How Many Shingles in a Square?


When it comes to shingles, you want to think 'qualitative', not 'quantitative'. There is no set number of shingles in a bundle or a square. Instead, a square will have enough material to cover 100 square feet of roof.
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Before you start your project, you need to calculate the size of the roof you intend to cover. The square footage of a roof is normally measured in "squares" of 100 feet
.33 it takes 3 bundles to cover a square. A square is 10'x10'
Three bundles of shingles make a "square". A square theoretically covers 100
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There are usually three or four bundles of shingles in a square. In one bundle of shingles there are twenty two shingles so in a square of shingles there are between 66 and 88 shingles.
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