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Friedrice.
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Concrete Calculator

When you are doing any sort of at construction project, it is a good idea to start out by knowing how much of the materials you are using you will end up needing. When it comes to concrete, this can be a confusing process. It involved multiplying the length, width and depth of the areas that need to be filled and then dividing that number by 27 (the number of cubic feet in a cubic yard) and then adding 10% to allow for spillage and slab depth variations. Sound confusing? Well, there is an easier solution. You can use a concrete calculator!

Concrete calculators are easy to use. Just enter the length, width and height of the area that needs to be filled as well as the quantity (how many areas you will need to fill) and the calculator automatically comes back with your results. Not only will it tell you how much concrete you will need, it can tell you how many bags you will need taking into account what size bags you will be buying.

At Frederice, we love to play with technology to offer convenient solutions. We think our concrete calculator provides an easy to use, comprehensive approach to all your concrete construction needs including slabs, walls, columns, tubes, curbs, stairs and more. Good luck getting your project completed as efficiently as possible!
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