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Landscape Materials Calculator

Before ordering, use this calculator to estimate how much product you need. Lloyd Enterprises is not responsible for quantities ordered in error. Please verify your calculations, or call our office at 253-874-6692 if you are unsure of what you need.

Use the landscape material circular, rectangle or triangle calculator to determine how much gravel you need for your driveway or sidewalk or pathways, play-sand for your sand box, topsoil for your lawn or yard, soil-mixes for your raised beds or your flower beds or mulch you need for your job.

Rectangular Beds
Gravel driveways use 10 ft. for width / Rectangular/Square Beds
What type of material do you want?
How wide is the area? (in feet) 
How long is the area? (in feet)
How thick (deep) do you want to fill (in inches)? 
You'll need  for your project.

Circular Beds
What type of material do you want?
What is the diameter? (in feet)
How thick (deep) do you want to fill (in inches)?
You'll need  for your project.

Triangular Beds
(Measure the two sides that meet at the 90° angle)
What type of material do you want?
What is length of the first side? (in feet)
What is length of the second side? (in feet)
How thick (deep) do you want to fill (in inches)?
You'll need for your project.

Area Calculations: 
Draw your site as accurately as possible - graph paper works well. For odd or complex shapes, divide the area into combinations of rectangles, triangles, and/or circles. Use the following formulas to determine area:

How to determine the area of a CIRCLE:
Multiply pi ( = 3.14) by the square of the radius, If you know the diameter, the radius is 1/2 of the diameter.

How to determine the area of a RECTANGLE or PARALLELOGRAM: 
Multiply the base times the height.

How to determine the area of a TRIANGLE: 
Multiply the base times one-half the height.

How to determine the area of a TRAPEZOID:
Add the lengths of the 2 parallel sides, divide by 2 to get the average length of the parallel sides. Multiply this by the height (distance between the parallel sides)