Cubic Feet to Yards Calculator
How Many Cubic Feet (ft3) in a Yard?
For a rectangular area, simply measure the length and width in feet, and height in inches.
For a triangular area, measure the base and altitude in feet, and height in inches. Base and altitude are the part of a triangle that is perpendicular to each other.
For a circular area or part of a circular area, measure the radius in feet, and height in inches. Radius is exactly half of the diameter, or half of the width of the circle.
Irregularly Shaped Area
If you have an irregularly shaped area you need to landscape or fill, worry not. Just divide it up into smaller, more manageable areas, and calculate each piece separately using the calculators above. When you are done, simply sum up all the numbers. Don’t worry about getting it 100% accurate, rough estimate would be enough as long as you add a bit more for errors.
Ready to Order?
When you are ready, contact us to let us know how much yards of materials you need, and we’ll deliver them right to your door. If you are unsure of what materials you might need, check out our article about different types of aggregates, or just ask us for recommendations.
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