How Many Shingles Come in a Bundle?

In a standard bundle of three-tab shingles, there are 29 shingles. Every shingle is 12 inches long and 36 inches wide. Three bundles are needed to make a square, which is 100 square feet in roofing.

When heavier-than-usual roofing materials are used, the manufacturer puts fewer shingles in a package so that the product is still easy to handle. With heavier materials, a square might have four or five bundles, each with fewer shingles than a normal bundle.

Owens Corning sells shingles that are a metric square. Each shingle is 13 1/4 by 39 3/4 inches, and 65 shingles are used to cover 99.98 square feet. With the metric square, there are 22 shingles in each bundle.

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