**How to calculate bricks per square foot** | How to calculate bricks per square feet | how to calculate bricks quantity | how to calculate quantity of bricks | how to calculate the quantity of bricks.

As we know brickwork is masonry work used to cover as internal and external brick wall in the house made by bricklayer using bricks and cement mortar in different ratio. Brick wall may be load bearing or non- load bearing structure.

Bricks are made of mixture of clay sand and water, they have uniform shape and size, their sizes are different in different nation. But we use nominal size of brick in calculation. In United States, United kingdom’s, India and rest part of world have different standard size of bricks and also some are available on localy based.

Various countries have various standard brick size and dimensions, however, brick can be made in multiple shapes and sizes, depending on its application.

If bricks are large, it is difficult to burn them properly and they become too heavy to be placed with a single hand. On the other hand, if bricks are small, more quantity of mortar is required. Hence, a standard dimension is determined for various brick works.

In United States standard size of bricks are 8″× 3 5/8″ × 2 1/4″, In United Kingdom standard size of bricks are 8 5/8″× 4 1/8″ × 2 5/8″, in Australia, standard size of bricks are 230× 110× 76 mm, in Canada standard size of bricks are 8″×3 5/8″× 2 1/4″ and in India nominal size of bricks used are 8″ × 4″ × 4″ (length: width: thickness).

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In this article we will explain how to calculate bricks per square foot | How to calculate bricks per square feet | how to calculate bricks quantity | how to calculate quantity of bricks | how to calculate the quantity of bricks.

**How to calculate bricks per square foot**

How to calculate bricks per square foot we will follow the following steps:-

● **Standard dimension of bricks are 8″× 4″× 4″**:- standard dimension of bricks are 190× 90× 90 mm adding 10mm mortar we will get nominal size of bricks as 200× 100× 100 mm or 8″× 4″× 4″.

● **Area of one brick = 8″× 4″ = 32 sq. Inches**:- we have nominal size of bricks 8″× 4″× 4″ with respect to length, width and thickness. So area of one bricks by multiplying Length and width, area = 8″× 4″ = 32 sq. Inches.

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● **1 square foot = 12″× 12″ = 144 sq. Inches**:- as we know 1 foot is equal to 12 inches, so 1 square foot = 12″× 12″ = 144 sq. Inches.

● **Bricks per square foot = 144/32 = 4.5 nos**:- calculating bricks per square foot by dividing 144 square inches by area of one brick in square inches, such as 144/ 32 = 4.5 nos, so there are 4.5 nos bricks per square foot.