Skirting Measurement Chart

Skirting Measurement Chart

Measuring Formula

If your home size is not listed above, or if you just need enough skirting to finish a deck, provided below is a simple formula to calculate panels for any linear foot or average height. First, measure your linear foot or length. Then multiply by 12 to calculate total linear inches. Next, measure your height at several different points along the area to be skirted. Then, add all your measurements together and divide by the number of measurements taken. This gives you a good average height. The panels are 144” long, so take 144”and divide it by your average height. Round the figure down to the next whole number. This tells you how many cuts, individual or useable panels you’ll get out of each 144” piece. Next, take that whole number and multiply by 16 (the panels are 16” wide). This tells you how many linear inches each 144” panel will cover. Then, take that figure and divide it into your total linear inches. Finally, round up to the next whole number. This is the total number of 144” panels needed for your job.


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