Project Calculators

Whether you're thatching your tiki hut, attaching bamboo wall panels, or installing bamboo fencing, use these calculators to check the amount of materials you'll need.

 

Wall Panel CalculatorBamboo Paneling Calculator

Calculating the number of bamboo panels you'll need to cover a room can be tricky. You'll need to consider the panel size, the area of the room, the number of windows and doors to cover around. Use this tool to get a good idea of rolls you'll need to buy.   » See More

 

Wall Slat CalculatorBamboo Wall Slat Calculator

Calculating the number of wall slats needed can be difficult due to the size of slats. You'll need to consider the size of the slat, the area of the room, any windows and doors to cover around. Use this tool to get a good idea of how many slats you'll need to buy. » See More

 


 

Bamboo Fence Calculator Bamboo Fencing Calculator

Estimating the number of bamboo fence panels required is pretty easy. Use this to to calculate the number of fence panels needed by inputting how many linear feet you'll need to span, and let the calculator do the work. This will estimate the amount required to the next panel. » See More

 

Bamboo Flooring CalculatorBamboo Flooring Calculator

Estimating the amount of wood flooring you need is not quite as simple as it seems. Enter the dimensions of the room to be covered,and we'll estimate the amount of flooring you'll need to buy. If your room has irregular dimensions divide it into regular areas. measure each area, and add the totals. » See More 

 


 

Palm Thatch CalculatorPalm Thatch Panel Calculator

Use this tool to estimate how many 4 foot x 4 foot palm thatch panels are needed. This tool assumes you're double layering and using at least a 12 inch overhange from the bottom of the eave. » See More


Palm Thatch CalculatorPalm Thatch Runner Calculator

Use this tool to estimate how many 30 inch x 57 foot palm thatch runners are needed. his tool assumes you're double layering and using at least a 12 inch overhange from the bottom of the eave. » See More