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All Construction and landscaping materials such as concrete, gravel, dirt, topsoil, mulch, rock, stone, pea gravel and sand are measured in two units, their volume is measured in cubic yard and their surface area is measured in square foot. You need to know conversion of square feet to cubic yards, cubic yards to square feet and how many square feet is in a yard.

Gravel is one of the most important building material collected from river basin, mountains, rocks, small rocks, pebbles, loose and dry sand, aggregate and pea gravel. Pea gravel is chosen best for walkway because it is round in shape of small size which make it most comfortable to work on. Gravel is made of rock is to build roads, path, driveway, Patio, pedestrian, pavement, pathways, roadways, landscaping, and etc.

Concrete is the mixture of Portland cement, sand (fine aggregates), gravel (coarse aggregate), water and different types of approved admixture or ingredients. The concrete is used for various purpose such as casting of different slab, for making patio, ramps, footing, filling holes, holes post, different types of column, beam, shelter house, street, pathway, roadway, house construction, bridge formation, making heavy dams, canals and channels and in different types of construction industry.

Cubic yard is unit of measurement of volume which is represented by 3 feet long by 3 feet wide by 3 feet tall, multiply all these three dimensions length, width and tall, (3’×3’×3′ = 27 cubic feet) you will get 1 cubic yard is equal to 27 cubic feet. Cubic yard is simply written as yard, so 1 yard = 27 cubic feet.

**Thus, formula for 1 Cubic yard = 3 feet long × 3 feet wide × 3 feet tall = 27 cubic feet.**

Square feet is the unit of measurement of surface area represented by one foot long by one foot wide, multiply length times with you will get square feet. Thus, **formula for square feet = Length × width.** Now question is that how you convert square feet to cubic yards or cubic yards to square feet.

Dirt is landscaping material contain topsoil, fill dirt, clay soil, mixture with made of rocks, loose and dry sand aggregate and gravel also can be used as for landscaping and to fill the hole.

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In this article you know about how many square feet is in a yard of concrete, mulch, gravel, dirt, topsoil and sand and also know about how to convert cubic yards into square feet or square feet to cubic yards.

The mulch is a layer of material made by different ingredient of wooden chips applied to the surface of soil for your garden vegetables and crops, it enhancing the visual appearance of your garden, mulch is put surrounding the trees, path, flower bed to increase their beauty and prevent from soil erosion.

**How to convert square feet to cubic yards**

To convert square feet to cubic yards, proceed as follows: measure all dimension in feet. Multiply Length and Width to determine area in square feet. Multiply the area to depth to find volume in cubic feet. Divide the volume in cubic feet by 27 to get the volume in cubic yards.

Thus, formula for conversion of square feet to cubic yards: volume in cubic yards = (Area in square feet × depth in feet) ÷ 27.

**Step to convert square feet into cubic yards, proceed as follow:-**

1) Determine the area by using the appropriate formula and converting the unit of area to square feet

2) Measure the depth or height area and convert it to feet as well

3) Multiply the area and depth/ height and you will get volume in cubic feet

4) Divide the volume in cubic feet by 27 to get the volume in cubic yards.

**For example**:- To convert 216 square feet of concrete to cubic yards at 3 inches thick. Ans. maths calculation: 1) 3 inches in feet = 3 ÷ 12 = 0.25′, 2) Volume in cubic feet = 216 × 0.25 = 54, 3) Volume in cubic yards = 54 ÷ 27 = 2 yards.

**How to convert cubic yards to square feet**

To convert cubic yards to square feet, proceed as follows: Multiply the volume in cubic yards with 27 to get the volume in cubic feet. Divide the volume by depth or height measured in feet. You have calculated the area in square feet.

Thus, formula for conversion of cubic yards to square feet: Area in square feet = (Volume in cubic yard × 27) ÷ depth in feet.

**Steps to convert cubic yards to square feet, proceed as follows:-**

1) Measure the depth/ height in feet

2) Multiply the volume in cubic yards with 27 to get the volume in cubic feet

3) Divide the volume in cubic feet by depth or height measured in feet to get area in square feet

4) You have calculated the area in square feet.

**For example:-** To convert 2 cubic yards of concrete into square feet at 4 inches thick. Ans. maths calculation:- 1) 4 inches in feet = 4 ÷ 12 = 0.33′, 2) Volume in cubic feet = 2 × 27 = 54, 3) Area in square feet = 54 ÷ 0.33 = 164 square feet.

**How many square feet is in a yard**

There are approximately 100 square feet is in a yard at suggested depth of 3 inches thick. Formula: Square feet = Cubic yards × 100. This is thumb rule that will work for most of gravel, dirt, topsoil, rocks, stone, pea gravel, concrete, mulch, and sand products.

**How many square feet is in a yard of concrete**

There are approximately 80 square feet is in a yard of concrete at suggested depth of 4 inches thick, 108 square feet at 3 inches thick, 65 square feet at 5 inches thick, 162 square feet at 2 inches thick, 54 square feet at 6 inches thick, 40 square feet at 8 inches thick, 32 square feet at 10 inches thick, and 27 square feet at 12 inches thick.

**How many square feet is in a yard of gravel**

There are approximately 100 square feet is in a yard of gravel at suggested depth of 3 inches thick, 80 square feet at 4 inches thick, 65 square feet at 5 inches thick, 162 square feet at 2 inches thick, and 324 square feet at 1 inch thick.

**How many square feet is in a yard of sand**

There are approximately 100 square feet is in a yard of sand at suggested depth of 3 inches thick, 80 square feet at 4 inches thick, 65 square feet at 5 inches thick, 162 square feet at 2 inches thick, and 324 square feet at 1 inch thick.

**How many square feet is in a yard of dirt**

There are approximately 100 square feet is in a yard of dirt at suggested depth of 3 inches thick, 80 square feet at 4 inches thick, 65 square feet at 5 inches thick, 162 square feet at 2 inches thick, and 324 square feet at 1 inch thick.

**How many square feet is in a yard of mulch**

There are approximately 324 square feet is in a yard of mulch at suggested depth of 1 inch thick, 162 square feet at 2 inches thick, and 108 square feet at 3 inches thick.

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**How many square feet is in a yard of topsoil**

There are approximately 100 square feet is in a yard of topsoil at suggested depth of 3 inches thick, 80 square feet at 4 inches thick, 65 square feet at 5 inches thick, 162 square feet at 2 inches thick, and 324 square feet at 1 inch thick.

**Conclusions:**

There are approximately 100 square feet is in a yard at suggested depth of 3 inches thick. Formula: Square feet = Cubic yards × 100. This is thumb rule that will work for most of gravel, dirt, topsoil, rocks, stone, pea gravel, concrete, mulch, and sand products.