Landscape & Sprinkler Calculators
Welcome to Lannen’s Lawn & Sprinkler’s calculator page. Here, you can easily calculate the square footage of your yard and estimate your water usage to help you plan your landscaping projects.
Map Developers‘ Area Finder is a tool that allows users to measure the area of a specific location on a map. Users can simply click on the map to mark multiple points and the tool will automatically calculate the total area enclosed by those points. The area can be displayed in a variety of units, including square feet, square meters, acres, and hectares. The tool also provides a feature to add markers and labels to the map, as well as the option to save the map and measurements for later use. It is a useful tool for real estate professionals, property owners, landscapers, and anyone else who needs to quickly and accurately measure the area of a specific location on a map.
To calculate the size of your lawn, you will need to measure the length and width of your lawn in feet. Then, multiply the length by the width to get the total square footage of your lawn.
For example, if your lawn is 50 feet long and 40 feet wide, the total size of your lawn would be 2000 square feet (50 x 40 = 2000).
Note: This calculator is intended to provide a rough estimate of the size of your lawn. The actual size may vary slightly due to factors such as irregular shapes or slope.
Lawn Size Calculator
Total size: square feet
The new rates mean that since July 1, Rio Rancho single family residential water utility customers have been paying a monthly meter charge of $9.20, and $4.25 per 1,000 gallons for the first 6,000 gallons.
By comparison, Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Authority customers pay a $8.63 monthly meter charge, and $2.23 per 1,000 gallons for water. (The Water Authority bills it as $1.67 per 748 gallons.)
Water Cost Calculator
Enter the number of gallons used:
Cost for Albuquerque Water Authority: $
Cost for Rio Rancho Water Authority: $
To calculate the amount of gravel needed for a specific area and depth, use the following formula:
For example, if you want to cover an area of 100 square feet with a 2″ depth of gravel:
100 sq ft / 120 sq ft per ton = 0.83 tons
Keep in mind that these are approximate values and the actual coverage may vary based on the size and shape of the gravel and the level of compaction. It’s always a good idea to order a little extra to account for any variations and to have some extra on hand for any future needs.
Enter the area of your yard in square feet:
Select the desired depth of gravel in inches:
You will need approximately tons of gravel.