The number of bricks needed for a 10′ × 10′ brick wall can vary based on the size of the bricks and the mortar gaps. Typically, you would need around 500 bricks for a single layer of standard-sized bricks with standard mortar joints.

How many bricks in 100 square feet, hi guys in this article we know about how many bricks in 100 square feet (10′ ×10′ brick wall) of 4 inch, 9 inch and 13 inch.

**Brickwork** is masonry produced by a bricklayer in which brick lie above one another, using bricks and mortar. Typically, rows of bricks called courses are laid on top of one another to build up a structure such as a brick wall. Bricks may be differentiated from blocks by size.

**Brick size** used in India are different types Some are modular bricks and other are non modular, brick dimension measure in Length breadth and depth, in this topic we talk about modular size of brick that is 8″ × 4″ × 4″ with mortar.

**How many bricks are used in 100 square feet**

For brick calculation we have to know about brick calculation formula, brick calculation formula describe about how to find number of brick in 100 square feet **(10′ ×10′ brick wall).**

**Number of brick = Built up Area/Area of brick**

How many bricks are required in 100 square feet built up area 10 feet × 10 feet brick wall we have to do calculation in following steps:

**● Step 1:-** we are taking modular size of brick in this calculation, modular size of brick is 190mm × 90mm ×90mm, and taking mortar thickness 10mm, then size of brick with mortar = 200mm ×100mm ×100mm, while measuring in foot = 8″ × 4″ × 4″.

**● Step 2:-** nominal brick size = 8″ × 4″ × 4″, taking two dimension length and width for area calculation, Area = Length × width = 8″ × 4″, converting inch into feet we now area = 0.666 ×0.333 = 0.222 sq ft, hance area of 1 nominal size of brick = 0.222 sq ft.

**● Step 3:-** we have brick wall area = 100 sq ft and nominal area of 1 brick = 0.222 sq ft, then number of brick is calculated by dividing Brick wall area by area of one brick,no of brick = Wall area/brick area = 100/0.222 = 450 nos for 4 inch wall, considering 5% wastage, then 5% of 450 = 23nos, add this we get = 450+23 = 473 nos for 4 inch wall, if wall is 9 inch, then double it = 473 ×2 = 946 nos, if wall is 13 inch, then triple it = 473×3 = 1419 nos.

**Question** is “how many bricks in 100 square feet? then there answer will be: 473 nos bricks are used in 100 square feet brick wall of 4 inch, if wall is 9 inch, then double it = 473 ×2 = 946 nos, if wall is 13 inch, then triple it = 473×3 = 1419 nos.

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**Conclusions:-**

The number of bricks needed for a 10′ × 10′ brick wall can vary based on the size of the bricks and the mortar gaps. Typically, you would need around 500 bricks for a single layer of standard-sized bricks with standard mortar joints.