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To find out approximately how many metric tons you might need to complete a job please use the below calculator. You will need to find out the volume of the space you are trying to fill in with a type of material. Once you have the volume the calculator will do the rest. In order to get the volume you need the length and width in feet and the depth which you need to provide in inches (usually you are not going very deep). If you are going quite deep then please convert to inches. 12 inches = 1 foot.     Seven inches is 7/12 feet which equals 0.58 feet so 2 feet 7 inches would be typed in as 24.58 inches for the depth.
Sand To You is not responsible for an inaccurate or wrong estimate of the number of metric tons or amount of cubic yards required by the below calculations. The calculations are approximately how much material you might require.

To calculate the approximate amount of metric tons of birdseye (pea gravel) you need please fill out the below:

Length of area in feet: feet    Width feet    Depth inches

To calculate the approximate amount of metric tons of three quarter inch clear crush (gravel) you need please fill out the below:

Length of area in feet: feet    Width: feet    Depth: inches

To calculate the approximate amount of metric tons of three quarter inch road base you need please fill out the below:

Length of area in feet: feet    Width: feet    Depth: inches

To calculate the approximate amount of metric tons of sand you need please fill out the below:

Length of area in feet: feet    Width: feet    Depth: inches

To calculate the approximate amount of cubic yards of topsoil you need please fill out the below:

Length of area in feet: feet    Width: feet    Depth: inches

An Example: One full dump truck load is about 14 metric tons. So if you think you need half a load then type 7 meaning 7 metric tons. If you need a quarter of a load then type 3.5 meaning 3.5 metric tons. If you need 3 loads then type 42 meaning 42 metric tons. (We got 42 by multiplying 14 times 3 to get 42).
Again, Sand To You is not responsible for an inaccurate or wrong estimate of the number of metric tons or amount of cubic yards required by the above calculations.