Quikrete 80 lb. Concrete Mix

Quikrete 80 lb. Concrete Mix can be used for building or repairing foundation walls, sidewalks, curbs, steps and ramps and for setting posts. This mix designed for pouring concrete 2 in. thick or more. Quikrete 80 lb. Concrete Mix consists of a uniformly blended, properly proportioned mixture of gravel, sand and Portland cement.

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December 21, 2012

One 80 lb. bag of QUIKRETE Concrete Mix yields approximately 0.6 cubic feet when placed. If the hole has dimensions of 18 feet x 18 feet x 2 inches, the volume to be filled is ~54 cubic feet, and approximately ninety 80 lb. bags will be required to fill it. If the hole has dimensions of 3 feet x 6 feet x 2 inches, totaling 18 square feet x 2 inches, the volume to be filled is ~3 cubic feet, and approximately five 80 lb. bags will be required to fill it. This will be affected by uneven sub grade, waste, etc.

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rthomefix

Round Rock, TX, USA

December 25, 2012

6 should do it but buy 7 just to be sure. Quickcrete has an online calculator that you can access. I always come up a little short when I use it though.

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Steve

Brookhaven

January 2, 2013

5 bags. Get 6 just in case you have low spots

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November 19, 2013

90 BAGS

18 feet X 18 feet X 2 inches thick = 54 cubic feet

1 yard = 27 cubic feet

54 divided by 27 = 2 yards

45 bags per CUBIC yard

2 yds X 45 bags = 90 bags

1 bag = .6 cu ft

90 bags X .6 = 54 cubic feet

18 feet X 18 feet X 2 inches thick = 54 cubic feet

1 yard = 27 cubic feet

54 divided by 27 = 2 yards

45 bags per CUBIC yard

2 yds X 45 bags = 90 bags

1 bag = .6 cu ft

90 bags X .6 = 54 cubic feet

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Cochranton, PA

September 27, 2013

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September 30, 2013

An 80 lb bag of QUIKRETE Concrete Mix yields approximately 0.6 cubic feet of concrete. For an application of 14 feet x 4 feet x 0.5 feet (6 inches), approximately 28 cubic feet of concrete, or 47 80 lb bags of concrete will be required. This is an estimate and will vary based upon waste, uneven sub-grade, etc.

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November 19, 2013

47 BAGS

14 x 4 x .5 = 28 CU FT

28 divided by .6 cu ft per bag = 46.66667

14 x 4 x .5 = 28 CU FT

28 divided by .6 cu ft per bag = 46.66667

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December 21, 2013

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jbp1

ind. ky.

December 30, 2013

I HAVE TWO SLABES OF CONCERT TO POUR ONE IS 72 in. x 28in.x8in. the other is 76in. x 53in. x 10in. how many bags do I need

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December 31, 2013

An 80 lbs. (36.3 kg) bag yields approximately 0.60 cu ft. (17 L), so for your project you would need approximately 55 bags (72inx28inx8in~9.3ft3 and 76inx53inx10in~23.3ft3, which gives you 32.6ft3 combined, which is then divided by the yield of 0.6ft3, which gives you ~55 80lb bags). These are estimates and will vary based upon waste, uneven sub-grade, etc.

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savannah,ga

January 5, 2014

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Cheyenne Wy

January 19, 2014

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January 20, 2014

The number of bags required to set 18 posts 2 feet into the ground will depend upon the diameter of the posts, as well as the diameter of the holes. It is recommended to place 1/3 of the length of the post in the hole, so a 2 foot deep hole would be appropriate for a post that is 6 feet long. The typical recommended diameter of the hole is 3 times that of the diameter of the post. For example, if the diameter of the post is 2 inches, the recommended diameter of the hole is 6 inches. A single 2 foot deep hole that is 6 inches in diameter, for a post 2 inches in diameter will require approximately 0.6 80 lb bag, or 10.8 bags for 18 holes. A single 2 foot deep hole that is 9 inches in diameter, for a post 3 inches in diameter will require approximately 1.3 80 lb bags or 23.4 bags for 18 holes. A 2 foot deep hole that is 12 inches in diameter, for a post 4 inches in diameter will require approximately 2.3 80 lb bags or 41.4 bags for 18 holes. These are estimates, and will vary based upon waste, variation in diameter, etc.

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Edward

fort wort tx

January 23, 2014

Im pouring 200 sq ft 1/2" thick to fill in where out door tile will be removed whats the best concrete mix and how many 60-80lb bags I need

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January 27, 2014

Because concrete contains gravel / stone, it should not be utilized in applications that are less than 2 inches thick. QUIKRETE Sand / Topping Mix #1103, is appropriate for applications ½ to 2 inches thick. For an application that is ½” thick, it is suggested to replace half of the mixing water with QUIKRETE Concrete Acrylic Fortifier #8610. Ensuring a sound, stable, cementitious substrate (i.e. concrete slab) that is free of any “bond breakers” such as paints, sealants, or adhesives, before applying the Sand / Topping Mix is critical in ensuring a successful application. An 80 lb bag of QUIKRETE Sand / Topping Mix yields approximately 0.66 cubic feet of material, while a 60 lb bag yields approximately 0.5 cubic feet of material. For an application of 200 square feet that is ½” thick, approximately 8 1/3 cubic feet of material would be needed. This would require approximately 13 80 lb bags, or 17 60 lb bags of Sand / Topping Mix. If this application is NOT over a concrete slab, and is utilizing sand / dirt as the substrate, a ½” application would not be recommended. A standard concrete slab application over sand / dirt is 4 inches thick. Proper preparation of the area would be required, including excavating the slab area as needed. Typically 3 inches of tamped gravel is utilized as the sub-base. A 4” slab would be an appropriate use for QUIKRETE Concrete Mix, which yields approximately 0.6 cubic feet per 80 lb bag. For an application that is 4” thick, 200 square feet would require a total of approximately 66 2/3 cubic feet, or 112 80 lb bags of Concrete Mix. All yields are approximate, and will vary based upon waste, uneven sub-grade, etc.

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Albuquerque, NM

January 23, 2014

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Chris

Chicago

January 24, 2014

Hello Tony48, I’m Chris from the Home Depot’s how-to Community. Thank you for your question.

Each 80 pound bag makes 0.6 cubic feet of concrete.

You have a need for 12’x3’x0.5’ or 18 cubic feet of concrete.

Therfore, 18 cubic feet / 0.6 cubic feet / bag = 30 bags.

I hope this helps,

Chris.

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Each 80 pound bag makes 0.6 cubic feet of concrete.

You have a need for 12’x3’x0.5’ or 18 cubic feet of concrete.

Therfore, 18 cubic feet / 0.6 cubic feet / bag = 30 bags.

I hope this helps,

Chris.

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January 27, 2014

An 80 lb bag of QUIKRETE Concrete Mix yields approximately 0.6 cubic feet. A slab having dimensions of 12 ft x 3 ft x 0.5 ft (6 inches) will require 18 cubic feet, or 30 80 lb bags of Concrete Mix. All yields are approximate, and will vary based upon waste, uneven sub-grade, etc.

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corpus christi tx

January 11, 2014

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January 13, 2014

Each 80 lb bag of QUIKRETE Concrete Mix yields approximately 0.6 cubic feet of concrete. A 24 foot x 2 foot x 0.34 foot (4 inch) application will require approximately 16 1/3 cubic feet, or 27 1/4 80 lb. bags of Concrete Mix. This is an estimate and will vary based upon waste, uneven sub-grade, etc.

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ScoutDad

Burke va

February 8, 2014

Each 80 pound bag is .6 cubic feet. Your project will take about 30 bags.

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Batteman87

Aiken, SC

February 24, 2014

I am looking to use this as a deck footer support. I am looking to have it 12" in depth in undisturbed soil and place a 6x6" post on top of it. There will be 4 footers spaced 3.5-4 ft apart. How many bags will be needed to accomplish the 12" depth and four separate footers? Thanks!

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March 6, 2014

A single 1 ft (12”) x 0.5 ft (6”) x 0.5 ft (6”) footer will require approximately 0.25 cubic feet of concrete. Four footers will therefore require approximately 1 cubic foot of concrete. An 80 lb bag of QUIKRETE Concrete Mix yields approximately 0.6 cubic feet, so approximately 1 2/3 80-lb bags will be required. These yields are approximate and will vary based upon waste, uneven subgrade, etc. Be sure to check local building codes to ensure that your project is in compliance.

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louisiana

March 8, 2014

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March 10, 2014

An 80 lb bag of QUIKRETE Concrete Mix yields approximately 0.6 cubic feet of concrete. A poured concrete “chain wall” with dimensions 24 ft x 0.34 ft (4 in) x 0.25 ft (3 in) will require approximately 2 cubic feet of concrete, or approximately 3 ½ 80 lb bags. This is an estimate and will vary based upon waste, uneven sub-grade, etc. Be sure to check local building codes to ensure that your project is in compliance with all required regulations. Chain walls are sometimes made of cinder blocks reinforced with steel and concrete.

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February 9, 2014

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February 14, 2014

A standard concrete slab is typically 4 inches thick. Proper placement of rebar or concrete wire in a 2” thick slab would be difficult to successfully achieve. Advantages of including rebar and / or wire mesh can include reduction of random cracking, reducing and controlling crack width, minimization of displacement and curling, and increased strength. A solid sub-base, such as compacted gravel, will help prevent erosion and slab settling.

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Blueridge

Blacksburg, VA, USA

March 18, 2014

That thin, yes I would use concrete wire.

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Lumberton Nc

April 17, 2014

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Tangelo

April 17, 2014

Figuring out a area of 10 feet by 20 feet by 4 inches thick, you need 100 bags of 80lbs, 134 bags of 60lbs, or 200 bags of 40lbs.

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April 21, 2014

A standard concrete slab is 4” (0.34 feet) thick. An 80 lb. bag of QUIKRETE concrete mix yields approximately 0.6 cubic feet. A 10 ft x 20 ft x 0.34 ft patio will require approximately 68 cubic feet of concrete, or approximately 114 80 lb. bags. Yields are approximate and will vary based upon waste, uneven sub-grade, etc.

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boise idaho

April 19, 2014

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April 21, 2014

Hi Kenlei, you have 120 square feet. You will need 89 bags of 60 pound concrete mix or 68 bags of 80 pound concrete mix.

Hope that answered your question.

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April 23, 2014

An 80 lb. bag of QUIKRETE Concrete Mix yields approximately 0.6 cubic feet of concrete. A walkway that is 3 ft wide x 40 ft long x 0.34 ft (4 inches) deep will require approximately 41 cubic feet of concrete, or approximately 68 80 lb. bags. Yields are approximate and will vary based upon waste, uneven sub-grade, etc.

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chicago

April 29, 2014

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May 1, 2014

An 80 lb. bag of QUIKRETE Concrete Mix yields approximately 0.6 cubic feet of concrete. An application that is 0.25 ft (3 in.) deep, will cover approximately 2.4 square feet. Yields are approximate and will vary based upon waste, uneven sub-grade, etc.

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Albert

Pittsburgh, Pa

April 30, 2014

I have a 10 foot by 10 foot room that's gonna be 4 inches thick how many bags will I need

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May 1, 2014

An 80 lb. bag of QUIKRETE Concrete Mix yields approximately 0.6 cubic feet of concrete. A 10 ft x 10 ft x 0.34 ft (4 in.) application will require approximately 34 cubic feet of concrete, or approximately 57 80 lb. bags of QUIKRETE Concrete Mix. Yields are approximate and will vary based upon waste, uneven sub-grade, etc.

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Eden maryland

April 25, 2014

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April 28, 2014

Hi Bronco, you have 80 square feet. You will need 45 bags of 80 pound quikrete.

Hope that answered your question.

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May 2, 2014

An 80 lb. bag of QUIKRTE Concrete Mix yields approximately 0.6 cubic feet of concrete. A sidewalk that is 20 ft x 4 ft x 0.34 ft (4 inches) will require approximately 27 – 28 cubic feet of concrete, or approximately 45 - 46 80 lb. bags of QUIKRETE Concrete Mix. Yields are approximate and will vary based upon waste, uneven sub-grade, etc.

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Rex ga

May 2, 2014

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ChrisFixit

May 5, 2014

Hello Rey73,

You will need 78 bags of 80lb concrete to fill the area. When calculating concrete the first step is to figure out the square footage using the formula of "length x width", in this case it being 138sq ft.

Quikrete has a number of product calculators on their site which are of great use here: http://www.quikrete.com/Calculator/...

I hope this helps.

Cheers,

Chris

You will need 78 bags of 80lb concrete to fill the area. When calculating concrete the first step is to figure out the square footage using the formula of "length x width", in this case it being 138sq ft.

Quikrete has a number of product calculators on their site which are of great use here: http://www.quikrete.com/Calculator/...

I hope this helps.

Cheers,

Chris

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May 8, 2014

An 80 lb. bag of QUIKRETE Concrete Mix yields approximately 0.6 cubic feet of concrete. To fill 23 ft x 6 ft x 0.34 ft (4 inch) would require approximately 47 cubic feet of concrete, or approximately 78 - 79 80 lb. bags of QUIKRETE Concrete Mix. Yields are approximate and will vary based upon waste, uneven sub-grade, etc.

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acworth,ga

April 10, 2014

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April 16, 2014

One 80 lb bag of QUIKRETE Concrete Mix yields approximately 0.6 cubic feet of concrete. The number of square feet it can cover will depend upon the application thickness. A standard slab is 4” (0.34 ft) thick. At this thickness, a single 80 lb bag will cover approximately 1 ¾ square feet. Yields are approximate, and will vary based upon waste, uneven sub-grade, etc.

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bobnutner

boston ma

May 9, 2014

1 - if your slab is 7.25 inches thick

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April 23, 2014

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April 25, 2014

An 80 lb. bag of QUIKRETE Concrete Mix yields approximately 0.6 cubic feet of concrete. A pour having dimensions 12 ft x 10 ft x 0.17 ft (2 inches) will require approximately 20 ½ cubic feet of concrete, or approximately 34 80 lb bags of concrete. A standard slab is 4” thick, which would require double that quantity. Yields are approximate and will vary based upon waste, uneven sub-grade, etc.

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bobnutner

boston ma

May 9, 2014

34 bags

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