Contents

- 1 How much concrete do I need for a 10×10 slab?
- 2 How many 80 lb bags of concrete are in a yard?
- 3 How much concrete do I need for a 40×60 slab?
- 4 What is the cost of 1 yard of concrete?
- 5 How many square feet does 10 yards of concrete cover?
- 6 How many bags of concrete makes a yard?
- 7 How many bags of cement do I need for 1 cubic yard?
- 8 How much area does a 50 lb bag of quikrete cover?
- 9 How many bags of concrete do I need for a post hole?
- 10 How much would a 30 by 40 garage cost?
- 11 How do you price concrete work?
- 12 What is the difference between a concrete slab and a cement slab?
- 13 Can I pour a 2 inch concrete slab?
- 14 How much does 20 yards of concrete cost?
- 15 Is mixing your own concrete cheaper?

## How much concrete do I need for a 10×10 slab?

For a **10 x 10 slab**, we’d suggest a mix with a capacity of about 4,000 pounds per square inch, or psi. This is basic for residential projects, and it can withstand traffic and support heavy loads.

## How many 80 lb bags of concrete are in a yard?

**how many 80lb bags of concrete are in a yard**? You will need 45 **bags of concrete** mix to make a cubic **yard** of **concrete**. There’s 27 cubic feet of **concrete** in a cubic **yard**.

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

On average, the amount of **concrete** you will need for a 40×60 **slab** for a barndominium will be $9,500 to $14,400. This calculation takes into factor the area of the **slab**, the cost of the **concrete** mix, and the national average of labor and materials you will need for the job.

## What is the cost of 1 yard of concrete?

How much is a **yard of concrete**? When estimating the **cost** of **concrete**, use $125 per **yard** as a ballpark figure. However, **concrete prices** differ by region, and you’ll have to pay a ready mix delivery fee, plus factor in labor charges if hiring a contractor.

## How many square feet does 10 yards of concrete cover?

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

## How many bags of concrete makes a yard?

On average, it will take 90 40lb bags, **60** 60lb bags, or 45 80lb bags to fill one cubic yard of concrete.

## How many bags of cement do I need for 1 cubic yard?

Pure **cement**, sand and crushed rock all have about the same density, so a block of pure **cement** measuring **1 cubic yard** of volume (about 3,600 pounds) will contain 45 **bags of cement**.

## How much area does a 50 lb bag of quikrete cover?

One **50-pound bag of Quikrete** Fast Setting **Concrete** Mix yields about. 375 cubic feet. For example, if you need to **cover** 33.333 cubic feet, using 60-**pound** bags of **concrete**, divide 33.333 cubic feet by. 45 cubic feet to get 74.07 total bags of **concrete**.

## How many bags of concrete do I need for a post hole?

Mix two 50lb **bags of concrete** with water in a mixing tub or 5-gallon bucket. Add **concrete** into the **hole** and around the 4” x 4”. Depending on your climate, let **concrete** set up for 24 – 48 hours.

## How much would a 30 by 40 garage cost?

An average **30**×**40**, 1,200 sq ft, metal **garage costs** between $22,800 and $30,000, or $19-$25 per square foot.

## How do you price concrete work?

The **cost** of labor to pour **concrete** is $45 per hour. There can also be a delivery fee of $60. To have **concrete** poured and finished, it will **cost** $2.52 to $2.60 per square foot for the labor, and $2.83 to $3.57 per square foot for the **concrete** itself.

## What is the difference between a concrete slab and a cement slab?

**What is the difference between cement** and **concrete**? Although the terms **cement** and **concrete** often are used interchangeably, **cement** is actually an ingredient of **concrete**. **Concrete** is a mixture of aggregates and paste. The aggregates are sand and gravel or crushed stone; the paste is water and portland **cement**.

## Can I pour a 2 inch concrete slab?

If done properly, new **concrete can** often be **poured** right over an existing **slab**. For this to be feasible, the contractor needs to **pour** at least **2 inches** thick, use smaller aggregate, and incorporate reinforcement such as welded wire mesh or fiber mixed into the **concrete**.

## How much does 20 yards of concrete cost?

Use $90 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.

## Is mixing your own concrete cheaper?

One of the least expensive ways to get **concrete** is to **mix your own**. You can buy bags of the **mix** from a home improvement store. Typically, you only have to add water for it to be ready to pour. Otherwise, you risk getting a weaker **concrete** once it cures, which could lead to cracks or crumbles within a couple of years.