# Area in squares

W

#### WebBoard

##### Guest
From: Garry T

Hi

Could somebody please tell me how big a 'square' is in property terms?

Garry

Last edited by a moderator:
From: Sim' Hampel

I believe that a square is about 10 square metres... so if you have a 10 square house, that is equivalent to 100 square metres.

Some of the more 'experienced' people on the forum may be able to provide a more specific definition... I'm way to young to be dealing in non-metric measurements ;-)

Last edited:
From: Dave

Hi,

If a property is 130 square meters in size, that's, 14.008 squares - you divide the sq/mtr amount by 9.28.

Cheers,

Dave

Last edited by a moderator:
From: Gerard C

9.28 square meters per square, and I'm not much older than you Sim, just work in the building industry!
GerardC

Last edited by a moderator:
From: Anonymous

Hi
A square in the imperial language is 100 square feet ie 10 feet by 10 feet.
In metric terms this transcribes to 9.29 square metres.
Hope this helps
Peter

Last edited by a moderator:

Replies
20
Views
3K
Replies
7
Views
2K
Replies
2
Views
3K
Replies
1
Views
3K
Replies
1
Views
3K