To determine how much gravel you need, you’ll need to provide more specific information:

1. Area Size: The most crucial factor is the size of the area you want to cover with gravel. You need the length and width of the area in feet or meters.

2. Desired Depth: How deep you want the gravel to be also matters. Typically, people use 2-4 inches (5-10 cm) for landscaping and 6-12 inches (15-30 cm) for driveways.

Once you have this information, you can use the following formula to calculate the amount of gravel needed: Volume = Length x Width x Depth.

For example, if you have a 10ft x 20ft area you want to cover with 4 inches (0.33 ft) of gravel, the calculation would be: Volume = 10 ft x 20 ft x 0.33 ft = 66 cubic feet. You may want to convert the volume to cubic yards or metric units depending on the unit of measurement used for the gravel.

Gravel or coarse aggregate is one of the most important building material required in every civil construction work, its required for fill the excavation area, used as backfills, required for preparing the concrete mix, it will be in round or oval, angular, pea size shaped gravel.

Generally gravel quantity measured in volume and their mass, volume of gravel based on Imperial or US customary measurement system measured in cubic yard, cubic feet and cubic inch, and based on metric system and Indian Standard measured in cubic metre, cft and brass. Mass of gravel generally measured in kilograms, pounds and tons.

During the estimating gravel and crushed stone quantity for your construction work, prepairing of concrete mortar, you can do gravel calculation to know about how much gravel do i need and how much gravel in truck you can load. Gravel calculator will help you in determining quantity and volume of gravel

Gravel is made of rock is to build roads, path, driveway, Patio, pedestrian, pavement, pathways, roadways, landscaping, and etc.

Gravel is categorised according to their size, size more than 5mm put in the category of gravel, it is formed of igneous rocks. It is categorised as fine gravel (4 – 8 mm), medium gravel (8 – 16 mm), coarse gravel (16 – 32 mm), pebbles (32 – 64 mm), cobbles (64 – 256 mm) and Boulder more than 256mm.

You are looking to buying gravel and crushed stone for your construction work, if you want to apply them in normal depth 50 mm for your driveway and 35 mm depth normally in pedestrian pathway, you need to know how much gravel do i need and you should purchase and you can load in your vehicle.

Most of gravel supplier which are available nearly to you, will give you option to deliver gravel and crushed stone at your homes, for this they should cost some money for transportation. If you have a truck or vehicle that you can use to bring gravel to your destination or construction site, then it is cheaper and faster option for you.

Weight of gravel and stone depends on the rocks type, loose and dense condition, compact, moisture content, dry and wet condition. In general, for estimating purpose, contractor’s and Builder’s yields their weight to be 3000 lb/yd3 or 1.5 short tons per yard, 110 lb/ CF, or 1780 kg/ m3.

**Gravel calculation/ gravel calculator- how much gravel do I need**

For estimating you can do gravel calculation for how much gravel do I need and how to calculate gravel quantity, generally you calculate volume of excavation or backfill by multiplying length, width and their depth which is equal to volume of required gravel quantity.

**Cubic yard gravel calculator**: Yards of gravel = Cubic feet of excavation × 0.037 or Cubic feet of excavation ÷ 27. To calculate how many cubic yards of gravel you will need for excavation, multiply the total cubic feet needed by the 0.037 to get cubic yards of gravel.

**How much pea gravel do i need**

To calculate the amount of pea gravel you will need. Measure the length, width and depth in feet of the area to be covered. Multiply the three numbers together. Divide by 27 to get the number of cubic yards of pea gravel needed. For example, if the area is 10 feet square and the gravel is to be a foot deep, multiply 10 by 10 by 1 to get 100. Divide 100 by 27 to get 3.7 cubic yards of pea gravel.

To calculate how much pea gravel do i need, measure the length, width and depth in feet of the area to be covered. Multiply the three numbers together to get volume in cubic feet. Divide the total cubic feet by 27 to get the number of cubic yards of pea gravel needed.

**How much gravel do I need**

To calculate how much gravel you might need for your project, measure the length and width of your area and multiply it by the depth in similar units to figure out amount (Volume in yards or cubic feet) of gravel you will need. Volume of gravel you needed is equal to volume of excavation or backfills.

Calculate the volume of gravel needed which is equal to volume of excavation or backfills, you can do gravel calculation/ calculator in following methods:-

1) determine the length width and depth of excavation or backfills, it may be in cuboidal round or irregular shape, suppose length of cuboidal shaped excavation = 10 feet, width of excavation = 5 feet and depth = 2 feet

2) Calculate Area of excavation by multiplying Length and width, such as 10 ft × 5 ft = 50 sq ft

3) calculate volume of excavation by multiplying area and depth, such as 50 sq ft × 2 ft = 100 cubic feet or 3.7 cubic yards

4) the volume of gravel needed is equal to the volume of excavation or backfill you need to fill, so you will need about 100 cubic feet or 3.7 cubic yards of gravel and stone to fill 10′ × 5′ × 2′ dimension of your excavation or backfill.

**Gravel calculation in cubic feet**

1 cubic feet of gravel define as heaped of gravel 1 ft long by 1 ft wide by 1 ft height, known as cubic feet, regarding this, gravel calculation in cubic feet, formula for number of cubic feet = length (in feet) × width (in feet) × depth (in feet), in general, for gravel calculation in cubic feet, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic feet.

**FOR EXAMPLE:-**

To fill a box with a width of 2 feet and a length of 4 feet, to a depth of 2.5 feet, for gravel calculation in cubic feet, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic feet, such as 2 ft x 4 ft x 2.5 ft = 20 ft3 (cubic feet) of gravel quantity.

**Gravel calculation in cubic yards**

1 cubic yard is define as 3 feet long by 3 feet wide by 3 feet depth, which is equal to 27 cubic feet, such as 1 cubic yard = 27 CF, regarding this, gravel calculation in cubic yards, formula for number of cubic yards = length (in feet) × width (in feet) × depth (in feet) ÷ 27, in general, for gravel calculation in cubic yards, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic feet, then divide by 27 to find the number of cubic yards.

**FOR EXAMPLE:-**

To fill a backfill of 10 ft length by 5 ft width to the 2 ft depth, for gravel calculation in cubic yards, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic feet, then divide by 27 to find the number of cubic yards, such as 5 ft x 10 ft x 2 ft = 100 ft3 (cubic feet) ÷ 27 = 3.7 cubic yards of gravel quantity.

**Gravel calculation in cubic metres**

if length, width and height of inner edge of body of gravel loaded tipper truck is 4.62 m × 2.4 m × 1.45 m respectively, then volume of gravel in one truck is calculated by multiplying all inner edge dimension of truck, such as 4.62 m × 2.4 m × 1.45 m is 16 cubic metres, so 16 m3 is volume of gravel in one tipper truck of dimensions 4.62 m × 2.4 m × 1.45 m.

**Gravel calculation in brass**

Regarding this gravel calculation in brass, formula for gravel quantity in brass = length (in feet) × width (in feet) × depth (in feet) ÷ 100, in general, for gravel calculation cubic feet to brass, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic feet, then divide by 100 to find the volume of gravel in brass.

**FOR EXAMPLE:-**

To fill a tractor lorry with a width of 6 feet and a length of 10 feet, to a depth of 2 feet, for gravel calculation cubic feet to brass, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic feet, then divide by 100 to find the volume of gravel cft to brass, such as 6 ft x 10 ft x 2 ft = 120 ft3 (cubic feet) ÷ 100 = 1.2 brass or 1.2 units gravel quantity.

**Gravel calculation cft to kg**

Regarding this gravel calculation cft to kg, formula for gravel quantity in kg = length (in feet) × width (in feet) × depth (in feet) × 50, in general, for gravel calculation cft to kg, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic feet, then multiply by 50 to find the weight of gravel cft to kg.

**FOR EXAMPLE:-**

To fill a lorry with a width of 5 feet and a length of 10 feet, to a depth of 2 feet, for gravel calculation cft to kg, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic feet, then multiply by 50 to find the weight of gravel cft to kg, such as 5 ft x 10 ft x 2 ft = 100 ft3 (cubic feet) × 50 = 5000 kg of gravel or stone

**Gravel calculation cft to mt**

Regarding this gravel calculation cft to mt, formula for gravel quantity in metric tons = {(length in feet) × (width in feet) × (depth in feet) × (50)} ÷1000, in general, for gravel calculation cft to mt, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic feet, then multiply by 50 to find the weight of gravel in kg, and then after divide by 1000 to get gravel quantity cft to mt

**FOR EXAMPLE:-**

To fill a lorry with a width of 5 feet and a length of 10 feet, to a depth of 2 feet, for gravel calculation cft to mt, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic feet, then multiply by 50 to find the weight of gravel cft to kg, then after divide by 1000 to get gravel quantity cft to mt, such as 5 ft x 10 ft x 2 ft = 100 ft3 (cubic feet) × 50 = 5000 kg ÷ 1000 = 5 metric tons (MT) of gravel quantity in lorry.

**Gravel calculation cubic feet to pounds**

Regarding this gravel calculation cft to pounds, formula for gravel quantity in pounds = length (in feet) × width (in feet) × depth (in feet) × 110, in general, for gravel calculation cft to lbs, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic feet, then multiply by 110 to find the weight of gravel cft to lbs.

**FOR EXAMPLE:-**

To fill a lorry with a width of 5 feet and a length of 10 feet, to a depth of 2 feet, for gravel calculation cft to lbs, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic feet, then multiply by 110 to find the weight of gravel cft to lbs, such as 5 ft x 10 ft x 2 ft = 100 ft3 (cubic feet) × 110 = 11000 pounds of gravel or stone.

**Gravel calculation cubic feet to US tons**

Regarding this gravel calculation cubic feet to US tons, formula for gravel quantity in US tons = {(length in feet) × (width in feet) × (depth in feet) × (110)} ÷2000, in general, for gravel calculation cft to US tons, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic feet, then multiply by 110 to find the weight of gravel in tons, and then after divide by 2000 to get gravel quantity CF to US tons.

**FOR EXAMPLE:-**

To fill a lorry with a width of 5 feet and a length of 10 feet, to a depth of 2 feet, for gravel calculation cft to US tons, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic feet, then multiply by 110 to find the weight of gravel cft to US tons, then after divide by 2000 to get gravel quantity cubic feet to US tons, such as 5 ft x 10 ft x 2 ft = 100 ft3 (cubic feet) × 110 = 11000 lbs ÷ 2000 = 5.5 US tons of gravel quantity in lorry.

**Gravel calculation cubic feet to cubic yards**

Regarding this gravel calculation cubic feet to cubic yards, formula for gravel quantity in cubic yards = {(length in feet) × (width in feet) × (depth in feet) ÷ 27, in general, for gravel calculation CF to cubic yards, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic feet, then divide by 27 to find the volume of gravel in cubic yards.

**FOR EXAMPLE:-**

To fill a excavation with a width of 10 feet and a length of 15 feet, to a depth of 2 feet, for gravel calculation cubic feet to cubic yards, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic feet, then divide by 27 to find the volume of gravel cft to cubic yards, such as 15 ft x 10 ft x 2 ft = 300 ft3 (cubic feet) ÷ 27 = 11.11 cubic yards of gravel quantity

**Gravel calculation cft to m3**

Regarding this gravel calculation cubic feet to cubic meters, formula for gravel quantity in cubic meters = (length in feet) × (width in feet) × (depth in feet) ÷ 35.32, in general, for gravel calculation cft to m3, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic feet, then divide by 35.32 to find the volume of gravel in cubic meters.

**FOR EXAMPLE:-**

To fill a excavation with a width of 10 feet and a length of 15 feet, to a depth of 2 feet, for gravel calculation cubic feet to cubic meters, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic feet, then divide by 35.32 to find the volume of gravel cft to m3, such as 15 ft x 10 ft x 2 ft = 300 ft3 (cubic feet) ÷ 35.32 = 8.5 cubic meters of gravel quantity.

**Gravel calculation cft to brass**

Regarding this gravel calculation cubic feet to brass, formula for gravel quantity in brass = (length in feet) × (width in feet) × (depth in feet) ÷ 100, in general, for gravel calculation cft to brass, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic feet, then divide by 100 to find the volume of gravel in brass.

**FOR EXAMPLE:-**

To fill a backfill with a width of 10 feet and a length of 15 feet, to a depth of 2 feet, for gravel calculation cubic feet to brass, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic feet, then divide by 100 to find the volume of gravel cft to brass, such as 15 ft x 10 ft x 2 ft = 300 ft3 (cubic feet) ÷ 100 = 3 brass of gravel quantity.

**Gravel calculation cubic yards to tons**

Regarding this gravel calculation cubic yards to US tons, formula for gravel quantity in US tons = {(length in yards) × (width in yards) × (depth in yards) × 2700} ÷ 2000, in general, for gravel calculation cubic yards to tons, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic yards, this multiply by 2700 to get gravel quantity in pounds, then after divide by 2000 to find the quantity of gravel in US tons.

**FOR EXAMPLE:-**

To fill a backfill with a width of 4 yards and a length of 5 yards, to a depth of 0.5 yards, for gravel calculation cubic yards to US tons , multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic yards, this multiply by 2700 to get gravel quantity in pounds, then after divide by 2000 to find the quantity of gravel in US tons, such as 5 yds x 4 yds x 0.5 yds = 10 yd^3 (cubic yards) × 2700 = 27000 pounds ÷ 2000 = 16.5 US tons of gravel quantity.

**Gravel calculation cubic yards to pounds**

Regarding this gravel calculation cubic yards to US tons, formula for gravel quantity in pounds = {(length in yards) × (width in yards) × (depth in yards) × 110}, in general, for gravel calculation cubic yards to pounds, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic yards, this multiply by 110 to get gravel quantity in pounds.

**FOR EXAMPLE:-**

To fill a backfill with a width of 10 yards and a length of 15 yards, to a depth of 2 yards, for gravel calculation cubic yards to pounds, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic yards, this multiply by 110 to get gravel quantity in pounds, such as 15 yds x 10 yds x 2 yds = 300 yd^3 (cubic yards) ×110 = 33000 pounds of gravel quantity.

**Gravel calculation cubic yards to cubic feet**

Regarding this gravel calculation cubic yards to cubic feet, formula for gravel quantity in cubic feet = {(length in yards) × (width in yards) × (depth in yards) × 27}, in general, for gravel calculation cubic yards to cubic feet, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic yards, this multiply by 27 to get gravel quantity in cubic feet.

**FOR EXAMPLE:-**

To fill a backfill with a width of 10 yards and a length of 15 yards, to a depth of 2 yards, for gravel calculation cubic yards to cubic feet, multiply the three dimensions length, width and depth together to find the number of cubic yards, this multiply by 27 to get gravel quantity in cubic feet, such as 15 yds x 10 yds x 2 yds = 300 yd^3 (cubic yards) ×110 = 33000 pounds of gravel quantity.

**Gravel calculation formula**

The volume of gravel needed is equal to the volume of excavation or backfill you need to fill, and equal as volume of gravel loaded truck, lorry, tractor, Dumper, or pickup, there are various formula used for gravel calculation, some are as follows:-

**CFT to kg:-** (Length in feet × width in feet × depth in feet) × 50 = gravel weight in kg, for example convert 10 cft gravel to kg, by using above mentioned gravel calculation cft to kg formula, such as 10 × 50 = 500 kg of gravel

**CFT to CY:-** (Length in feet × width in feet × depth in feet) ÷ 27 = gravel volume in cubic yards, for example convert 100 cft gravel to cubic yards, by using above mentioned gravel calculation cft to CY formula, such as 100 ÷ 27 = 3.7 cubic yards of gravel

**CFT to mt:-** {(Length in feet × width in feet × depth in feet) × 50} ÷ 1000 = gravel weight in MT (metric tons), for example convert 100 cft gravel to metric tons, by using above mentioned gravel calculation cft to mt formula, such as (100 × 50) ÷ 1000 = 5 MT of gravel

**CFT to m3:-** (Length in feet × width in feet × depth in feet) ÷ 35.32 = gravel volume in cubic metres, for example convert 100 cft gravel to cubic metres, by using above mentioned gravel calculation cft to m3 formula, such as 100 ÷ 35.32 = 2.83 m3 of gravel

**CFT to brass:-** (Length in feet × width in feet × depth in feet) ÷ 100 = gravel volume in brass, for example convert 120 cft gravel to brass, by using above mentioned sand calculation cft to brass formula, such as 120 ÷ 100 = 1.2 brass or 1 unit of gravel.

**CFT to US tons:-** {(Length in feet × width in feet × depth in feet) × 110} ÷ 2000 = gravel weight in tons (US tons), for example convert 100 cft gravel to US tons, by using above mentioned gravel calculation cubic feet to tons formula, such as (100 × 110) ÷ 2000 = 5.5 tons of gravel

**CYD to US tons:-** {(Length in yards × width in yards × depth in yards) × 2700} ÷ 2000 = gravel weight in tons (US tons), for example convert 10 yards gravel to US tons, by using above mentioned gravel calculation cubic yards to tons formula, such as (10 × 2700) ÷ 2000 = 13.5 tons of gravel

**Gravel calculation in lorry**

Calculate the volume of gravel needed which is equal to volume of gravel in loaded lorry, you can do gravel calculation in lorry in following methods:-

1) measures the length width and depth of tractor lorry loaded with gravel and stone, suppose length of lorry = 10 feet, width of lorry = 5 feet and depth = 2 feet

2) Calculate Area of gravel loaded lorry by multiplying Length and width, such as 10 ft × 5 ft = 50 sq ft

3) calculate volume of gravel loaded lorry by multiplying area and depth, such as 50 sq ft × 2 ft = 100 cubic feet or 3.7 cubic yards

4) the volume of gravel needed is equal to the volume of lorry loaded with gravel and stone, so volume of lorry loaded with gravel about 100 cubic feet or 3.7 cubic yards.

Regarding this, gravel calculation in lorry, if length, width and height of inner edge of body of gravel loaded lorry is 10 ft × 5 ft × 2 ft respectively, then volume of gravel in one lorry is calculated by multiplying all inner edge dimension of lorry, such as 10 ft × 5 ft × 2 ft is 100 cubic feet, so 100 CFT is volume of gravel in one lorry of dimensions 10 ft × 5 ft × 2 ft.

**Gravel calculation in truck**

Calculate the volume of gravel needed which is equal to volume of gravel in loaded truck, you can do gravel calculation in truck in following methods:-

1) measures the length, width and depth of medium size truck, or tipper loaded with gravel and stone, suppose length of truck = 4.62 m, width of truck = 2.4 m and depth = 1.45 m

2) Calculate Area of gravel loaded truck by multiplying Length and width, such as 4.62 m × 2.4 m = 11 sq m

3) calculate volume of gravel loaded truck by multiplying area and depth, such as 11 sq m × 1.45 m = 16 cubic metres

4) the volume of gravel needed is equal to the volume of truck or tipper loaded with gravel, so volume of truck loaded with gravel about 16 cubic metres

Regarding this, gravel calculation in truck, if length, width and height of inner edge of body of gravel loaded truck is 4.62 m × 2.4 m × 1.45 m respectively, then volume of gravel in one truck is calculated by multiplying all inner edge dimension of truck, such as 4.62 m × 2.4 m × 1.45 m is 16 cubic meters, so 16 m3 is volume of gravel in one truck of dimensions 4.62 m × 2.4 m × 1.45 m.

**Gravel backfill calculation**

Calculate the volume of gravel needed which is equal to volume of backfills, you can do gravel backfill calculation in following methods:-

1) determine the length width and depth of backfills, it may be in cuboidal round or irregular shape, suppose length of cuboidal shaped backfill = 10 feet, width of backfill = 5 feet and depth = 2 feet

2) Calculate Area of backfill by multiplying Length and width, such as 10 ft × 5 ft = 50 sq ft

3) calculate volume of backfill by multiplying area and depth, such as 50 sq ft × 2 ft = 100 cubic feet or 3.7 cubic yards

4) the volume of gravel needed is equal to the volume of backfill you need to fill, so you will need about 100 cubic feet or 3.7 cubic yards of gravel to fill 10′ × 5′ × 2′ dimension of your backfill.

**How much pea gravel do i need to cover 100 square feet**

You will need approximately 25 cubic foot, or 1 cubic yard, or 1.5 tons of pea gravel to cover 100 square feet at standard depth of 3 inches deep, and 17 cubic foot or 0.60 cubic yards or 1 tons of pea gravel at 2 inches deep for your footpath, patio, or driveway. Maths calculation:- 1) 3 inches in feet = 3÷12 = 0.25 feet, 2) volume of landfill = 100×0.25 = 25 cubic feet. Thus, you will need approximately 25 cubic foot, or 1 cubic yard, or 1.5 tons of pea gravel for 100 square feet at standard depth of 3 inches deep.

**How much pea gravel do i need to cover 200 square feet**

You will need approximately 50 cubic foot, or 2 cubic yards, or 3 tons of pea gravel to cover 200 square feet at standard depth of 3 inches deep, and 34 cubic foot or 1.2 cubic yards or 2 tons of pea gravel at 2 inches deep for your footpath, patio, or driveway. Maths calculation:- 1) 3 inches in feet = 3÷12 = 0.25 feet, 2) volume of landfill = 200×0.25 = 50 cubic feet. Thus, you will need approximately 50 cubic foot, or 2 cubic yards, or 3 tons of pea gravel for 200 square feet at standard depth of 3 inches deep.

**How much pea gravel do i need to cover 300 square feet**

You will need approximately 75 cubic foot, or 3 cubic yards, or 4.5 tons of pea gravel to cover 300 square feet at standard depth of 3 inches deep, and 50 cubic foot or 1.8 cubic yards or 3 tons of pea gravel at 2 inches deep for your footpath, patio, or driveway. Maths calculation:- 1) 3 inches in feet = 3÷12 = 0.25 feet, 2) volume of landfill = 300×0.25 = 75 cubic feet. Thus, you will need approximately 75 cubic foot, or 3 cubic yards, or 4.5 tons of pea gravel for 300 square feet at standard depth of 3 inches deep.

**How much pea gravel do i need to cover 400 square feet**

You will need approximately 100 cubic foot, or 4 cubic yards, or 6 tons of pea gravel to cover 400 square feet at standard depth of 3 inches deep, and 70 cubic foot or 2.6 cubic yards or 4 tons of pea gravel at 2 inches deep for your footpath, patio, or driveway. Maths calculation:- 1) 3 inches in feet = 3÷12 = 0.25 feet, 2) volume of landfill = 400×0.25 = 100 cubic feet. Thus, you will need approximately 100 cubic foot, or 4 cubic yards, or 6 tons of pea gravel for 100 square feet at standard depth of 3 inches deep.

**How much pea gravel do i need to cover 500 square feet**

You will need approximately 125 cubic foot, or 5 cubic yards, or 7 tons of pea gravel to cover 500 square feet at standard depth of 3 inches deep, and 85 cubic foot or 3.15 cubic yards or 5 tons of pea gravel at 2 inches deep for your footpath, patio, or driveway. Maths calculation:- 1) 3 inches in feet = 3÷12 = 0.25 feet, 2) volume of landfill = 500×0.25 = 125 cubic feet. Thus, you will need approximately 125 cubic foot, or 5 cubic yards, or 7 tons of pea gravel for 500 square feet at standard depth of 3 inches deep.

**How much pea gravel do i need to cover 1000 square feet**

You will need approximately 250 cubic foot, or 10 cubic yards, or 14 tons of pea gravel to cover 1000 square feet at standard depth of 3 inches deep, and 170 cubic foot or 6.3 cubic yards or 9.5 tons of pea gravel at 2 inches deep for your footpath, patio, or driveway. Maths calculation:- 1) 3 inches in feet = 3÷12 = 0.25 feet, 2) volume of landfill = 1000×0.25 = 250 cubic feet. Thus, you will need approximately 250 cubic foot, or 10 cubic yard, or 14 tons of pea gravel for 1000 square feet at standard depth of 3 inches deep.

**How much pea gravel do i need to cover 80 square feet**

You will need approximately 20 cubic foot, or 0.75 cubic yards, or 1.1 tons or 2200 pounds of pea gravel to cover 80 square feet at standard depth of 3 inches deep, and 14 cubic foot or 0.50 cubic yards or 0.75 tons of pea gravel at 2 inches deep for your footpath, patio, or driveway. Maths calculation:- 1) 3 inches in feet = 3÷12 = 0.25 feet, 2) volume of landfill = 80×0.25 = 20 cubic feet. Thus, you will need approximately 20 cubic foot, or 0.75 cubic yards, or 1.1 tons of pea gravel for 80 square feet at standard depth of 3 inches deep.

**How much pea gravel do i need to cover 120 square feet**

You will need approximately 30 cubic foot, or 1.11 cubic yards, or 1.66 tons or 3,300 pounds of pea gravel to cover 120 square feet at standard depth of 3 inches deep, and 20 cubic foot or 0.75 cubic yards or 1.1 tons of pea gravel at 2 inches deep for your footpath, patio, or driveway. Maths calculation:- 1) 3 inches in feet = 3÷12 = 0.25 feet, 2) volume of landfill = 120×0.25 = 30 cubic feet. Thus, you will need approximately 30 cubic foot, or 1.11 cubic yards, or 1.66 tons of pea gravel for 120 square feet at standard depth of 3 inches deep.

**How much pea gravel do i need to cover 150 square feet**

You will need approximately 38 cubic foot, or 1.5 cubic yards, or 2 tons of pea gravel to cover 150 square feet at standard depth of 3 inches deep, and 25 cubic foot or 1 cubic yard or 1.5 tons of pea gravel at 2 inches deep for your footpath, patio, or driveway. Maths calculation:- 1) 3 inches in feet = 3÷12 = 0.25 feet, 2) volume of landfill = 150×0.25 = 38 cubic feet. Thus, you will need approximately 38 cubic foot, or 1.5 cubic yards, or 2 tons of pea gravel for 150 square feet at standard depth of 3 inches deep.

**Conclusion:**

Cubic yard gravel calculator: Yards of gravel = Cubic feet of excavation × 0.037 or Cubic feet of excavation ÷ 27. To calculate how many cubic yards of gravel you will need for excavation, multiply the total cubic feet needed by the 0.037 to get cubic yards of gravel.