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# Paver Calculator

 Paver Calculator Length (feet): Width (feet): Paver Length (inches): Paver Width (inches): Unit Price: Calculate

Planning a new patio or walkway and wondering how many pavers you need? Calculating the number of pavers required can be tricky, but with the help of a paver calculator, it’s easy to get an accurate estimate.

### How To Use a Paver Calculator?

Before you begin, determine the project requirements such as the size of the area you want to cover, the desired paver size, and the paver pattern.

Enter the project requirements into the paver calculator. This includes the length and width of the area to be covered, the desired paver size and pattern, and the spacing between pavers.

Once you enter the required information, the paver calculator will estimate the number of pavers required for your project. It will also calculate the total cost of the pavers based on the current market prices.

If you want to make changes to your project or adjust the paver requirements, you can go back and adjust the calculation in the paver calculator.

Using a paver calculator can save you time and help you avoid costly mistakes when planning your patio or walkway project. Try out our Paver Calculator, along with our other construction calculators, to make your next project a success.

## FAQs

### How Do I Calculate How Many Pavers I Need?

You can calculate how many pavers you need by measuring the area to be covered, multiplying the length by the width to get the square footage, and then dividing the square footage by the size of the pavers. Or, use a paver calculator to estimate the number of pavers required based on the project requirements.

### How Many 4×8 Pavers Make a Square Foot?

It takes 4.5 4×8 pavers to make a square foot. This is because each 4×8 paver covers 0.2222 square feet.

### How Much Space Do You Need Between 12×12 Pavers?

You need to leave a gap of about 1/8 to 1/4 inch between 12×12 pavers to allow for joint sand and to allow for expansion and contraction due to temperature changes. This spacing will also help prevent pavers from shifting over time.

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