# Tile Calculator

## STEP BY STEP PROCESS TO USE THE TILE CALCULATOR

Step 1: Open the Tile Calculator on a web browser (e.g., Chrome, Firefox, Safari) by going to the webpage https://civilmaterialcalculator.com/tile-calculator/.

Step 2: Enter Room Dimensions You’ll see a form with several input fields and dropdown menus. Start by entering the dimensions of the room you want to tile:

- Enter the length of the room in the “Length” input field.
- Choose the appropriate unit (meters or feet) from the “Length Unit” dropdown menu.
- Enter the breadth of the room in the “Breadth” input field.
- Choose the appropriate unit (meters or feet) from the “Breadth Unit” dropdown menu.

Step 3: Choose Tile Size Next, choose the size of the tiles you want to use for the floor:

- Select the desired tile size from the “Tile Size” dropdown menu. The options are 30×30 cm, 40×40 cm, 60×60 cm, and 80×80 cm.

Step 4: Skirting Height and Meter If you want to include skirting tiles, select the skirting height and enter the number of skirting meters required:

- Choose the skirting height from the “Skirting Height” dropdown menu. The options are 15 cm and 20 cm.
- Enter the running meters of skirting you need in the “Skirting Meter” input field (exclude any openings such as doors).

Step 5: Calculate Tiles After entering all the necessary information, click the “Calculate” button. The Tile Calculator will process the input data and determine the exact number of tiles required for the floor and skirting.

Step 6: View Results Once the calculation is complete, the results will be displayed below the “Calculate” button. The result will show the number of floor tiles required, the number of skirting tiles required, and the total number of tiles needed for the entire area.

Step 7: Copy Results (Optional) If you want to copy the results to your clipboard, click the “Copy Results” button. This will copy the calculated information so you can paste it into other applications if needed.

That’s it! You have successfully used the Tile Calculator to determine the number of tiles required for your room’s floor and skirting.

You can repeat the process with different room dimensions or tile sizes to calculate the requirements for other areas.