Ideally, the

**area**of the common spaces should be**calculated**and added proportionately to each flat. However, this practice is rarely followed. As a thumb rule, most builders take 1.25 as the multiplying factor to**calculate super built up area**, multiplying the carpet**area**by 1.25.Likewise, people ask, how carpet area is calculated?

To

**calculate**your total square footage for a room, just multiply your room width and length together. Here is what a 10 x 10 room would add up to 13.33 yards: (Remember,**carpet**comes 12 feet wide) That is 12' width x 10' length = 120 square feet divided by 9 = 13.33 yards.What is a built up area road?

In the UK

**Highway**Code, a**built**-**up area**is a settled**area**in which the speed limit of a**road**is automatically 30 mph (48 km/h). These**roads**are known as 'restricted**roads**' and are identified by the presence of street lights.What is the difference between plinth area and built up area?

**Built**-

**Up Area**or

**Plinth Area**- Total covered

**area**of the apartment or commercial property unit. It can be calculated by adding

**areas**of utility ducts within property unit, internal and external walls to the carpet are. As a rule of thumb,

**built up area**can be calculated by adding 10% loading factor on carpet

**area**.