- How many sq ft are in a ton?
- How many square feet will a 40 lb bag of rock cover?
- How do I calculate what size air conditioner I need?
- How many tons is 2200 square feet?
- How many tons is 1600 square feet?
- What size AC do I need for 2000 square feet?
- How many square feet does a ton of asphalt cover?
- How do you calculate tons?
- How many square feet does a 3 ton AC unit cover?
- Which AC is best for 300 sq ft room?
- What size AC unit do I need for 1700 square feet?
- How many tons of AC do I need per square foot?

## How many sq ft are in a ton?

Coverage Guidelines One Ton of Rock Covers: 240 square feet – 1″ deep.

120 square feet – 2″ deep.

80 square feet – 3″ deep..

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

ft., covers approximately 3 sq. ft. for a depth of 2 in.

## How do I calculate what size air conditioner I need?

To calculate the size, simply multiply the length times the width of the room or area to be cooled. Then, as a practical number, multiply that total times 25 BTU. This allows ample cooling, whether it is a rainy, moist day or a hot, sunny, humid day.

## How many tons is 2200 square feet?

3.5 ton unitFor example, a 2,200 sq. ft. house divided by 600 = 3.6666. So you would want to install a 3.5 ton unit.

## How many tons is 1600 square feet?

ZONE 1ZONE 31.5 Tons600 – 900 sf600 – 1000 sf2 Tons901 – 1200 sf1001 – 1300 sf2.5 Tons1201 – 1500 sf1301 – 1600 sf3 Tons1501 – 1800 sf1601 – 1900 sf3 more rows

## What size AC do I need for 2000 square feet?

STEP 1: Determine how many BTUs of heating and tons of AC you needHouse Square FootageBTUs Needed1,200 – 1,40023,0001,400 – 1,50024,0001,500 – 2,00030,0002,000 – 2,50034,00010 more rows

## How many square feet does a ton of asphalt cover?

The density of asphalt is generally given at 140 lbs per cubic foot (I have assumed you would like this in imperial as you use feet) At that density a ton ( 2240 lbs) is 16 cubic feet so it now comes down to how thick you want the coating, at 1 inch thick the ton will cover 12 x 16 (192) square feet.

## How do you calculate tons?

Length in feet x Width in feet x Depth in feet (inches divided by 12). Take the total and divide by 21.6 (the amount of cubic feet in a ton). The final figure will be the estimated amount of tons required.

## How many square feet does a 3 ton AC unit cover?

METHOD 2: Go by square feet + climateHVAC System SizingBlueGreen2.5 tons1401-1650 sf1351-1600 sf3 tons1651-2100 sf1601-2000 sf3.5 tons2101-2300 sf2001-2250 sf8 more rows

## Which AC is best for 300 sq ft room?

What size GE room air conditioner is right for you?Room Size*Cooling Capacity150–250 Sq. Ft.6,000–6,300 BTU300–400 Sq. Ft.8,000–8,900 BTU400–450 Sq. Ft.9,900–10,500 BTU450–550 Sq. Ft.11,600–12,000 BTU4 more rows

## What size AC unit do I need for 1700 square feet?

Furnace and Air Conditioner size for a detached 2-storey homeHouse square footage *Furnace Output [BTU/hr]Air Conditioner size [ton]1300 to 1700 sq ft45,000 BTU/hr1.5 ton1700 to 2500 sq ft55,000 BTU/hr2 to 2.5 ton2500 to 3500 sq ftup to 65,000 BTU/hr2.5 to 3 ton3500 to 4500 sq ftup to 80,000 BTU/hr3.5 to 4 ton3 more rows•May 26, 2017

## How many tons of AC do I need per square foot?

Understand here that the standard practice among HVAC contractors sizing air conditioners for new homes is to use a rule of thumb. It’s often in the neighborhood of 1 ton of air conditioning capacity for each 600 square feet of conditioned floor area, usually abbreviated 600 sf/ton.