# How Many Interlocking Pavers per m2?

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## How Many Interlocking Pavers per m2?

Interlocking stones are widely used in side roads, pedestrian sidewalks and all private areas. They have a width of 16.5 cm, a length of 20 cm and a thickness of 6 or 8 cm. The weight of one interlocking paving stone with these dimensions is about 5 kilograms. It is necessary to use **36** of these stones to cover one square meter of area.

How many interlocking paver stones are needed per square meter varies depending on the size of the keystones and the laying method. The dimensions of the paving stones may also vary according to the standards of the manufacturing companies and countries. In addition, these dimensions may vary depending on different designs and usage purposes. Some stones may be larger and thicker, while others may be smaller and thinner. Additionally, paving stones used in different patterns may have different sizes.

## How Many Square Meters is a Pallet of Pavers?

While one of the pallets containing 360 interlocking paving stones covers an area of approximately **10** square meters, one of the pallets containing 540 stones covers approximately **15** square meters.

## How Many Paving Stones per 20 Square Meters?

Approximately **720 to 750** interlocking paving stones with a width of 16.5 cm, a length of 20 cm and a thickness of 6 or 8 cm are required for 20 square meters. In this case, 2 pallets of paver will be enough for 20 square meters.

## How Do I Calculate How Many Paver Stones I Need?

Generally, you need to follow a few steps to determine how many interlocking paving stones you will use per square meter:

**1)** Determine the dimensions of the interlocking paving stones to be used. For example, let’s assume that the dimensions of the interlocking paving stones you will use are 10 cm x 20 cm.

**2)** Then measure the width and length of the area to be tiled with stones in metres. For example, let’s consider an area 4 meters wide and 5 meters long. The area of this area in square meters will be 4 m x 5 m = 20 square meters.

**3)** Using the dimensions of the interlocking paving stones, calculate the area each one covers. For example, a 10 cm x 20 cm interlocking paving stone covers an area of 0.10 m x 0.20 m = 0.02 square meters.

**4)** Finally, you can find out how many interlocking paving stones are required by dividing the area in square meters of the area to be paved by the area covered by each interlocking paving stone. For example, if interlocking paving stones with a surface area of 0.02 square meters are to be laid on an area of 20 square meters, 20 square meters / 0.02 square meters = 1000 pieces of 20 centimeters by 10 centimeters interlocking paving stones will be required.

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