The average backsplash is roughly **30 square feet** and can be made of nearly any material. With varying material costs, this can lead to large price ranges for the project.

## Also question is, how big is a kitchen backsplash?

Purpose of the Backsplash

A **20 inch** backsplash extending from the countertop to highly positioned upper cabinets provides a lot more coverage and better protection than an 8 inch backsplash.

**Multiply the tile length by the width**to figure the area that one tile will cover in square inches. Divide the result by 144 to convert it to square feet. Then, divide the area you’re tiling by the square footage of one tile to determine how many tiles you need.

## In this manner, how do you measure square Metres of tile?

**Multiply the length and width or height or your wall or floor**. This will give you the number of square meters you have. Then multiply the length and width of the tiles you propose to use this will give you the square meter area of the tile.

## How much does 12×12 tile cover?

Add up the square footage of all the areas to be tiled. Since a 12 by 12 ceramic tile is **one square foot**, the number of square feet equals the number of tiles you need to cover the floor space. However, you should allow for cutting tiles to fit or breakage, so add 20 percent to your measurement.

## How much should a kitchen backsplash cost to install?

Backsplash Installation Cost

Installing a backsplash in your kitchen costs an **average of $1,000**. You could pay as little as $600 or as much as $1,350. Your local tile contractor could charge you a minimum fee of $160 for labor, or add $10 per square foot to your material estimate.

## What is subway tile?

Subway tile gets its name from the look of the tiles in the New York City subway system, though those early tiles were actually made of white glass. Subway tile is by definition a **rectangular, thick, low-fired, glazed ceramic tile**, traditionally 3″ by 6″, though it comes in a variety of sizes for home use.