Stone Coverage & Patterns

Make sure you order the right amount of material when you take advantage of our list of common estimations for general stone coverage. The figures below are estimates based on general use.

Broken Ashlar
Coursed Ashlar
Coursed Rubble
Flagstone/Builders
Random Ashlar
Square Rubble
Builder’s Grade (3” to 5”)
Saw Chop40-45 sqft
Flagstone40-45 sqft
Ledgestone35-40 sqft
Patio
2 1/4 Saw Cut70-73 sqft per ton
1 1/4 Saw Cut120-123 sqft per ton
Natural (1”-3”)65-70 sqft per ton
Oklahoma 1”125 sqft per ton
Oklahoma 2”75-80 sqft per ton
Drystack
6” x 6”20–30 sqft
6” x 8”20–25 sqft
6” x 10”18-20 sqft
6” x 12”15-18 sqft
8” x 8”20–22 sqft
8” x 10”18-20 sqft
8” x 12”12-14 sqft
Regular Chop
4-10” face heights42-45 sqft
Flagstone
3-5” Thick40-42 sqft

Linear Foot Per Ton

Whenever you are working with saw cut material, it’s important to note that the first size is the height of the actual face. The second measurement is the depth where the material sits. Lengths will vary between 12” and 28”.

2 1/4” x 10”84-88 LF
2 1/4” x 12”69-73 LF
2 1/4” x 14”60-63 LF
2 1/4” x 16”51-55 LF
4” x 4”119-123 LF
4” x 8”78-82 LF
4” x 10”51-55 LF
6” x 4”37-41 LF
6” x 6”29-33 LF
6” x 8”24-26 LF
6” x 10”29-33 LF
6” x 12”37-41 LF
8” x 4”58-62 LF
8” x 6”37-41 LF
8” x 8”28-31 LF
8” x 10”22-24 LF
8” x 12”18-20 LF
10” x 10”17-19 LF
10” x 12”14-16 LF
12” x 12”11-13 LF