The Sub-flooring Cost calculator computes the number of 4x8 sheets (e.g. plywood or OSB) required for a floor, sub-floor or deck, and uses the unit price of a 4x8 sheet to compute the cost estimate.
INSTRUCTIONS: Choose and enter the following:
Total Cost (TC): The calculator will then compute the total cost of sub-flooring boards in U.S. dollars. However, this can be automatically converted to other currency units via the pull-down menu.
The following is web survey of 4x8 sheets of plywood and OSB. It provides the date of the web survey, the store and several price points on items that were advertised on the store's website. This is for convenience only. Local pricing should ALWAYS be used!
NOTE 2: Some stores carry plywood and OSB with thicknesses 1/32nd smaller than others. Therefore, 3/4" might be represented by 23/32", 5/8" by 19/32", 1/2" by 15/32", and 3/8" by 11/32".
CAUTION: The pricing information provided is for calculating convenience with NO implied guarantees to the accuracy of the values listed. Authoritative sources should be sought to confirm any value before risking health or wealth on the veracity of the data. Furthermore, Calc gives no guarantee that you will be able to buy products at listed prices or even if they will be available. The data provided is purely a convenience for making estimates, so we strongly recommend that one ALWAYS use local pricing and authoritative specifications.
Deck Builder Calculator provides estimates for a simple rectangular deck project. Calculator functions include the following:
Most rooms are simple rectangles with a length and a width. The only common departure are rooms with bump-outs. Some bump-outs are angular and taper down from an opening. Some bump-outs have squared corners. To compute the square feet of these floors are simple geometry based on the measurements of the main floor and the bump-out dimensions.
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