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How Much Will One Bag of Concrete Cover?

A: each 80-pound bag of quikrete concrete mix yields approximately 0.6 cubic feet of mixed concrete. For a 16 foot x 5 foot slab 4 inches thick, you will need 26-2/3 cubic feet of concrete, or 45 80-pound bags. Yields are approximate and will vary with waste, uneven subgrade, etc.

How Much Will One Bag of Concrete Cover?

When it comes to tackling DIY projects around the house or in the garden, one of the most common materials you’ll find yourself needing is concrete. But when it comes to buying concrete, how much will one bag of concrete actually cover?

The answer to this will depend on the type of concrete you buy and the thickness of the slab you’re pouring. Generally speaking, one bag of concrete mix will cover an area of around 0.6m2 to a depth of around 10cm. However, it’s worth noting that this is just a ballpark figure and to be on the safe side you should always overestimate the amount of concrete you’ll need.

When it comes to mixing concrete, the amount of water you add to the mix is a crucial factor. Too little water and the concrete will be too dry and too crumbly to work with. Too much water and the concrete will be too wet and will not set properly. As a general rule of thumb, you should aim to add an amount of water to the concrete mix so that it’s just damp to the touch.

When it comes to pouring concrete, it’s important to remember that the thicker the slab you’re

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