Contents

- 1 How many bags of quikrete do I need for a 10×10 slab?
- 2 How much does a 80 lb bag of concrete cover?
- 3 How much does a 60lb bag of concrete cover?
- 4 How much does a 90 pound bag of concrete cover?
- 5 How much does it cost for a 12×12 concrete slab?
- 6 How many square feet does a 80lb bag of quikrete cover?
- 7 How many bags of cement do I need for 1 yard?
- 8 How many 80 pound bags of concrete does it take to make 1 yard?
- 9 Can you pour concrete directly on dirt?
- 10 How thick should a concrete slab be?
- 11 How many bags of cement do I need for 100 square feet?
- 12 How much concrete will a 94 pound bag of Portland cement make?
- 13 How many bags of concrete do I need for a post hole?
- 14 How do I calculate how much concrete I need?

## How many bags of quikrete do I need for a 10×10 slab?

A 60-pound **bag** yields. 017 cubic yards, and an 80-pound **bag** yields. 022 cubic yards. For a **10 x 10 slab**, you would need 77 60-pound **bags** or 60 80-pound **bags**.

## How much does a 80 lb bag of concrete cover?

15 cubic feet for every **20 pounds** of mix, so a 40-pound bag yields. 30 cubic feet, **60 pounds** of concrete mix yields. 45 cubic feet and an 80-pound bag yields. 60 cubic feet.

## How much does a 60lb bag of concrete cover?

A **60 lb**. **bag** provides 0.45 cubic feet of cured **concrete**. A 80 lb. **bag** provides 0.6 cubic feet of cured **concrete**.

## How much does a 90 pound bag of concrete cover?

Each **90**–**pound bag of QUIKRETE**® **Concrete** Mix **will** yield approximately 0.675 cubic feet of mixed **concrete**. For 2.5 cubic yards, you **will** need 67-1/2 cubic feet, or 100 **90**–**pound bags**.

## How much does it cost for a 12×12 concrete slab?

How much does a 12×12 concrete slab cost? The average cost to pour a 12×12 concrete slab that is 4” thick is between **$888** and $1,584, with professional labor and materials included.

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

4 **sq feet** in that amount of cement.

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

# It takes approximately 5 **Bags** of Portland **cement**, 8 cubic ft of sand, and 20 cubic ft of gravel to make approximately **1** cubic **yard** (27 cubic feet) of concrete.

## How many 80 pound bags of concrete does it take to make 1 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**.

## Can you pour concrete directly on dirt?

Long story short, yes **you can pour concrete** over **dirt**.

## How thick should a concrete slab be?

Standard **concrete** floor **slab thickness** in residential construction is 4 inches. Five to six inches is recommended if the **concrete** will receive occasional heavy loads, such as motor homes or garbage trucks. To prepare the base, cut the ground level to the proper depth to allow for the **slab thickness**.

## How many bags of cement do I need for 100 square feet?

Ans.:- 7.6 no of **cement bags** (381.30 kgs) are required for **100 sq ft** rcc roof slab 4 inch thick m20 grade concrete. Ans.:- 7.6 **bags** (381.30 kgs), 9.5 **bags** (476.10 kgs) & 11.4 **bags** ( 570.8 kgs) **cement** are required for **100 sq ft** rcc roof slab 4 inch, 5inch & 6 inch thick respectively in m20 grade of concrete.

## How much concrete will a 94 pound bag of Portland cement make?

One **94** lb. **bag of Portland Cement makes** 4.5 cubic feet of **concrete**. For thicknesses less than 2 inches and toppings, use: 1 part of **Portland Cement** with 3–4 parts of **concrete** sand or general purpose sand.

## 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 do I calculate how much concrete I need?

**How to calculate concrete:**

**Determine**how thick you**want**the**concrete**.- Measure the length and width that you’d like to cover.
- Multiply the length by the width to
**determine**square footage. - Convert the thickness from inches to feet.
- Multiply the thickness in feet by the square footage to
**determine**cubic feet.