The number of bricks you need for 10 square meters depends on the size of the bricks used and their coverage area. Generally it is 60 bricks per m2 for a half brick wall or a single layer wall, so you will need approximately 600 bricks per 10 square meters of area.

The size of a standard brick in the UK without the addition of mortar is 215mm long, 102.5mm wide and 65mm high. After adding 10mm of mortar, the nominal UK brick size is 225mm long, 102.5mm wide and 75mm high, so 225 x 102.5 x 75mm.

To determine how many bricks you need per square meter, first, you need to calculate the area of one brick: area of one brick = length of brick × width of brick, area of one brick = 0.225 meters × 0.075 meters = 0.0169 square meters

Then, you divide the one square meter by the area of one brick to find out how many bricks you need: number of bricks per m2 = area / Area of one brick = 1 square meter / 0.0169 square meters ≈ 60 bricks. Therefore, there are 60 bricks per square meter, so, you would need approximately 600 bricks to cover 10 square meters.

However, you should consider buying more bricks than you need, as waste is inevitable in building projects. So it is a good idea to buy 5-10% more bricks than you need to accommodate this. In the example we have used, 10% of 600 is 60, so we have to add 600 to 60, which leaves us with 660. We will need 660 bricks in total for 10 square meters.

Generally, there are 60 bricks per square meter if you are building a half-brick wall or a one layer wall or single skin wall. Or if you are building a one-brick wall or two-layer wall or double skin wall, then there are 120 bricks required per square meter.

**Here’s are general guidelines for how many bricks do I need per square meter:**–

- The actual size of UK brick is without the addition of mortar is 215mm long, 102.5mm wide and 65mm high.
- After adding 10mm of mortar, the nominal UK brick size is 225mm long, 102.5mm wide and 75mm high, so 225 x 102.5 x 75mm.
- A half-brick wall (or a one layer wall or single skin wall) requires 60 bricks per square meter
- A one-brick wall (or two-layer wall or double skin wall) requires 120 bricks per square meter.

For example, if the width is 2.25m and the height is 4m, then you would multiply these numbers together to get the answer of 9m2. Once you have worked out the surface area, you can multiply this figure by the number of bricks per square metre, so you would multiply 9 by 60, which will leave you with 540. So you will need 540 bricks bricks for 9 square meters.

**Bricks for single skin walls- brick calculator**

A half-brick wall or a one layer wall or single skin wall) requires 60 bricks per square meter. The total number of bricks for the single skin wall is: number of bricks = Wall height (metres) x wall length (metres) x 60.

For example, If you want to build 2 metres height wall with 5 metres length of single skin wall. So total number of bricks = 2m x 5m x 60 =600 bricks, add 10% wastage, 10% of 600 is 60, so we have to add 600 to 60, which leaves us with 660. So, 660 bricks you needed for build 10 square meters single skin wall.

**Bricks for double skin walls- brick calculator**

A one-brick wall or a double layer wall or double skin wall) requires 120 bricks per square meter. The total number of bricks for the double skin wall is: number of bricks = Wall height (metres) x wall length (metres) x 120.

For example, If you want to build 2 metres height wall with 10 metres length of double skin wall. So total number of bricks = 2m x 10m x 120 =2400 bricks, add 10% wastage, 10% of 2400 is 240, so we have to add 2400 to 240, which leaves us with 2640. So, 2640 bricks you needed for build 20 square meters double skin wall.

**Here’s are table for how many bricks do I need for amount of square meters:-**

Squares meters of Brickwork |
Bricks for single skin wall |
Bricks for double skin wall |

1m2 | 60 | 120 |

2m2 | 120 | 240 |

3m2 | 180 | 360 |

4m2 | 240 | 480 |

5m2 | 300 | 600 |

6m2 | 360 | 720 |

7m2 | 420 | 840 |

8m2 | 480 | 960 |

9m2 | 540 | 1080 |

10m2 | 600 | 1200 |

**Conclusions:**

Generally there are 60 bricks per m2 for a half brick wall and 120 bricks per m2 for a single brick wall. So you need about 600 bricks for half a brick wall and 1200 bricks for a single brick wall to cover 10 square meters.