Need help working out how many loads you might have to get rid of? Heres some info that might help!

To work it out is simple if you know how!

Length x width x depth. For example - A front yard is 6 m x 10 m = 60 m2

If you want to go down 100mm for say mulch, grass or pave you simply times 60 by .1 (.1 represents 100 mm) 60 x .1 = 6 m3

If you want to go down 50 mm then times the total area (ie length x width) by .05. 60 x .05 = 3 m3

If you want to go down 30mm then times the total area (ie length x width) by .03. 60 x .03 = 1.8 m3

And so on.

We have a 5 m3 truck so you can roughly work out how many loads you have to take away.

Hopefully this information gives you a bit of an idea on how to work out what loads you have to take away.

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