$\mathrm{Require\; Sand\; in\; ton\; =}\mathrm{1.12}\mathrm{Ton}$

$\mathrm{Require\; Sand\; in\; kg\; =}\mathrm{1116.00}\mathrm{kg.}$

**Note:**By considering dry density of sand

**= 1550 kg/m**

^{3}.**1000 kg = 1 Ton**

A floor is the bottom surface of a room. Flooring is the general term for a permanent covering of a floor, or for the work of installing such a floor covering.

A lot of variety exists in flooring and there are different types of floors

1. Mud floor

2. Brick floor

3. Tile floor

4. Flagstone floor

5. Cement and Concrete Floor

##### Flooring Calculation

Total Area = ${\mathrm{Length}}_{}\times {\mathrm{Width}}_{}$

Amount of Cement = $\left(\frac{\mathrm{Volume\; With\; Bedding}\times \mathrm{Cement\; Ratio}}{\mathrm{Total\; Ratio}}\right)\xf70.035$

Amount of Sand = $\left(\frac{\mathrm{Volume\; With\; Bedding}\times \mathrm{Sand\; Ratio}}{\mathrm{Total\; Ratio}}\right)\times 1550$

- m
^{2}(Square meter) and ft^{2}(Square feet)is a total area and cement in bags and sand in kg (Kilogram) - length and Width in meter/cm.

**Note:**

- 1 m
^{2}= 10.7639 ft^{2}

Floors are equally important as any other part of the house. Flooring is one of the most important aspects of the house or business. It adds to the charm and beauty of your living or office space The floor is that part of the building on which the and occupants move and materials are stored. It is a horizontal component of a building structure, which divides the building into the different level for the purpose of creating more accommodation within a restricted space one above the other and provide support for a building. The floor covering or flooring provides a smooth, clean, impervious, durable, colourful, hard and attractive surface. It is the cover which has to offer resistance to wear and tear due to human movement.

A tile is a thin object usually square or rectangular in shape. Tile is a manufactured piece of hard-wearing material such as ceramic, stone, metal, baked clay, or even glass, generally used for covering roofs, floors, walls, or other objects such as tabletops.

##### Some of the most popular types of tiles:

- 1. Marble Tile: There is nothing like marble tile. This is the most demanding tile and it keeps your home cool.
- 2. Ceramic Tile: Tiles made from ceramic are formulated of thin slabs of clay and other materials that are solidified by firing in an oven and then varnished with a glaze. Ceramic tiles are in trend especially in modern houses and are available in various colors and color combinations. In addition to standard sizes, custom sizes can also be supplied to meet fixed requirements.
- 3. Terrazzo Tile: Terrazzo, is attractive and one of the toughest products available when it comes to tiling materials. It is one of the most versatile tiling options available in the industry. Made by mixing marble, granite, quartz, or glass chips into a cement binder.
- 4. Granite Tile: It is an igneous rock that gets formed when exposed to a high heat. Its structure is crystalline, and tiles made from granite are very heavy and strong. Granite floors are very invulnerable to spills or stains.
- 5. Limestone Tile: Limestone has chemical composition of Calcium Carbonate. Limestone is an excellent material that can be used for the decoration of any area. Its products include tiles, pavers, slabs, and even mosaic tiles. The limestone rocks have beautiful textures as they are sedimentary rocks by nature

##### Tiles Calculation

Volume of Flooring = ${\mathrm{Length}}_{}\times {\mathrm{Width}}_{}$Where,

Quantity of Tiles = $\frac{{\mathrm{Flooring\; Area}}_{}}{{\mathrm{Volume\; of\; a\; Tile}}_{}}$

- m
^{2}(Square meter) and ft^{2}(Square feet) is a total volume And No. of Tiles Require. - Flooring Length, Width in Meter/CM or Feet/Inch
- For Tiles Length, Width in Inch or CM.

**Note:**

- 1 m
^{2}= 10000 cm^{2} - 1 ft
^{2}= 144 Inch^{2}

Tiles play an important role in interior design, setting the look and feel of the house. It gives an elegant and pleasant look in our homes. Tiles are the most popular option for floors/walls. They are the best choice due to their durability, variety of colors, sizes and textures. Although they are suited for almost any room in the house but they are preferred for wet and humid areas such as kitchen and bathrooms due to their natural water-resisting ability.