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www.todayshomeowner.com/cubic-yard-calculator

A cubic yard is the volume of material which fits in a space one yard wide by one yard deep by one yard high. Use our cubic yard calculator for your next project. ... Need to figure out cubic yards for fill dirt!!!!! Thanks. Kyle Says: February 25th, 2016 at 5:09 pm.

www.ataktrucking.com/materials-calculator-old/dirt-calculator

Dirt calculator will estimate how many cubic yards of dirt fill you will need for you desired coverage area. The materials calculator offers 4 "Box" area fields and 2 "Circular" area fields for you to calculate multiple areas simultaneously (back yard, front yard, driveway, garden, etc.).

www.soildirect.com/calculator/cubic-yard-calculator

Cubic Yard Calculator. We sell all of our online materials by the cubic yard. A cubic yard is equal to 27 cubic feet. You can use the online calculator to determine how many cubic yards of material are required. As a general guide, 1 cubic yard of aggregate, sand, or dirt is equivalent to 1.5 tons.

www.gardenguides.com/79734-calculate-yards-topsoil-needed.html

Learning how to calculate yards of topsoil needed will allow you to purchase the correct amount of soil to suit your yard size. Adding topsoil will improve your soil conditions and allow your yard or garden to become well established and healthy with proper care.

homeguides.sfgate.com/estimate-volume-fill-dirt-84205.html

Calculate the volume of dirt needed to fill the area you measured by multiplying length (120 inches) by width (60 inches) by depth (30 inches). ... It will require 1.82 cubic yards of dirt to fill ...

yardscut.com/how-much-dirt.htm

How Much Dirt Do I Need? (or how many cubic yards of soil do I need?) Use this conversion calculator to figure out how many cubic yards of dirt or soil (or any bulk cubic measurement of something -mulch, sand, silt . . .) to order.

www.inchcalculator.com/soil-calculator

4. The result is the volume of soil required for your project. You will need to figure the number of bags depending on what size you buy. No matter how you get your total, if you need a lot, consider buying in bulk by the cubic yard (or cubic meter). The calculator above provides this volume for you.

www.gardeners.com/how-to/soil-calculator/7558.html

If you'll be filling more than one raised bed, you may want to buy your soil in bulk — by the cubic foot or cubic yard. Use the Soil Calculator to figure out the total amount of soil you'll need for each bed. For most situations, we recommend these proportions: 60 percent topsoil; 30 percent compost

www.topsoilcalculator.net

Use this topsoil calculator to find out how much topsoil you need to buy for your yard. Enter the area to be covered and the desired thickness, and we'll tell you how much topsoil to get.

www.customtopsoil.com/calculator.html

Custom Topsoil provides Topsoil, Mulch, Wood Chips, Compost, Fill (Nubbies) to customers throughout the Buffalo area. Pick up or Delivery in WNY. Calculate the number of cubic yards of material you will need.