**How do I measure my counter top? **

## Our goal is to make it easy for you to measure the square footage of your existing kitchen counter tops or bathroom vanity tops for an estimation. These measurements are for estimation purposes only, we will not cut your new counter tops according to these measurements!

Draw a layout of your kitchen on a piece of paper. Draw the layout as if you are looking at it from above. Make sure you include the areas where back splashes, island, bars, sink, refrigerator, and stove are located. Use a tape measure for measuring the counters in inches.

**Examples:**

**To Measure Section A:**

Take the wall dimension of Section A & minus the depth of Section B

125 1/2" - 25 1/2 " = 100"

Take this number & multiply by the depth of Section A

100" x 25" = 2500 sq. in.

Divide this number by 144

2500 / 144 = 17.36 sq. ft.

**To Measure Section B:**

Take the wall dimension of Section B & multiply by the depth of Section B

60" x 25 1/2 " = 1530 sq. in.

Divide this number by 144

1530 / 144 = 10.63 sq ft.

Add the total of Section A & Section B & round to the nearest 1/4 sq. ft.

17.36 + 10.63 = 27.99 Sq. ft.

The counter top total is 28 Sq. Ft.

Take the length of the top & multiply by the depth 75" x 36" = 2700 sq. in. Take this number & divide by 144.

2700 / 144 = 18.75 Sq. Ft.

The counter top total is 19 Sq. Ft.

2700 / 144 = 18.75 Sq. Ft.

The counter top total is 19 Sq. Ft.

**To Measure Section A:**

- Take the length of Section A & multiply by the depth of Section A

72" x 30" = 2160 sq. in. - Divide this number by 144

2160 / 144 = 15.0 sq. ft.

**To Measure Section B:**

- Take the length of Section B & multiply by the depth of Section B

54" x 30" = 1620 sq. in. - Divide this number by 144

1620 / 144 = 11.25 sq. ft. - Add the total of Section A & Section B & round to the nearest 1/4 sq. ft.

15.0 + 11.25 = 26.25 sq. ft.

The counter top total is 26 1/4 " sq. ft.