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How to calculate total internal area of a house?
I am trying to find out the total internal area of my house. Does this mean I have to add up all the rooms and add them or just measure the total area of 1 floor and multiply by 2 (as the house is 2 floors). Also do I include the area of the loft? It is a storage loft with light. Not a living space.
- Yveeranki 17th Mar, 2011 New Builds
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If upstairs is same size as down stairs, then just measure your down stairs floor area and double it.
I wouldnt include the roof space.
- B J D BUILDING/ROOFING 17th Mar, 2011
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hi you simply measure the length of the building and multiply the width then double that figure then add the loft area if you need to
- Finebuild Builders 18th Mar, 2011
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Measure the length of the house multiply by the width this will give you the square metridge of the area then multiply by 2.
Example 7metres x 5metres = Total 35m2 (sq metres) x 2 = 70m2 Then do the same for loft if needed.
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