# Concrete Calculators

### If we can answer any questions or help you figure how much concrete you will need, we would love to help you. You can email us with any questions or call us at 907-376-4784.

Concrete Calculator

### What type of concrete project would you like to estimate?

Use this calculator to help estimate the concrete you would need for your slab project. This would work for any kind of slab (with the exception of a monoslab).

Use this if you are curious about how much concrete you would need for your basement, garage or patio etc.

Of course we are always excited to talk with you about your project and would be glad to try and answer any questions you may have.

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Use this calculator to help estimate the concrete you would need for your ICF Wall Project.

This is a simple calculator and is a work in progress. This will only work with walls of all one height. In the future we will be adding the ability for you to have different wall heights for different wall segments.

Of course we are always excited to talk with you about your project and would be glad to try and answer any questions you may have.

### ICF Column 2/3

Select the Core Width of you ICF Wall

### ICF Column 3/3

Please enter the Height of your ICF Wall in feet. For example 32" = 2.67 feet etc.

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Use this calculator to help estimate the concrete you would need for your Wall Project.

This is a simple calculator and is a work in progress. This will only work with walls that are of all one height. In the future we will be adding the ability for you to have different wall heights for different wall segments.

Of course we are always excited to talk with you about your project and would be glad to try and answer any questions you may have.

### Wall Column 2/3

Select the inside core width of you wall.

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Use this calculator to help estimate the concrete you would need for your sonotube project. Of course we are always excited to talk with you about your project and would be glad to try and answer any questions you may have.

### Tube Base Col 3/3

Use this calculator to help estimate the concrete you would need for your mono slab project. A mono slab (monolithic slab) or as some people call it a slab-on-grade is a slab that is with thickened edges for the footings. Basically the slab and footings are poured a the same time.

Two estimate concrete for your mono slab you will need to know the length and width of your entire slab surface. You will also need to know the depth of the slab for the portion not poured over the footings and the depth of the slab over the footing. You will also need to know the width of your footing.

For example you may have a 30' x 40' mono slab that is 4" deep in the center and the footing may be 18" deep (from top of the slab to bottom of the footing. the "thickened portion (for the footing may be typically 16"-24" wide.

This calculator assumes that the footing runs on all four sides of the slab. There is also an option for an interior footing.

Of course we are always excited to talk with you about your project and would be glad to try and answer any questions you may have.

### Mono Slab 1/3 (Footing Depth)

Please enter the Depth of your footing in INCHES. (Remember depth would be from top of slab to bottom of footing).

### Mono Slab 3/3 (Footing Blank)

Remember depth of footing is from top of slab to bottom of footing.
Width of footing is width at widest point.

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Use this calculator to help estimate the concrete you would need for your footing project. Of course we are always excited to talk with you about your project and would be glad to try and answer any questions you may have.

### Important Notes

Concrete is batched in ¼ yard increments and it is a good idea to order at least 10% more than it calculates to avoid costly short load charges for a cleanup.

It impossible for a person to excavate and prepare for a pour of any size and have all the measurements exactly right.  This is especially true for depth as grade is the most likely thing to be off.  Just an average of ¼ to ½ inch variance in depth can cause a big change to the number of cubic yards you would need.

We would be pleased to go over your calculations when you call to order concrete.