Enter the total number of bricks purchased and the total cost into the calculator to determine the cost per brick.

## Cost Per Brick Formula

The following equation is used to calculate the Cost Per Brick.

CPB = TC / B
• Where CPB is the cost per brick ($/brick) • TC is the total cost ($)
• B is the number of bricks

To calculate the cost per brick, divide the total cost of the bricks by the number of bricks.

## What is the Cost Per Brick?

Definition:

Cost per brick is a term used to describe the price of one brick. This term is used most often in construction.

## How to Calculate Cost Per Brick?

Example Problem:

The following example outlines the steps and information needed to calculate the Cost Per Brick.

First, determine the total cost of the lot. In this example, the total lot cost is $500.00. Next, determine the number of bricks purchased. For this example problem, the number of bricks purchased is 20. Finally, calculate the cost per brick using the formula above: CPB = TC / #B CPB =$500 / 20

CPB = \$25/brick

## FAQ

What factors can affect the cost per brick?
The cost per brick can be influenced by several factors including the type of brick, the quality, where it’s purchased from, the region it’s being sold in, and any bulk purchase discounts. Seasonal demand and transportation costs can also play a role.

Is it more cost-effective to buy bricks in bulk?
Generally, buying bricks in bulk can be more cost-effective due to volume discounts. Suppliers often offer lower prices per brick when purchased in larger quantities. However, this can vary based on the supplier’s pricing policy and the type of bricks being purchased.

How do I estimate the total number of bricks needed for a project?
To estimate the total number of bricks needed for a project, you’ll need to calculate the area to be covered and then consider the size of the brick. There are calculators available online, such as the “Bricks Per Square Foot Calculator,” that can help you estimate the number of bricks required based on the dimensions of the area and the size of the bricks.