So, now that we understand that the coverage area of a bundle can fluctuate, we can give a general range of how much a bundle of shingles weighs. A single square can weigh between 150-240 pounds, with a single bundle being between 50-80 pounds.

## What does 10 squares of shingles weigh?

Architectural shingles weigh about 400 lbs per square

# of Squares | Approximate Weight | Recommended Dumpster |
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10 Squares | 2 Tons | 15 Cubic Yard |

20 Squares | 4 Tons | 15 or 20 Cubic Yard |

30 Squares | 6 Tons | 30 Cubic Yard |

40 Squares | 8 Tons | 30 Cubic Yard |

## What does 20 bundles of shingles weigh?

Asphalt shingles typically weigh 60-80 pounds per bundle. Clay tile shingles are about 200-300 pounds per bundle. Steel roof panels range from 50-100 pounds per bundle, depending on how reinforced they are. Bundles of concrete tiles weigh about 200-300 pounds.

## How much does a bundle of laminate shingles weigh?

A bundle of standard 3-tab shingles weighs between 60 and 80 pounds, depending on the quality and type of shingle. Since it takes three bundles to fill one square, you can reasonably expect 100 square feet of roof shingles to weigh between 180 and 240 pounds.

## How much does roofing material weigh?

Roofing Material Weight Table

Weight of Roofing Materials | ||
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Roofing Material | Pounds per Square Foot (lb/ft2) | Pounds per Square (100 Sq. Ft.) |

Asphalt Shingles “3-Tab” or “Strip” | 1.95 lbs | 195 lbs |

Asphalt Shingles “Architectural”, “Dimensional”, or “Laminate” | 3.05 lbs | 305 lbs |

Asphalt Shingles “Luxury” | 4.25 lbs | 425 lbs |

## How much does 11 square of shingles weigh?

On average, one square of shingles typically weighs 150 to 240 lbs. The thickest and most dense roofing shingles may weigh 320 to 400 lbs per square.

## How much is 35 squares of shingles?

The average cost to install shingles is $5,250-$15,250, with the average homeowner paying $6,960 to install architectural asphalt shingles on a 1,500-square-foot roof.

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Roof Shingles Cost per Square.

Number of Squares | Cost (Including labor) |
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35 squares | $7,000 – $17,500 |

## How much does 1 pack of shingles cover?

In the roofing industry, squares refer to 100-foot portions of roofing. A single bundle of shingles usually contains enough to cover 33 square feet.

## How many bundles of shingles do I need for 2000 square feet?

The number of bundles or squares you need will depend on the surface area of your roof, and its pitch or slope. For example, a 2,000 square foot roof will require 20 squares or 60 bundles. A professional will likely purchase slightly more materials than necessary to ensure there is extra material if needed.

## How much does 1 square of shingles cover?

A square of shingles is the quantity needed to cover 100 sq. ft. of roof. Shingles are packaged in paper- or plastic-wrapped bundles designed to be light enough for a person to carry, so heavier shingles require more bundles per square.

## How many bundles of shingles are in a square?

Here are a couple more examples: A package of shingles is called a bundle. 3 bundles = 1 roofing square (98.4 sq. ft.)

## How many shingles are in a bundle?

The number of shingles in a bundle varies anywhere from 15 up to 29 shingles. Since some manufacturers of asphalt shingles make thicker shingles, they sometimes opt to have 4 bundles per 100 square feet of roof. Therefore these bundles will contain fewer shingles.

## How many bundles of shingles do I need calculator?

The most accurate way to calculate how many bundles of shingles you’ll need is to get up on the roof and measure each roof plane. If all the roof planes are rectangles, you simply need to multiply the length times the width of each plane to get the square footage; then you will add up the square footage of each plane.

## What size dumpster do I need for a 30 square roof?

2. Asphalt Shingle – Table

Number of Roofing Squares | Dumpster Size |
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30 | 12 Yard |

35 | 15 Yard |

50 | 20 Yard |

70 | 30 Yard |

## How do you calculate the weight of a roof sheet?

The formula for weight calculation is:

- l = length in mm.
- w = width in mm.
- t = thickness in mm.
- η = Specific material density ( e.g.: steel = 7.85 kg / dm³)