200 square meters Each sheet is 12' by 6', and each box has 24 sheets, totaling **200 sq**. Ft.

Our Quick Size contains smaller pages, measuring 11 x 5.7 inches per sheet, than our Select A Size, which measures 11 x 5.9 inches per sheet. Each set of two family-size rolls has 124 square feet. The average price of **a square foot** in the U.S. is $10/sq. Ft., so that's about $124.

Bounty makes products for large families and extra-large bathrooms. It would take about 30 trips to fill your car with used Bounty paper towels. That's how many people think they're getting when they use a lot of paper towels. Actually, a typical household uses about 250 square feet of paper per month, so by using just one type of Bounty paper towel for **every day** of the year for one year you'd use 3,750 square feet - or about 6 cars full!

The average cost of paper towels is less than $1.50 per square foot, so that's more than 100 times what it costs to use a single roll of Bounty. However, since most people only use **a few paper towels** each time they hand wash their clothes, this amount is still less than one dollar per roll.

If you don't want to buy **whole rolls**, some stores will sell you sheets of paper towels by the ream.

What is the number of siding pieces in a square? A square is a building word that often equates to **100 square feet**. Most vinyl siding boxes include one or two squares, resulting in **100 ft2** or **200 ft2**. A few larger boxes contain three or four squares, so for these sizes you would need 200 ft2 or 400 ft2 of siding.

There are 12 squares in a standard sheet of siding. This works out to be 10 ft per square foot of siding. Some builders like to use different lengths for each size box; for example, one-half and one-quarter boxes. In this case, the length of the shorter box would be used for 10-foot-by-20-or-30-foot sheets and the longer box for 10-foot-by-40-or-50-foot sheets. Some builders also use nine and seven-eighths inches instead of ten feet as the length of a square. In this case, there would be eight squares in a sheet rather than twelve.

The overall length of the house should be equal to the distance between the centers of the last row of siding and the top of the roof. This means that if your siding is only up to about 18 inches tall, the house will be less than 100 feet long.

A square of vinyl siding has approximately 100 square feet. And you may have 200 square feet of siding to deal with in a box of vinyl siding. If you use vinyl siding correctly, you may cover an area of 200 square feet after purchasing a box. It is recommended that you buy vinyl siding in multi-packs of 4 units so you do not have to buy an excessive amount.

Vinyl siding is the most common type of siding used on homes across the country. It is easy to install and maintain, making it a popular choice for homeowners. Vinyl siding comes in **a wide variety** of styles and colors, allowing you to customize your home's exterior without spending a lot of money. It also lasts well; according to **the Consumer Product Safety Commission** (CPSC), almost 90 percent of all reported cases of siding damage can be attributed to wood moving off of its nails. On **the other hand**, vinyl siding is nearly impossible to scratch or dent, so it does not need to be painted.

The CPSC also reports that over 3 million pieces of vinyl siding are replaced each year because of minor damage or wear-and-tear caused by normal household activities. While this means that most people won't have trouble with their siding, it also means that you should be careful not to put excess pressure on your siding on hot days or when it is wet out side.