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HOW MUCH CONCRETE DO I NEED TO ORDER FOR MY PROJECT?

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Concrete is measured in terms of yards. One yard of concrete equals 1 cubic yard.
The equation for a standard 4 inch slab is as follows:

Divide the square feet of the area you intend on pouring by 80.

Example:

  • 50 square feet divided by 80 = .62 yards of concrete.
  • 100 square feet divided by 80 = 1.25 yards of concrete.
  • 150 square feet divided by 80 = 1.87 yards of concrete.

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