# How do I calculate how much concrete I need?

**How do I calculate how much concrete I need?**In

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For **concrete**, the **formula** for volume is as follows: length x width x thickness. To **determine how many** bags of **concrete** you will **need**, divide the total cubic yards **needed** by the yield.

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Furthermore, how much concrete do I need for a 24×24 garage?

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**.

Secondly, how thick should a garage floor be? Standard **Thickness** The standard concrete **garage floor** is six inches **thick** and, with use of proper control joints, **should** be **thick** enough to withstand normal use.

Similarly, you may ask, how much material do I need for concrete?

Thus, the quantity of cement required for 1 cubic meter of **concrete** = 0.98/0.1345 = 7.29 bags of cement. The quantities of **materials** for 1 m3 of **concrete** production **can** be calculated as follows: The weight of cement required = 7.29 x 50 = 364.5 kg. Weight of fine aggregate (sand) = 1.5 x 364.5 = 546.75 kg.

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.

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