**Yard of Concrete**: 4-inches thick – covers 81 square feet. 5-inches thick – covers 65 square feet. 6-inches thick – covers 54 square feet.

Also asked, how much concrete do I need for a 10×10 slab?

Using a **Concrete Calculator** You’ll also get the number of 40-pound, 60-pound, or 80-pound bags of **concrete** are needed for the project. For example, a 10′ x 10′ **slab** that is 4″ thick will **need** an estimated 1.23 yards^{3} or 75 60lb bags of **concrete** and will cost roughly $140.

Furthermore, how many feet will a yard of concrete cover? For instance, if the slab being put in is 4 inches thick, one cubic **yard of concrete covers** 81 square **feet**. If it is 8 inches thick, a cubic **yard** fills 41 square **feet**. If the slab is 1 foot thick, a cubic **yard covers** only 21 square **feet**.

Subsequently, one may also ask, how many yards of concrete do I need for a 20×20 slab?

For **concrete**, the formula for volume is as follows: length x width x thickness. To determine **how many** bags of **concrete** you will need, divide the total cubic **yards** needed by the yield. Use the following yields per each bag size: 40 pound bag yields .011 cubic **yards**.

How much concrete do I need for a 24×24 garage?

To pour a typical 10×10 **concrete** slab will cost $670 to $930, a 12×12 slab for a patio will cost $796 to $1,476, a 20×24 driveway slab runs between $1,440 and $3,360, and a **24×24** slab for a **garage** will cost $3,058 to $5,944. Get free estimates from **concrete** companies near you.

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How thick should a concrete driveway be?

**thickness**, non-reinforced pavement four inches

**thick**is standard for passenger car

**driveways**. For heavier vehicles, a

**thickness**of five inches is recommended. To eliminate standing water, the

**driveway should**be sloped towards the street a minimum of one percent, or 1/8 inch per foot, for proper drainage.

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How much is concrete per post?

**post**hole should be one-half of the above-ground

**post**height. (Example: For a 6 feet above ground

**post**, use a

**post**with an overall height of 9 feet and place 3 feet in the ground). The calculator will indicate the number of 50 lb. bags of QUIKRETE® Fast-Setting

**Concrete**you need.

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How many square feet does a 80lb bag of concrete cover?

**feet**, 60 pounds of

**concrete**mix yields . 45 cubic

**feet**and an 80-pound

**bag**yields . 60 cubic

**feet**.

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How much quikrete do I need for a 10×10 slab?

**80 pound**bags of QUIKRETE® Concrete Mix you need to build a 4″ or a 6″ slab.

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How many square feet is a yard of concrete 4 inches thick?

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How many 80lb bags of concrete make a yard?

**How many 80 lb bags of concrete**do I need for 1

**yard**? The finished volume of an 80#

**bag**of Sacrete or Quikrete (pre-mixed cement, sand and gravel) is 0.6 cubic foot (stated on the

**bag**). There are 27 cubic feet in a cubic

**yard**. Dividing 27 cubic feet by the volume of the

**bag**will give you the number of

**bags**you need.

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How many square feet are in a cubic yard?

1 YD | 10 YD | |
---|---|---|

Depth | ||

2 Inches | 162 sq.ft. | 1620 sq.ft. |

3 Inches | 108 sq.ft. | 1080 sq.ft. |

4 Inches | 81 sq.ft. | 810 sq.ft. |

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How do you prepare a concrete slab?

**Preparation is the most important aspect of pouring a concrete slab.**

- Dig the ground down to the proper depth.
- Smooth out the ground with the flat side of a rake so that you have a level surface.
- Tamp the ground with a hand tamper or mechanical tamper.
- Pour 2 inches of small, rounded gravel for additional drainage needs.

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How much does 5 yards of concrete cost?

Cubic Yards | Mixing On-site Fees |
---|---|

5 – 5.75 | $70 |

4 – 4.75 | $80 |

3 – 3.75 | $90 |

2 – 2.75 | $100 |

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How much concrete do I need for a 40×60 slab?

**How much**does a 40×60

**concrete slab**cost? It would be about $8,500 to $12,000 for a 40×60 foot

**concrete slab**, 6 inches thick. That’s based on national averages of around $5 per square foot for a fully engineered, finished

**concrete slab**, including labor and materials.

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How do you calculate yards?

**How to calculate**cubic

**yards**? The formula: Number of Cubic

**Yards**= Length (in feet) Width (in feet) Depth (in feet) ÷ 27. Simply multiply the three dimensions together to find the number of cubic feet, then divide by 27 to find the number of cubic

**yards**.

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How much is concrete per yard right now?

**per cubic yard**as a ballpark figure

**for concrete prices**, but

**concrete**slab

**cost**will vary

**by**region. Also, expect a fee of about $60

**per**load

**for**delivery from a

**concrete**truck

**for concrete cost**. There could be other fees

**for**such things as Saturday

**concrete**truck delivery and small loads.

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How thick does a concrete garage floor need to be?

**Thickness**

The standard **concrete garage floor** is six inches **thick** and, with use of proper control joints, **should** be **thick** enough to withstand normal use.

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How many feet is 90 square feet?

**90 sq ft to sq**m conversion. A

**square foot**is a unit of area. It is the size of a

**square**that is one

**foot**on a side. It is 144

**square**inches, 1/9

^{th}of a

**square**yard, or approximately 0.093

**square**meters.

Convert

**90 Square Feet to Square**Meters.

sq ft | sq m |
---|---|

90.04 | 8.3650 |

90.05 | 8.3659 |

90.06 | 8.3668 |

90.07 | 8.3678 |

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How many yards does a concrete truck hold?

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How much concrete do I need for a post hole?

**hole**with Fast-Setting

**Concrete**up to 3 to 4 inches below ground level. Pour about a gallon of water per 50 lb bag into the

**hole**and allow the water to saturate the

**concrete**mix.

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How much concrete do I need for a shed base?

**concrete**mix ratio of 1 part

**cement**to 5 parts ballast (aggregate and sand) is usually perfectly adequate for

**shed bases**but you can add reinforcing fibres if you are housing anything particularly heavy. if you are unsure ask for advice from your ready-mixed

**concrete**supplier.

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