Metal fills, which are used after routing to eliminate or reduce metal thickness variations due to copper chemical-mechanical polishing (CMP), increase the capacitances in a circuit. Although current extraction tools are accurate in handling grounded fills and regular interconnects, for floating fills, these tools are based on certain approximations, such as assuming the floating fills are grounded or each fill is merged with neighboring ones. In order to reduce such inaccuracies, we provide a design of experiments (DOE), which will be used in addition to what is avaialbe in the extraction tools for regular interconnects. Through the proposed DOE set, a design house or mask house can generate normalized fill tables to remove the inaccuracies of the extraction tools in the presence of floating fills. The capacitance values are updated using these normalized fill tables. The proposed DOE enables extensive analyses of the fill impacts on coupling capacitances. We show that the assumptions used in extractors result in significant inaccuracies through extensive 3D field solver simulations. We present analyses of fill impacts for an example technology, as well as provide an analysis using the normalized fill tables to be used in the extraction flow for three different standard fill algorithms.