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## How much does a 50 lb bag of concrete 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 . via

## How much is a 60 pound bag of concrete?

60 pound bag yields **.017 cubic yards**. via

## How many bags of concrete do I need for a 10x10 slab?

Regarding this, “how many bags of concrete do I need for a 10×10 slab?”, at 4 inches thick, generally you will need approximately either **74 bags of 60lb** or 56 bags of 80lb premixed concrete for a 10×10 slab, at 5 inches thick slab, either 93 bags of 60lb or 70 bags of 80lb premixed concrete are required, while at 6 via

## How many 50lb bags of concrete are on a pallet?

A 50 lb. bag of concrete will come on a pallet containing **64 bags**. This weight is not commonly available for many types of concrete mix, as the bag weights tend to rise evenly. Different types of mortar mix do come in 50 lb. via

## What is the cheapest way to buy concrete?

What Is The Cheapest Way To Buy Concrete? The cheapest way to buy concrete is **to mix your own** by purchasing pre-mixed bags for $4.49 each and renting a concrete mixer for $120 per day. The second best way, it to buy a bulk truckload full (10 cubic yards) for $1,169 including delivery. via

## How many bags of concrete do I need for a 12x12 slab?

Regarding this, “how many bags of concrete do I need for a 12×12 slab?”, at 4 inches thick, generally you will need approximately either **104 bags of 60lb or 80 bags of 80lb of premixed concrete** for a 12×12 slab, at 5 inches thick slab, either 131 bags of 60lb or 100 bags of 80lb premixed concrete are required, while at via

## Should you put plastic under concrete?

A **concrete vapor barrier** is any material that prevents moisture from entering a concrete slab. Vapor barriers are used because while fresh concrete is poured wet, it's not supposed to stay that way. It needs to dry and then stay dry to avoid flooring problems. This is why a vapor barrier under concrete is essential. via

## How many square feet does 60 lbs of concrete cover?

How many square feet will a 60 lb bag of concrete do? @ 2" thick a 60 lb bag of concrete will fill 2.7 sq. ft. @ 4" thick a 60 lb bag of concrete will fill **1.35 sq.** via

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

How many bags of cement are needed to mix one cubic meter of concrete? A. One cubic meter of concrete is equal to 1.308 cubic yards of concrete. If there are 5 1/2 bags of cement in 1 cubic yard of concrete, there would be **7.2 bags** in 1 cubic meter of concrete. via

## What is a cheaper alternative to concrete?

There are a few different types you can find in the home improvement store that can replace concrete cement used for driveways and walkways. These include **pea gravel, crushed stone, and quarry process**. Cheaper than other surface materials and low-cost to install. via

## 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. via

## How thick should a concrete driveway be?

As for 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. via

## How many bags of concrete do I need for a 4x4 fence post?

It's right for a 4x4 fence post to have **1 bag per hole**. The depth of the post hole should be half of the post height. For a 6' above ground post, place 3 feet in the ground and use a post with an overall height of 9 feet. via

## How many bags of concrete makes a yard?

So it will take **45 bag** to equal one cubic yard of concrete. If you have a project over a 1/2 a cubic yard you should consider our Mix On-site Concrete especially if you are hand mixing. via

## What's the best mix for concrete?

The safest bet for any concrete mix is **four-two-one: four parts crushed rock; two parts sand; and one part cement**. The four-two-one mix, obviously, has seven parts. Conveniently, when mixing concrete, the ratio can be mixed on any range of scales. via