Do the Math
We’ve got concrete volume calculators for almost anything you need to pour. Plug in your specs, calculate concrete for your project, then contact us for a quote.
Square or Rectangle Slab
A concrete slab is commonly used as a base element in modern buildings. Often those slabs have steel reinforcement. Commonly, concrete slabs are between 4 and 20 inches thick and are used for floor and ceiling construction. Thinner slabs can be used for exterior paving. Before you pour, you need to know how much slabbing concrete you’ll need. This concrete slabs calculator will help you estimate the proper amount.
Calculating volume for steps requires the following measurements: number of stairs, tread (inches), riser (inches) and width (feet). This calculator will help you estimate how many concrete yards make up the proper amount.
Concrete columns can be used as a base for poles and other structures. If you’re estimating a column you’ll need to know the diameter and height of the column. This concrete yard calculator will help you estimate the proper amount.
A concrete footing is used as a foundation for outdoor structures, such as houses, decks and porches. The width of the footing depends upon the type of the soil, but a common width of 16-to-20 inches is a good mid-range to use to estimate a house built on typical soil. Please refer to your design requirements to get exact measurements. This concrete by the yard calculator will help you estimate the proper amount of concrete you need.
The difference between a concrete footing and a concrete wall is in the measurement. Concrete walls usually have height and length measured in feet, while thickness is measured in inches. This concrete estimator will help you estimate the proper amount.
Curb and Gutter Barrier
Calculating curb and gutter volume requires the following measurements: length (feet), flag thickness (inches), gutter width (inches) and curb height (inches). This calculator will help you estimate the proper amount.