Calculating the square meterage and cost of the wood flooring for your space
Wood flooring is packaged in a variety of packs and sizes, and our flooring is not packaged in standardised pack sizes as we manufacture and distribute flooring in the most efficient and sustainable way.
You will find on each of our product pages a price calculator to give an estimate price for a specified area. Simply input room measurements and the price for that area will be shown. If you are wondering how to measure a room, read below.
Examples of rectangular and L-shaped rooms
Measuring Rectangular rooms
Square or rectangular shaped rooms are nice and easy. Simply measure the width and length of the room and multiply them together.
For example, with a width of 6.5m and length of 5.1m: 6.5 x 5.1 = 33.15 M2
Measuring L-shaped rooms
With an L-shaped room, you simply have the divide the room into two easy to measure rectangular areas. Again measure the lengths and widths of each space and multiply them by each other.
Example: 6.5 x 5.1 = 33.15 M2 + 3.5 x 2.1 = 7.35 M2
Total = 40.5M2
Don’t forget to factor in wastage!
The most important thing to remember is to allow for wastage when purchasing wood flooring. Unfortunately rooms are not always built with the precise measurements of the flooring you choose! Because of this, a degree of cutting and reconfiguring is always necessary. Remember the 7-10% extra for boards and 10-15% for parquet.