How Many SQ Feet Will a Bundle of Shingles Cover?


A squarenof shingle will cover 100 square feet of root. Since a square requires threenbundles, one bundle of shingle covers about 33 square feet roof.
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Shingle bundles may vary in square footage covered. Typically 3 bundles will cover 100 square feet. For 2,000 square feet, that would be 60 bundles.
27 bundles should get you your starters, bleeders and hopefully waste covered on a shotgun(straight) roof. any gables,valleys or hips and id get another square. also remember your
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
One square will cover 100 sq. ft. There are normally 3
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Through my research of roofing i have found that a bundle of shingles is equal to 33 1/3 feet. So the answer is a bundle of shingles will cover 33 1/3 feet.
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