The number of bricks you’ll need for a 10’x10′ (100 sq ft) patio depends on the size and type of bricks you plan to use, as well as the pattern you choose for laying them. On average, you can estimate that you’ll need about 450-500 standard 4″x8″x2.25″ paver bricks to cover a 100 sq ft area.

In this article you know about how do I calculate how many bricks i need per square foot for brickwork project, it will be patio, walkway or pavement. No matter, what the kind of a brickwork project, calculating the required number of bricks per square foot that helps to find out how many bricks are needed for the project as a whole.

We also need to know the square footage of the area, 1 brick coverage area where the bricks are needed, such as a wall or a patio. Once we have calculated these figures, we can estimate the amount of bricks needed for a 10’×10′ (100 sq ft) Patio. Include 5 to 10 percent of overage as well, in case of breakage or damaged bricks.

To determine how many bricks needed for Patio depends on brick size, generally in United States, according to US practices modular size of brick is 3 5/8″ × 2 1/4″ × 7 5/8″ in respect to their depth, height and length, and 3/8″ is taking for mortar joints between bricks.

Calculating the number of bricks per square foot helps to determine how many bricks are needed for the project such as Patio, sidewalk and pavement and you also need to know square footage of the area where the bricks are needed.

**How many bricks do i need for a 10’×10′ (100 sq ft) Patio**

**How do I calculate how many bricks I need for a 10’×10′ Patio?, this will be calculated in following ways:-**

● Measure the length and width of one brick, according to US practices modular size of brick is about 8″ in length and 4 inch in wide

● Multiply the length and width such as 8 in length by 4 inch wide, 8″ × 4″ = 32 square inch

● Divide 32 square inches by 144 (1 sq ft = 12’×12′ =144) to get square footage of one modular size brick such as 32÷144= 0.222 sq ft

● Divide 1 sq ft of Patio by area of one brick to get no. of modular bricks you needed for one square foot of Patio such as 1÷0.222 = 4.5 nos bricks, thus for a 100 sq ft patio you will need 450 (4.5×100= 450) no of bricks.

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**Or you can also calculate by this means directely such as:-**

● Calculate square footage of your Patio by multiplying their length and width such as 10’×10′ = 100 sq ft

● Divide 100 square footage area of Patio by area of one modular brick to figure out required number of bricks for a 10’×10′ Patio such as 100 ÷ 0.222 = 450 nos bricks, thus you will need 450 no of bricks for a 10’×10′ (100 sq ft) Patio if bricks that will install with their broad face up such as Patio.

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Regarding this,** “how many bricks do i need for a 10’×10′ Patio?”**, it’s depend on brick size, but generally according to US practices, generally you will need 450 no of modular bricks for a 10’×10′ (100 square footage) Patio, pavement or walkaway, if bricks that will install with their broad face up such as Patio. Include 5 to 10 percent of coverage as well, in case of breakage or damaged bricks.