# Floorboard Calculator UK | Easy Calculate How Many You Need

Welcome to the Floorboard Calculator!

Whether you’re planning a home renovation or embarking on a DIY project, our Calculator is here to make your life easier.

No more guessing or complex calculations – simply input your room dimensions and floorboard specifications, and let our calculator do the rest.

# Floorboard Calculator

Designed with user-friendliness in mind, our calculator offers a seamless experience.

Just fill in the room width, room length, floorboard width, and floorboard length, and with a click of a button, you’ll receive accurate results on the number of floorboards required for your project.

Our sleek and intuitive interface ensures that even if you’re not a seasoned DIY enthusiast, you can effortlessly navigate and utilize the tool.

So, whether you’re covering a small bedroom or a sprawling living space.

## Floor board Calculator

#### How many floorboards do i need?

To calculate how many floorboards you need for a given room using the provided calculator, follow these steps:

1. Enter Room Dimensions:
• Input the width of the room in meters in the “Room Width (meters)” field.
• Input the length of the room in meters in the “Room Length (meters)” field.
2. Enter Floorboard Dimensions:
• Input the width of each floorboard in millimeters in the “Floorboard Width (millimeters)” field.
• Input the length of each floorboard in millimeters in the “Floorboard Length (millimeters)” field.
3. Calculate:
• Click the “Calculate” button.
4. View Results:
• The calculator will display the following results:
• Room Area in square meters.
• Board Area in square meters.
• Number of Floorboards Needed (rounded up).

These results will give you an estimate of how many floorboards you need for your room based on the dimensions you provided. Keep in mind that the actual number of floorboards required might vary due to factors such as layout, waste, and adjustments during installation.

Remember that this calculator provides an approximation, and it’s always a good idea to purchase a few extra boards to account for errors and waste during installation.

## FAQ’s

### What is the average floorboard size?

#### Author Profile

Mark Cullen
I have many qualifications and certificates in construction, such as City & Guilds, CPCS and CITB. These are the highest standards of training and competence in the industry. Whether you need help with plumbing, carpentry, bricklaying or any other trade, I’m here to help you succeed.