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Average number of scans4677

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I'm interested to find out your average number of scans per 1000 sq feet. My first home was 3492 sq. feet and I did 84 scans. I also did the garage but I don't think that is include in the livable space so maybe it's really only 78 scans. That puts me at around 22 scans per 1000 sq feet.

I have another home I'm scanning on on Thursday that's 4400 sq. feet. I want to try and keep it under the 100 scans. Using the 22 number, that will put me at 98 scans.

What's your experience?
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Our average from a few hundred scans is 32 pr 1000 SqFt, but we┬┤re UK based and the properties here have more floors and rooms pr sqft than US properties.
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Some iGuide stats: average iGuide home size is 2400 sqft and has 22 panos, which results in 9.2 panos per 1000 sqft.
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