# How much pea gravel do I need for 400 square feet?

### Table of Contents

- How much pea gravel do I need for 400 square feet?
- How much pea gravel do you need per square foot?
- How many sq ft does a ton of pea gravel cover?
- How many square feet will a 40 lb bag of rock cover?
- How much is a dump truck full of gravel?
- How many feet are in a ton of gravel?
- How much does a 50 lb bag of gravel cover?
- How much area does a 50 lb bag of gravel cover?
- How many square feet does a 50 lb bag of gravel cover?
- How to calculate pea gravel volume and area?
- How to calculate how much gravel you need for a driveway?
- How to calculate how much gravel you need for an earthwork project?
- Can a gravel calculator be used for pebbledashing?

### How much pea gravel do I need for 400 square feet?

How many yards are in a ton of pea gravel?

Coverage (Square feet) | 400 | sq ft |
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Volume (Cubic feet) | 67 | cu ft |

Volume (Cubic yards) | 2.5 | cu yd |

Estimated amount (Pounds) | 5,951 | lb |

Estimated amount (Tons) | 2.98 | ton |

### How much pea gravel do you need per square foot?

The most general consensus of coverage is **100 square feet at a 2-inch depth**. Using this amount of coverage, the typical weight of pea gravel is a ton of material.

### How many sq ft does a ton of pea gravel cover?

Pea Gravel Coverage: Each ton covers approximately **60 square feet at 4" deep**, 80 square feet at 3" deep, or 120 square feet at 2" deep.

### How many square feet will a 40 lb bag of rock cover?

Secondly, how many square feet will a 40 lb bag of rock cover? ft., covers approximately **3 sq.** **ft**.

### How much is a dump truck full of gravel?

Truck Load of Gravel Cost. A truck load of gravel costs **$1,350 or more with a 10**-yard minimum, including delivery and spreading based on the rock type, amount, truck size (double or tri-axle), and travel distance. Most rock-fill jobs use a 3-man crew plus a tractor for $46 per hour that spread 12 cubic yards per hour.

### How many feet are in a ton of gravel?

One ton of gravel is approximately **18 cubic feet**. One ton of gravel covers an estimated 80 to 100 square feet when poured 2 inches deep.

### How much does a 50 lb bag of gravel cover?

Helpful? A: Each 50-pound bag of QUIKRETE® All-Purpose Gravel contains approximately **0.5 cubic feet** of gravel. To cover an area of 37 feet by 25 feet at 2 inches deep, you will need 154.2 cubic feet, or 309 50-pound bags.

### How much area does a 50 lb bag of gravel cover?

A 50-pound bag of pea gravel is equivalent to **0.5 cubic foot**, so two 50-pound bags cover 1 cubic foot. Knowing that a 50-pound bag of pea gravel averages 0.5 cubic foot makes the calculation easy — and one most smartphone calculators can complete.

### How many square feet does a 50 lb bag of gravel cover?

2 square feet
Consider a ½ cubic foot bag of stone or soil weighs about 50 lbs and will cover **2 square feet at** 3" deep.

### How to calculate pea gravel volume and area?

Pea gravel calculator formula Based on the measurements you provide, you can work out the area and volume of the required pea gravel using the formulae detailed below: $$Area = Length times Width$$ $$Volume = Area times Depth$$

### How to calculate how much gravel you need for a driveway?

Calculating an accurate estimate of how much gravel or aggregate you need for a driveway is simple with our gravel calculator. All you need to know is the desired length and width of the driveway, along with what gravel depth you need. You can get an estimate right now using the calculator above. How much gravel do I need for my garden?

### How to calculate how much gravel you need for an earthwork project?

An online gravel calculator helps to estimate how much gravel in volume and weight you need to complete your earthwork project. However, by using this online gravel cost calculator you come to know how much the gravel material will cost you!

### Can a gravel calculator be used for pebbledashing?

The gravel calculator is not for use with Pebbledashing Aggregates, Resin Bonded Aggregates and Rubber Chippings. If you would like to estimate how much of these aggregates you will need for your project, please contact us and we will be able to help you directly.