# How to Convert Square Metres to Square Feet?

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Need to switch from square metres to square feet (or the other way around) but are unsure how to do it?

Look no further! Our free, easy-to-use conversion tool will do the job for you. Our guide also offers all the answers to your questions, explaining the conversion between these two units.

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

Converting from square metres to square feet isn’t something you do often, however when the time comes that you need to, it can be confusing.

Therefore, to convert square metres to square feet, you just need to multiply the area you want in square metres by 10.76.

For example, if you want to convert 100 metres into feet the equation would be as follows:

100 x 10.76 = 1,076 square feet

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

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

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

To use a converter from square metres to square feet or square feet to square metres, 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 the 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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Alexandre Desoutter has been working as editor-in-chief and head of press relations at HelloSafe since June 2020. A graduate of Sciences Po Grenoble, he worked as a journalist for several years in French media, and continues to collaborate as a contributor to several publications. In this sense, his role leads him to carry out steering and support work with all HelloSafe editors and contributors so that the editorial line defined by the company is fully respected and declined through the texts published daily on our platforms. As such, Alexandre is responsible for implementing and maintaining the strictest journalistic standards within the HelloSafe editorial staff, in order to guarantee the most accurate, up-to-date information on our platforms and expert as possible. Alexandre has in particular undertaken for two years now the implementation of a system of systematic double-checking of all the articles published within the HelloSafe ecosystem, able to guarantee the highest quality of information.