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Calculate your outdoor area

Quickly create a personal look with a range of outdoor floor decking in different materials and colours. They click together, so it is easy to upgrade your outdoor flooring.

Wooden-look outdoor flooring in sections, under an outdoor sofa with white upholstery and a book on it.
Wooden-look outdoor flooring in sections, under an outdoor sofa with white upholstery and a book on it.

1. Calculate the size of your space

To calculate your outdoor area, multiply the length by the width. For example, width 3 m × 5 m = 15 m2. Calculate any areas to be subtracted from the total area, like pillars or corners. For example, corner width 0.5 m × length 1.0 m = 0.5 m². The correct subtracted area is then: 15 m² – 0.5 m² = 14.5 m².

2. Calculate how many packages you need

Divide the sum by 0.81 and round up (to ensure enough floor decking). For example, 14.5 m2 ÷ 0.81 = 17.90. Rounded up, that means you need 18 packages.

Get going with ready-made calculations

When you have your total area of space, these calculations tell you how many flooring packages are needed to cover it.

The most common examples:

2 m2 needs 3 packages

5 m2 needs 7 packages

7 m2 needs 9 packages

10m2 needs 13 packages

12m2 needs 15 packages

18m2 needs 23 packages

20m2 needs 25 packages

25m2 needs 31 packages

30m2 needs 37 packages