Use these Construction Material Calculators to get a ROUGH indication of the amount of building materials needed.

Tile Calculator
Total Square Footage:
Size of Tile (inches):
You will need tiles

TILE CALCULATOR NOTES

TILE FORMULA:

Total Square Footage  - E.g. Room 10 ft x 12 ft = 120 square feet
Size of Tile - E.g. 12*12 (No Spaces)
Results - Move decimal point 2 spaces to the Right. E.g. 1.02 Means you will need 102 tiles.

BRICK CALCULATOR NOTES- CALCULATION BASED ON CONCRETE WALL BRICK SIZE - Nominal size: 4" x 8" x 16"
Number of Bags of Cement/Mortar needed for job is another useful calculation received from this form
Linear Height of Corners - Add up the total height of all corners (so if you have 4 corners that are 10 feet high, 4 * 10 = 40 feet).
Round Up percentage- Percentage Calculation will be rounded to
RESULT- Move decimal point 1space to the left E.g. a result of 1150 Means you will need 115 Bricks.
Remember to add Number of Bricks needed to Number of Corner Bricks needed to get your total estimate

Bricking Calculator
Length of surface (ft.):
Height of surface (ft.):
Linear Height of Corners (ft.):
Round Up Percentage (10% recommended): Painting Calculator
Room Length:
Room Width:
Ceiling Height:
You will need enough paint to cover square feet (including ceiling).
Take results to Paint provider who will be able to advise you on the amount of buckets of paint required for the job. Total buckets would depend on size chosen.
 FOR A DECKING OR FOUNDATION FLOOR ESTIMATE- Select the Footings TAB in the Concrete Calculator to the left to calculate the amount of Cubic Yards of Ready Mixed Concrete needed OR the amount of bags of Cement needed. If you are building a 2 storey building, Select the Columns TAB as well to determine the amount needed for the columns PLEASE NOTE: the Calculators are meant to give you an idea of the amount of materials needed, and should not be used for professional purposes. At all times we recommend to have an official and proper Quantity Survey (QS) done by a qualified and certified Quantity Surveyor or qualified Contractor or Builder.

All Material Cost Calculators are courtesy Calculator Pro