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Concrete Takeoff

Concrete Takeoff

Concrete takeoffs are typically based on several specific areas: labor, materials, overhead, and profitability. Labor covers the amount of time it will take to place and finish the concrete, from setting up forms to finishing up the last of the work.

How to Do a Concrete Takeoff

  1. Outline the area where you want the concrete to go. …
  2. Measure the structure’s length and width, and write these measurements on the paper. …
  3. Convert inches to feet. …
  4. Calculate the surface area of the structure. …
  5. Determine the depth of the structure. …
  6. Convert the depth to feet.

How to calculate concrete:

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

How to bid on concrete jobs

  1. Discuss the client’s goals.
  2. Ask about the client’s budget.
  3. Talk about the client’s options.
  4. Calculate your material costs.
  5. Calculate your time expenses.
  6. Decide on your profit margin.
  7. Adjust your bid if needed.

How much does it cost to pour a 24×24 slab of concrete?

A typical 24×24 garage slab costs between $3,057 and $5,944 with prices ranging from $5.31 to $8.31 per square foot for a 4” reinforced slab of concrete, and $6.83 to $10.32 per square foot for a 6” slab of reinforced concrete.

How many 80lb bags of concrete make a yard?

One 80lbs bag of Quikrete Concrete Mix will yield approximately. 60 cu ft. So it will take 45 bags 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.

How do you quote a concrete slab?

Take the length of the concrete slab x the width of the slab to get the total square footage. Multiply the total square footage by 6 (dollars) to get the total price. L x W x $6.00 in this example. Those are the basic materials and labor included in the cost of a concrete slab.

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How Much Does a Concrete Patio Cost?

The average cost for a 12′ x 12′ concrete patio is about $1,700, or $12 per square foot. The typical range for a concrete patio depending on design, color, and texture is $6 to $16 per square foot or $864 for a plain slab to a vibrant custom design that costs $2,300.

How much would a 12×12 concrete slab cost?

The average cost for a standard 12′ x 12′ shed concrete slab costs roughly: $720 – $1,200. or $6 – $10.00 per square foot. However, costs can rise if you’d like to have something decorative as a stamped concrete patio, or if you’re looking to have curves and other decorative edging features installed.

How many sq ft does a yard of concrete cover?

Concrete volume is measured in cubic yards. When poured on a perfectly level surface, one cubic yard will cover 27 square feet at one foot thick.