Discuss finding out how many metres a job is? in the Tiling Forum at Tilers Forum; I have just measured a bathroom for a friend am new to this and most jobs i have done the tiles adhesive etc have already been there so i have ...
I have just measured a bathroom for a friend am new to this and most jobs i have done the tiles adhesive etc have already been there so i have had no need to work out what i need tiles wise adhesive wise or had to measure how many metres were in the job i would be grateful if someone would help me i am going to put the measurements i have just got and was wondering weather someone would help me out to find how many metres were in the job.:window side 89inches high 88 inches wide/ sink side 57inches wide 88 inches high/ radiator wall 43inches wide 88high/shower wall 58 wide 88 high/and side betwwen door and sink side 20inches wide 88 high help!!!!!!!!
Take each wall in turn, measure the length and measure the height. Multiply these 2 numbers together gives you how many square metres that wall is. Do the same with each of the walls and then add all your figures together to get a total square metres. I would just ignore windows for working this out as, although the area to be tiled will be smaller with a window in it, it will take you just as long to do it with all your reveal cuts, trim etc.
Hope this helps
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