# Square meters to square feet : our free conversion tool

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Need to switch from square meters to square feet (or the other way around) but struggling to know how to do it?

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Our square meters to square feet converter and the guide below will give you all the answers.

Summary

## How do I convert square meters to square feet?

Converting meters to feet is not always easy, but converting square meters to square feet seems even less intuitive.

In reality, 1 square meter is roughly equivalent to 10.76 square feet. So, to convert from square meters to square feet, you just need to multiply your area in square meters by 10.76. This will give you an approximate measurement of your area in square feet.

For example, you want to convert an area of 100 square meters to square feet. So you make 100 * 10.76 and thus get 1,076 square feet.

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## How do I convert square feet to square meters?

Conversely, if you want to convert an area in square feet to an area in square meters, you only have to divide your area in square feet by 10.76 to get your area in square meters. For example, you want to convert an area of 5,000 square feet to square meters. So you put 5000 / 10.76 and get 464.68 square meters.

## How to use a converter from square meters to square feet?

To use a converter from square meters to square feet or square feet to square meters, all you have to do is choose the direction you want to convert, enter the area to convert, and read the result.

Our calculator does the conversion between the two measurement systems for you.

## Some conversion examples between Metric System and Imperial System

You can find some examples of conversions between the Metric system and the Imperial system in the table below:

## In which provinces of Canada is which system used?

Canadians use a happy mix of units of measure borrowed from both the Metric and Imperial systems, whether in Quebec or the English-speaking provinces. You can’t find your way around if you’re not a native.

Measurements of distances, lengths and areas are a perfect example. The measurement system used will depend on what you want to measure:

• Height of a person: imperial
• Measurement in a building: imperial
• Building size: imperial or metric
• Distance and speed of cars: metric
• Apartment size: imperial
• Land area: imperial
• Lengths of a plot: imperial
• Weight of a person: imperial
• Food weight: imperial or metric.
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