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Calculate your outdoor area

Quickly create a personal look with a range of outdoor floor decking in different materials and colors. 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.
Wooden flooring that fits the outdoor space perfectly, with a potted plant in a metal plant pot and a white wall behind.

    1. Calculate the size of your space

    To calculate your outdoor area, multiply the length by the width. For example, width 10 ft × 16 ft = 160 ft2. Calculate any areas to be subtracted from the total area, for example pillars or corners.

    A white plastic outdoor chair with a red outdoor table and a plant in a plant pot on a balcony with designed flooring.

      2. Calculate how many packages you need

      Divide the sum by 8.72 and round up (to ensure enough floor decking). For example, 160 ft2 ÷ 8.72 = 18.34. Rounded up, that means you need 19 packages.

      A pair of hands holding some floor covering that looks like grass turf, above a wooden floor of dark brown wooden slats.

        Get going with ready-made calculations

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