How to Calculate Lineal Feet?


Linear just means in a line so linear feet is just feet measured in a line. You can use a ruler or a tape measure to measure linear feet.
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How to Calculate Lineal Feet
Calculating lineal footage is mandatory when remodeling your home or other building. Lumber and wood trims are measured and purchased by the lineal foot, which means there is a cost per foot, and the number of feet you purchase determines the cost. All... More »
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