# How Much Gravel Do I Need

## How do I calculate how much gravel I need?

Measure the length and width of your driveway in feet. Multiply the length by the width to get surface area and divide the result by three because 4 inches is 1/3 of a foot. You now have the volume of gravel needed in cubic feet. Divide the volume in cubic feet by 27 because there are 27 cubic feet in a cubic yard. via

## What area will 1 ton of gravel cover?

Therefore if you wish to apply them at a 50mm depth (the normal depth for a driveway) one tonne will cover 14 square metres. For pedestrian pathways, 35mm is normally sufficient in which case 1 tonne will be sufficient to cover approximately 20 square metres. via

## How much crushed gravel do I need calculator?

Multiply the length (L), in feet, by the width (W), in feet, by the height (H), in feet, and divide by 27. This will tell you how many cubic yards of crushed stone you need. via

## How much does a 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. via

## What area will a 25kg bag of gravel cover?

As a rule of thumb 1 of our 25kg bags will cover an area of 0.25m to a recommended depth of 50mm. via

## How deep should I lay gravel?

Decorative aggregates should be laid at a depth of 50mm. This ensures proper coverage without revealing the surface below. Laying the gravel too deep will mean you sink into the surface and it becomes difficult to walk across. via

## How do you prepare ground for gravel?

• Clear the space of all vegetation.
• Remove weeds and carefully take out plants you want to keep and introduce back into your gravel garden.
• Dig over the ground once or twice to enhance the condition of the top layer of soil.
• Rake well to even out the surface and break down any lumps and bumps.
• ## How much gravel covers an area?

If you want to cover an area with gravel, 1 to 2 inches should be sufficient depending on the size of the gravel. If you are using 3/4" inch gravel or larger figure on at least 2 inches in depth to get good coverage. via

## How many yards is a ton of gravel?

1 cubic yard of gravel weight is 2800 lb, in United States, 1 ton of gravel is equal to 2000 pounds, convert tons of gravel to cubic yards = 2000/2800 = 0.714 cubic yards, so there are 0.714 cubic yards in a ton of gravel. via

## What size gravel do I need for my driveway?

In general, driveway gravel should be relatively large, between about 3/8 and 3/4 inch in diameter, as compared to the gravel used for footpaths, which is typically 1/4 to 3/8 inch in diameter. Another factor to consider is the amount of very small granular material, called "fines," in the gravel. via

## What's the best gravel for a driveway?

These are the best options for driveway surfaces gravel, because they are small stones combined with rock dust, which makes a more solid driving surface.

• Crushed Stone #411. It is crushed up #57 stone combined with rock dust.
• Quarry Process.
• Pea Gravel.
• Jersey Shore Gravel.
• Marble Chips.
• Blackstar or Blacktrap Rock.
• ## How many yards is a ton of crushed stone?

Most gravel and crushed stone products have similar weights per ton. A general rule of thumb when converting cubic yards of gravel to tons is to multiply the cubic area by 1.4. For your reference, gravel typically weighs 2,800 pounds per cubic yard. In addition, there are 2,000 pounds to a ton. via

## How much is a ton of pea gravel?

Pea Gravel Cost Per Ton

The price range for a single ton of pea gravel is between \$10 and \$50, although this price drops to about \$20 per ton if you buy at least 10 tons. Colored pea gravel costs an additional \$20 to \$50 per ton above these prices. via