How much unit of aggregate required for 1000 sq ft house? The amount of aggregate required for a 1000 square foot house would depend on various factors, such as the thickness of the concrete slab or the type of construction you’re planning. Generally, you’d need to calculate the volume of aggregate needed based on the specific requirements of your project. To estimate the amount of aggregate, you would typically need to know the thickness of the concrete or the specific use of the aggregate (e.g., for a foundation, driveway, etc.)

When we are planning of new house construction there is a lot of questions arises in our mind how much unit of aggregate required for 1000 sq ft house. Looking around your budgets and plan to estimate. Construction of your house estimate consist of all direct and indirect cost of building materials such as aggregate or stone, sand, cement and steel.

We know that aggregate is consist of fine aggregate and coarse aggregate of different size 10 mm, 20 mm and 40mm. 10 mm size of aggregate is fine aggregate, 20 mm is medium one and 40 mm aggregate is coarse aggregate.

Aggregate are used as construction material in Building, Bridge, dams Construction aggregate, or simply aggregate, is a broad category of coarse- to medium-grained particulate material used in construction, including sand, gravel, crushed stone, slag, recycled concrete and geosynthetic aggregates. Aggregates are the most mined materials in the world.

One unit of aggregate is equal as 100 cubic feet or 1 brass. One unit of aggregate = 1 brass which is equal to 100 cubic feet volume and it is also used as measuring of surface area of 100 square foot. 100cft is equal to 1unit of aggregate hence 100cft = 1unit

The terms “**unit**” is used locally in tamilnadu for measuring majorly for sand, 20mm aggregate (**mukka jally**), 40mm aggregate(1.5″ jally). Usually lorry suppliers use this term often because they supply those above said materials. Lorries comes with 1unit, 2unit ,4 unit lorry, 7unit, 8unit capacity.

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**How much unit of aggregate required for 1000 sq ft house**

Coarse aggregates are generally used for making concrete mixing with sand, cement and water. They should be required size in 10mm, 20mm, clean and dense to increase the strength of the concrete. As per thumb rule 1.35 cubic feet of aggregate or stone is used per sq ft of built- up area of house, so that makes a total of 135 cubic feet of aggregate for 100 sqft.

**Quantity of aggregate required per sq ft**

For house construction, ground floor building, using thumb rule, you will need approximately 0.0135 unit or 1.35 cubic feet of coarse aggregate/ stone / coarse sand per sq ft of built – up area, so aggregate required per sq ft = built – up area × 1.35 in cubic feet.

As per thumb rules and guidelines, for 100 sq ft house construction you will need approximately 1.35 unit or 135 cubic feet of coarse aggregate/ stone. As 1.35 cubic feet of aggregate or stone is used per sq ft of built- up area of house, so that makes a total of 135 cubic feet (1.35 unit, 1.35 brass, 3.8 m3 or 5.4 tons) of aggregate required for 100 sqft.

As per thumb rules and guidelines, for 200 sq ft house construction you will need approximately 2.7 unit or 270 cubic feet of coarse aggregate/ stone. As 1.35 cubic feet of aggregate or stone is used per sq ft of built- up area of house, aggregate required = 200×1.35 = 270 cft, so that makes a total of 270 cubic feet (2.7 unit, 2.7 brass, 7.7 m3 or 10.8 tons) of aggregate required for 200 sqft.

**Aggregate/coarse sand quantity required for 500 sq ft house**

For 500 sq ft house construction, ground floor building, using thumb rule, you will need approximately 6.75 unit or 675 cubic feet of coarse aggregate/ stone. As 1.35 cubic feet of aggregate or stone is used per sq ft of built- up area of house, aggregate required = 500×1.35 = 675 cft, so that makes a total of 675 cubic feet (6.75 unit, 6.75 brass, 19 m3 or 27 tons) of aggregate required for 500 sq ft house.

**Aggregate/coarse sand quantity required for 600 sq ft house**

For 600 sq ft house construction, ground floor building, using thumb rule, you will need approximately 8.1 unit or 810 cubic feet of coarse aggregate/ stone. As 1.35 cubic feet of aggregate or stone is used per sq ft of built- up area of house, aggregate required = 600×1.35 = 810 cft, so that makes a total of 810 cubic feet (8.1 unit, 8.1 brass, 23 m3 or 32.5 tons) of aggregate required for 600 sq ft house.

**Aggregate/coarse sand quantity required for 800 sq ft house**

For 800 sq ft house construction, ground floor building, using thumb rule, you will need approximately 10.8 unit or 1080 cubic feet of coarse aggregate/ stone. As 1.35 cubic feet of aggregate or stone is used per sq ft of built- up area of house, aggregate required = 800×1.35 = 1080 cft, so that makes a total of 1080 cubic feet (10.8 unit, 10.8 brass, 31 m3 or 43 tons) of aggregate required for 800 sq ft house.

**Aggregate/coarse sand quantity required for 900 sq ft house**

For 900 sq ft house construction, ground floor building, using thumb rule, you will need approximately 12.15 unit or 1215 cubic feet of coarse aggregate/ stone. As 1.35 cubic feet of aggregate or stone is used per sq ft of built- up area of house, aggregate required = 900×1.35 = 1215 cft, so that makes a total of 1215 cubic feet (12.15 unit, 12.15 brass, 34.5 m3 or 49 tons) of aggregate required for 900 sq ft house.

**Aggregate/coarse sand quantity required for 1000 sq ft house**

For 1000 sq ft house construction, ground floor building, using thumb rule, you will need approximately 13.5 unit or 1350 cubic feet of coarse aggregate/ stone. As 1.35 cubic feet of aggregate or stone is used per sq ft of built- up area of house, aggregate required = 1000×1.35 = 1350 cft, so that makes a total of 1350 cubic feet (13.5 unit, 13.5 brass, 38 m3 or 54 tons) of aggregate required for 1000 sq ft house.

**Aggregate/coarse sand quantity required for 1200 sq ft house**

For 1200 sq ft house construction, ground floor building, using thumb rule, you will need approximately 16.2 unit or 1620 cubic feet of coarse aggregate/ stone. As 1.35 cubic feet of aggregate or stone is used per sq ft of built- up area of house, aggregate required = 1200×1.35 = 1620 cft, so that makes a total of 1620 cubic feet (16.2 unit, 16.2 brass, 46 m3 or 65 tons) of aggregate required for 1200 sq ft house.

**Aggregate/coarse sand quantity required for 1400 sq ft house**

For 1400 sq ft house construction, ground floor building, using thumb rule, you will need approximately 18.9 unit or 1890 cubic feet of coarse aggregate/ stone. As 1.35 cubic feet of aggregate or stone is used per sq ft of built- up area of house, aggregate required = 1400×1.35 = 1890 cft, so that makes a total of 1890 cubic feet (18.2 unit, 18.2 brass, 54 m3 or 76 tons) of aggregate required for 1400 sq ft house.

**Aggregate/coarse sand quantity required for 1500 sq ft house**

For 1500 sq ft house construction, ground floor building, using thumb rule, you will need approximately 20.25 unit or 2025 cubic feet of coarse aggregate/ stone. As 1.35 cubic feet of aggregate or stone is used per sq ft of built- up area of house, aggregate required = 1500×1.35 = 2025 cft, so that makes a total of 2025 cubic feet (20.25 unit, 20.25 brass, 57 m3 or 81 tons) of aggregate required for 1500 sq ft house.

**Aggregate/coarse sand quantity required for 1600 sq ft house**

For 1600 sq ft house construction, ground floor building, using thumb rule, you will need approximately 21.6 unit or 2160 cubic feet of coarse aggregate/ stone. As 1.35 cubic feet of aggregate or stone is used per sq ft of built- up area of house, aggregate required = 1600×1.35 = 2160 cft, so that makes a total of 2160 cubic feet (21.6 unit, 21.6 brass, 61 m3 or 87 tons) of aggregate required for 1600 sq ft house.

**Aggregate/coarse sand quantity required for 1800 sq ft house**

For 1800 sq ft house construction, ground floor building, using thumb rule, you will need approximately 24.3 unit or 2430 cubic feet of coarse aggregate/ stone. As 1.35 cubic feet of aggregate or stone is used per sq ft of built- up area of house, aggregate required = 1800×1.35 = 2430 cft, so that makes a total of 2430 cubic feet (24.3 unit, 24.3 brass, 69 m3 or 97 tons) of aggregate required for 1800 sq ft house.

**Aggregate/coarse sand quantity required for 2000 sq ft house**

For 2000 sq ft house construction, ground floor building, using thumb rule, you will need approximately 27 unit or 2700 cubic feet of coarse aggregate/ stone. As 1.35 cubic feet of aggregate or stone is used per sq ft of built- up area of house, aggregate required = 2000×1.35 = 2700 cft, so that makes a total of 2700 cubic feet (27 unit, 27 brass, 77 m3 or 108 tons) of aggregate required for 2000 sq ft house.

**Aggregate/coarse sand quantity required for 2400 sq ft house**

For 2400 sq ft house construction, ground floor building, using thumb rule, you will need approximately 32.4 unit or 3240 cubic feet of coarse aggregate/ stone. As 1.35 cubic feet of aggregate or stone is used per sq ft of built- up area of house, aggregate required = 2400 ×1.35 = 3240 cft, so that makes a total of 3240 cubic feet (32.4 unit, 32.4 brass, 92 m3 or 130 tons) of aggregate required for 2400 sq ft house.

**Aggregate/coarse sand quantity required for 2200 sq ft house**

For 2200 sq ft house construction, ground floor building, using thumb rule, you will need approximately 29.7 unit or 2970 cubic feet of coarse aggregate/ stone. As 1.35 cubic feet of aggregate or stone is used per sq ft of built- up area of house, aggregate required = 2200 ×1.35 = 2970 cft, so that makes a total of 2970 cubic feet (29.7 unit, 29.7 brass, 84 m3 or 119 tons) of aggregate required for 2200 sq ft house.

**Aggregate/coarse sand quantity required for 2500 sq ft house**

For 2500 sq ft house construction, ground floor building, using thumb rule, you will need approximately 33.75 unit or 3375 cubic feet of coarse aggregate/ stone. As 1.35 cubic feet of aggregate or stone is used per sq ft of built- up area of house, aggregate required = 2500 ×1.35 = 3375 cft, so that makes a total of 3375 cubic feet (33.75 unit, 33.75 brass, 96 m3 or 135 tons) of aggregate required for 2500 sq ft house.

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**Aggregate/coarse sand quantity required for 3000 sq ft house**

For 3000 sq ft house construction, ground floor building, using thumb rule, you will need approximately 40.5 unit or 4050 cubic feet of coarse aggregate/ stone. As 1.35 cubic feet of aggregate or stone is used per sq ft of built- up area of house, aggregate required = 3000 ×1.35 = 4050 cft, so that makes a total of 4050 cubic feet (40.50 unit, 40.5 brass, 115 m3 or 162 tons) of aggregate required for 3000 sq ft house.

**Conclusions**:-

As per thumb rule, you will need approximately 1.35 cubic feet or 0.0135 unit of coarse aggregate per sq ft of house construction, so that makes a total of 1350 cubic feet (13.5 unit, 13.5 brass, 38 m3 or 54 tons) of aggregate required for 1000 sq ft house.