Originally Posted by mdshunk
He's saying use cubic feet and not square feet. Bathrooms have all different ceiling heights.
Yes, I do understand that bathrooms all have different ceiling heights...
...But, I guess I misunderstood what was meant. I was thinking 'dimensions' not SF.
(In my mind, I was grouping 'dimensions' and SF together as the same concept)
We deal with 'cubic feet' alot outside: when using concrete, demolition, excavation, etc... but inside the home we are used to always using and thinking in 'dimensions and SF'.
Thanks for clearing that up ...