How Much Concrete Does an 80lb Bag Make?


To determine how many bags of concrete you would need to cover 6 yards varies by a few factors. One 80lb bag of concrete will cover 0.6 cubic feet. The formula you need to use to determine this is as follows: Length in feet x width in feet x thickness in inches divided by 12 = cubic feet of concrete. Next take the cubic feet and divide it by 0.6 to determine the number of 80lb bags you will need. If you want to know how many cubic yards you will need divide the the CF by 27.
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