A cubic yard of concrete covers an area of 81 square feet when poured at 4 inches thick, 162 square feet at 2 inches thick, 100 square feet at 3 inches thick, 65 square feet at 5 inches thick, or 54 square feet at 6 inches thick. This coverage area can vary depending on the thickness of the concrete you’re pouring. Keep in mind that these are approximate values and can vary depending on factors such as the type of concrete mix and how well it’s compacted.

Concrete is mixture of cement, sand, gravel and water with some admixture in the required proportion, generally used for various concreting structure such as shed base, Patio, sidewalk, concrete road, slab, floor slab, column, beam and heavy structure bridge, dam, pool and also used in residential industrial commercial building.

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**1)what is concrete and its types and properties**

You are preparing a ready mix concrete for casting of slab, Patio, sidewalk, shed base, roadways, pedestrian path, roadways, pavement, driveway, parking which shall be at different thickness at 3″, 4″, 5″, 6″, 8″, 10″ & 12″ thick then what will be their coverage per sq ft & how much area or ground a yard of concrete cover.

In United States volume of concrete measured in yard (short form of cubic yard) and their weight measured in pounds (lbs). When you will think about new project the different types questions comes in mind how much concrete i need for completion of projects, its depends on their coverage. Many of contractor will take or supply 5 to 10% more concrete than required.

For example, how much concrete you will need for your 10 feet long by 10 feet wide at 4″ thick Patio?, to determine the concrete quantity you will need to calculate square footage area by multiplying length and wide such as 10×10 = 100 sq ft, converting 4 inches thick into feet by dividing as 4÷12 = 0.33, then multiply square footage and thickness to get required volume of concrete in cubic feet as 100 × 0.33 = 33 CFT, then multiply 33 cubic feet by 0.037 to get required volume of concrete in cubic yard such as 33× 0.037 = 1.22 yd^3, add extra 10% such as 1.22× 1.1 = 1.34, rounded it nearest as 1.4, thus you will need about 1.4 cubic yards of concrete for your patio.

How much is a yard of concrete?, A yard of concrete is typically costs between **$110 to $165**, or **$125** on an average and weighs about **4,050 pound**, which yields about **2 tons** weight, or **27 cubic feet** volume, and which will cover around **80 square feet** area at standard 4 inches deep.

**How much does a yard of concrete cover?**

A yard of concrete look like heaped of 3 feet long by 3 feet wide by 3 feet tall which is approximately equal as 27 cubic feet. But generally of concrete structure will be at Different thickness such as 3″, 4″, 5″, 6″, 8″, 10″ & 12″.

1 yard of concrete:- 1 cubic yard of concrete which visually is 3 feet long by 3 feet wide by 3 feet tall, can weigh around 4050 pound and will cover approximately 108 square feet with 3 inches deep.

How much does a yard of concrete cover? One cubic yard of normal weight concrete can cover approximately **108 square feet** at 3 inches thick, **81 square feet** at 4 inches thick, **65 square feet** at 5 inches thick, or **54 square feet** at 6 inches thick.

One cubic yard of normal weight concrete covers approximately 108 square feet at 3 inches thick, 162 square feet at 2 inches thick, 81 square feet at 4 inches thick, 65 square feet at 5 inches thick, 54 square feet at 6 inches thick, or 40 square feet at 8 inches thick.

With a standard thickness of 3 inches, normal weight, a cubic yard of mix or crushed concrete will cover about 108 square feet of area or ground, at standard 4 inches thick it will cover around 81 sq ft, at 5 inches thick- 65 sq ft, at 6 inch thick- 54 sq ft, at 7 inches thick- 46 sq ft, at 8 inches thick- 41 sq ft, at 10 inches thick- 32 sq ft and at 12 inches thick, a cubic yard of concrete will cover about 27 square feet area or ground.

**How many square feet does a yard of concrete cover?**

Regarding this, “how many square feet does a yard of concrete cover?”, generally there are 81 sq ft area or ground will cover by pouring of a cubic yard of concrete at standard 4 inches thick, 108 sq ft area at 3 inches thick, 65 sq ft area at 5 inches thick, 54 sq ft area at 6 inches thick, 46 sq ft area at 7 inches thick, 41 sq ft area at 8 inches thick, 32 sq ft area at 10 inches thick and 27 square feet area or ground will cover at 12 inches thick.

**How much does half a yard concrete cover?**

A half or 1/2 cubic yard of mix or crushed or normal weight concrete will cover about 54 square feet at standard depth of 3 inches thick, 40 square feet at 4 inches thick, 32 square feet at 5 inches thick, or 27 square feet at 5 inches thick.

**How much does concrete cover?**

At standard depth of 3 inches, a typical concrete will cover approximately 81 square feet per cubic yard, or 4 square feet per cubic foot. 2 cubic yards of concrete will cover around 162 sq ft area at standard depth of 3 inches. 2 1/2 (two & half) yards of concrete will cover around 203 sq ft area, 3 cubic yards of concrete will cover around 243 sq ft, 5 cubic yards of concrete will cover around 405 sq ft, 6 cubic yards of concrete will cover around 486 sq ft, 8 cubic yards of concrete will cover around 648 sq ft & 10 cubic yards of concrete will cover around 810 sq ft area or ground.

**How much concrete do I need for 1000 square feet?**

Regarding this, “how much concrete do I need for 1000 sq ft coverage?”, with a standard thickness of 4 inches, normal weight concrete, generally you will need 12.5 cubic yards of concrete for 1000 square feet coverage. Mathematical calculation, as 1 cubic yard of concrete will cover approximately 81 sq ft, so number of cubic yards require for 1000 sq ft coverage such as 1000÷ 81 = 12.34, rounded it nearest quarter as 12.5, in this regard, “how many cubic yards of concrete do I need for 1000 square feet?”, thus you will need 12.5 cubic yards of concrete for 1000 square feet.

**How much concrete do I need?**

Regarding this, “how much concrete do I need for coverage?”, with a standard thickness of 4 inches, normal weight concrete, generally you will need 12.5 cubic yards of concrete for 1000 square feet coverage, for 500 sq ft coverage you will need 6.25 cubic yards of concrete, for 600 sq ft coverage – 7.7 cubic yards of concrete, for 800 sq ft coverage – 10 cubic yards of concrete, for 1200 sq ft coverage – 15 cubic yards of concrete, for 1400 sq ft coverage – 17.25 cubic yards of concrete, for 1500 sq ft coverage – 18.5 cubic yards of concrete, for 1800 sq ft coverage – 22.25 cubic yards of concrete, for 2000 sq ft coverage – 24.75 cubic yards of concrete, for 2200 sq ft coverage – 27.25 cubic yards of concrete, for 2400 sq ft coverage – 29.75 cubic yards of concrete, for 2500 sq ft coverage – 31 cubic yards of concrete, for 2800 sq ft coverage – 34.5 cubic yards of concrete and for 3000 sq ft coverage approximately you will need 37 cubic yards of concrete.

**How much does a cubic yard of concrete cover at 4 inches thick?**

A typical cubic yard of normal weight concrete at 4 inches thick can cover approximately 81 square feet. Since, 4 inches into feet, 4÷12 = 0.333 feet, 1 yard is equal to 27 cubic feet, so, coverage of one cubic yard of concrete at 4 inches thick = 27÷ 0.333 = 81 square feet. Thus, one cubic yard of concrete covers approximately 81 square footage at 4 inches thick.

**How much does a cubic yard of concrete cover at 5 inches thick?**

A typical cubic yard of normal weight concrete can cover approximately 65 square feet at 5 inches thick. As 5 inches into feet, 5÷12 = 0.416 feet, 1 yard is equal to 27 cubic feet, so, coverage of one cubic yard of concrete at 5 inches thick = 27÷ 0.416 = 65 square feet. Thus, one cubic yard of concrete can cover approximately 65 square footage at 5 inches thick.

**How much does a cubic yard of concrete cover at 6 inches thick?**

A typical cubic yard of normal weight concrete can cover approximately 54 square feet at 6 inches thick. As 6 inches into feet, 6÷12 = 0.5 feet, 1 yard is equal to 27 cubic feet, so, coverage of one cubic yard of concrete at 6 inches thick = 27÷ 0.5 = 54 square feet. Thus, one cubic yard of concrete can cover approximately 54 square footage at 6 inches thick.

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**How much does a cubic yard of concrete cover at 3 inches thick?**

A typical cubic yard of normal weight concrete can cover approximately 108 square feet at 3 inches thick. As 3 inches into feet, 3÷12 = 0.25 feet, 1 yard is equal to 27 cubic feet, so, coverage of one cubic yard of concrete at 3 inches thick = 27÷ 0.25 = 108 square feet. Thus, one cubic yard of concrete can cover approximately 108 square footage at 3 inches thick.

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**How much does a cubic yard of concrete cover at 8 inches thick?**

A cubic yard of normal weight concrete will cover approximately 40 square feet at 8 inches thick. As 8 inches into feet, 8÷12 = 0.666 feet, 1 yard is equal to 27 cubic feet, so, coverage of one cubic yard of concrete at 8 inches thick = 27÷ 0.666 = 40 square feet. Thus, one cubic yard of concrete can cover approximately 108 square footage at 8 inches thick.

**How much square footage does a yard of concrete cover**

A cubic yard of concrete will cover 108 square footage at 3 inches thick, 81 square footage at 4 inches thick, 65 square footage at 5 inches thick, or 54 square footage at 4 inches thick. If you buy concrete bag, 45 bags of 80-pound concrete to cover the same area as a cubic yard.

**How many square feet does a yard of concrete cover**

A cubic yard of concrete, which visually is 3 feet long by 3 feet wide by 3 feet tall, will cover 108 square feet at 3 inch deep, 81 square feet at 4 inches deep, 65 square feet at 5 inches deep, or 54 square feet at 6 inches deep. If you buy concrete bag, 45 bags of 80 lb concrete to cover the same area as a cubic yard.

**How many square feet in a yard of concrete**

Most of the concrete floors and slabs i need are 4 inches thick. This is a normal thickness for most garages, patios, walkways, and shed slabs. Others thickness such as 3″, 5″, 6″, 8″ & 12″ are also used. The amount of square feet you’ll get from a yard of concrete will be determined by how thick or depth your concrete slab is.

There are 108 square feet in a cubic yard of concrete at standard depth of 4 inches thick, 81 square feet at 3 inches deep, 65 square feet at 5 inches deep, 54 square feet at 6 inches deep, or 40 square at 8 inches deep

**How many square feet in a yard of concrete 4 inches thick**

There are 81 square feet in a cubic yard of concrete at 4 inches thick. If the concrete slab or patio or garages, walkways, and shed slabs is 4 inches thick then you will get **81 square feet** from a yard of concrete. For example a 10′ x 10′ concrete slab that is 4″ thick, you will need 1.23 yards of concrete to cover 100 square feet.

**How many square feet in a yard of concrete 5 inches thick**

There are 65 square feet in a cubic yard of concrete at 5 inches thick. If the concrete slab or patio or garages, walkways, and shed slabs is 5 inches thick then you will get **65 square feet** from a yard of concrete. For example a 10′ x 10′ concrete slab that is 5″ thick, you will need 1.54 yards of concrete to cover 100 square feet.

**How many square feet in a yard of concrete 6 inches thick**

There are 54 square feet in a cubic yard of concrete at 6 inches thick. If the concrete slab or patio or garages, walkways, and shed slabs is 6 inches thick then you will get **54 square feet** from a yard of concrete. For example a 10′ x 10′ concrete slab that is 6″ thick, you will need 1.85 yards of concrete to cover 100 square feet.

**How many square feet in a yard of concrete 8 inches thick**

There are 40 square feet in a cubic yard of concrete at 8 inches thick. If the concrete slab or patio or garages, walkways, and shed slabs is 8 inches thick then you will get **40 square feet** from a yard of concrete. For example a 10′ x 10′ concrete slab that is 8″ thick, you will need 2.47 yards of concrete to cover 100 square feet.

**How many square feet in a yard of concrete 3 inches thick**

There are 108 square feet in a cubic yard of concrete at 3 inches thick. If the concrete slab or patio or garages, walkways, and shed slabs is 3 inches thick then you will get **108 square feet** from a yard of concrete. For example a 10′ x 10′ concrete slab that is 3″ thick, you will need 0.92 yards of concrete to cover 100 square feet.

**How much is a yard of concrete**

A cubic yard of concrete is typically weighs approximately 2 tons or 4050 pounds, and which will cover 108 square feet at a recommended depth of 3 inches, and which will cost between $100 to $200 per cubic yard or around $125 on average. The total cost of concrete may vary depending on, types of concrete, quantity, location and grade of concrete.

**How much is 10 yards of concrete**

Typically, 10 cubic yards of concrete will cover approximately 810 square feet at 4 inches deep, and weighs about 20 tons, which will total cost around **$1250**. On average, concrete costs $125 per yard, so cost of 10 yards of concrete is 125×10 = $1250. Thus, 10 yards of concrete is cost around $1250, covers approximately 810 square feet at 4 inches deep and weighs 20 tons.

10 cubic yards of concrete is typically weighs approximately **20 tons**, and which will cover 1080 square feet at a standard depth of 3 inches, and which will total cost around **$1250**. On average, concrete costs $125 per yard, so cost of 10 yards of concrete is 125×10 = $1250. Thus, 10 yards of concrete is cost around $1250 and weighs 20 tons.

**How much is 2 yards of concrete**

Typically, 2 cubic yards of concrete will cover approximately 162 square feet at 4 inches deep, and weighs about 4 tons, which will total cost around **$250**. On average, concrete costs $125 per yard, so cost of 2 yards of concrete is 125×2 = $250. Thus, 2 yards of concrete is cost around $250, covers approximately 162 square feet at 4 inches deep and weighs 4 tons.

2 cubic yards of concrete is typically weighs approximately **4 tons**, and which will cover approximately 216 square feet at a standard depth of 3 inches, and which will total cost around **$250**. On average, concrete costs $125 per yard, so cost of 2 yards of concrete is 125×2 = $250. Thus, 2 yards of concrete is cost around $250 and weighs 4 tons.

**How much is 4 yards of concrete**

Typically, 4 cubic yards of concrete will cover approximately 324 square feet at 4 inches deep, and weighs about 8 tons, which will total cost around **$500**. On average, concrete costs $125 per yard, so cost of 4 yards of concrete is 125×4 = $500. Thus, 4 yards of concrete is cost around $500, covers approximately 324 square feet at 4 inches deep and weighs 8 tons.

4 cubic yards of concrete is typically weighs approximately **8 tons**, which will total cost around **$500 **and will cover approximately 324 square feet at a standard depth of 3 inches. On average, concrete costs $125 per yard, so cost of 4 yards of concrete is 125×4 = $500. Thus, 4 yards of concrete is cost around $500 and weighs 8 tons.

**How much is 5 yards of concrete**

Typically, 5 cubic yards of concrete will cover approximately 405 square feet at 4 inches deep, and weighs about 10 tons, which will total cost around **$625**. On average, concrete costs $125 per yard, so cost of 5 yards of concrete is 125×5 = $625. Thus, 5 yards of concrete is cost around $625, covers approximately 405 square feet at 4 inches deep and weighs 10 tons.

5 cubic yards of concrete is typically weighs approximately **10 tons**, which will total cost around **$625 **and will cover approximately 540 square feet at a standard depth of 3 inches. On average, concrete costs $125 per yard, so cost of 5 yards of concrete is 125×5 = $625. Thus, 5 yards of concrete is cost around $625 and weighs 10 tons.

**How much is 8 yards of concrete**

Typically, 8 cubic yards of concrete will cover approximately 648 square feet at 4 inches deep, and weighs about 16 tons, which will total cost around **$1000**. On average, concrete costs $125 per yard, so cost of 8 yards of concrete is 125×8 = $1000. Thus, 8 yards of concrete is cost around $1000, covers approximately 648 square feet at 4 inches deep and weighs 16 tons.

8 cubic yards of concrete is typically weighs approximately **16 tons**, which will total cost around **$1000 **and will cover approximately 864 square feet at a standard depth of 3 inches. On average, concrete costs $125 per yard, so cost of 8 yards of concrete is 125×8 = $1000. Thus, 8 yards of concrete is cost around $1000 and weighs 16 tons.

**How much is 9 yards of concrete**

Typically, 9 cubic yards of concrete will cover approximately 729 square feet at 4 inches deep, and weighs about 18 tons, which will total cost around **$1125**. On average, concrete costs $125 per yard, so cost of 9 yards of concrete is 125×9 = $1125. Thus, 9 yards of concrete is cost around $1125, covers approximately 729 square feet at 4 inches deep and weighs 18 tons.

9 cubic yards of concrete is weigh approximately **18 tons**, which total cost around **$1125**. On average, concrete costs $125 per yard, so cost of 9 yards of concrete is 125×9 = $1125. Thus, 9 yards of concrete is cost around $1125 and weighs 18 tons.

**How much is 20 yards of concrete**

Typically, 20 cubic yards of concrete will cover approximately 1620 square feet at 4 inches deep, and weighs about 40 tons, which will total cost around **$2500**. On average, concrete costs $125 per yard, so cost of 20 yards of concrete is 125×20 = $2500. Thus, 20 yards of concrete is cost around $2500, covers approximately 1620 square feet at 4 inches deep and weighs 40 tons.

20 cubic yards of concrete is weigh approximately **40 tons**, which total cost around **$2500**. On average, concrete costs $125 per yard, so cost of 20 yards of concrete is 125×20 = $2500. Thus, 20 yards of concrete is cost around $2500 and weighs 40 tons.

**How much is 30 yards of concrete**

Typically, 30 cubic yards of concrete will cover approximately 2430 square feet at 4 inches deep, and weighs about 60 tons, which will total cost around **$3750**. On average, concrete costs $125 per yard, so cost of 30 yards of concrete is 125×30 = $3750. Thus, 30 yards of concrete is cost around $3750, covers approximately 2430 square feet at 4 inches deep and weighs 60 tons.

30 cubic yards of concrete is typically weighs approximately **60 tons**, which will total cost around **$3750**. On average, concrete costs $125 per yard, so cost of 30 yards of concrete is 125×30 = $3750. Thus, 30 yards of concrete is cost around $3750 and weighs 60 tons.

**How much is 40 yards of concrete**

Typically, 40 cubic yards of concrete will cover approximately 3240 square feet at 4 inches deep, and weighs about 80 tons, which will total cost around **$5000**. On average, concrete costs $125 per yard, so cost of 40 yards of concrete is 125×40 = $5000. Thus, 40 yards of concrete is cost around $5000, covers approximately 3240 square feet at 4 inches deep and weighs 80 tons.

40 cubic yards of concrete is typically weighs approximately **80 tons**, which will total cost around **$5000**. On average, concrete costs $125 per yard, so cost of 40 yards of concrete is 125×40 = $5000. Thus, 40 yards of concrete is cost around $5000 and weighs 80 tons.

**How big is a yard of concrete**

You may be asking “how big is a yard of concrete” A cubic yard of concrete is look like heaped of 3 feet long by 3 feet wide by 3 feet tall, which is equal as 27 cubic feet and covers approximately 108 square feet with depth of 3 inches thick and weighs approximately 4,050 pounds or 2 tons.

**How much does 2 yards of concrete cover**

On fair estimate, 2 cubic yards of normal weight concrete will cover approximately 160 square feet at 4 inches thick, or 216 square feet at 3 inches thick, or 130 square feet at 5 inches thick, or 108 square feet at 6 inches thick.

**How much does 3 yards of concrete cover**

On fair estimate, 3 cubic yards of normal weight concrete will cover approximately 240 square feet at 4 inches thick, or 324 square feet at 3 inches thick, or 195 square feet at 5 inches thick, or 162 square feet at 6 inches thick.

**How much does 4 yards of concrete cover**

On fair estimate, 4 cubic yards of normal weight concrete will cover approximately 320 square feet at 4 inches thick, or 432 square feet at 3 inches thick, or 260 square feet at 5 inches thick, or 216 square feet at 6 inches thick.

**How much does 5 yards of concrete cover**

On fair estimate, 5 cubic yards of normal weight concrete will cover approximately 400 square feet at 4 inches thick, or 540 square feet at 3 inches thick, or 325 square feet at 5 inches thick, or 270 square feet at 6 inches thick.

**How much does 6 yards of concrete cover**

On fair estimate, 6 cubic yards of normal weight concrete will cover approximately 480 square feet at 4 inches thick, or 648 square feet at 3 inches thick, or 390 square feet at 5 inches thick, or 324 square feet at 6 inches thick.

**How much does 7 yards of concrete cover**

On fair estimate, 7 cubic yards of normal weight concrete will cover approximately 560 square feet at 4 inches thick, or 756 square feet at 4 inches thick, or 455 square feet at 5 inches thick, or 378 square feet at 6 inches thick.

**How much does 8 yards of concrete cover**

On fair estimate, 8 cubic yards of normal weight concrete will cover approximately 640 square feet at 4 inches thick, or 864 square feet at 3 inches thick, or 520 square feet at 5 inches thick, or 432 square feet at 6 inches thick.

**How much does 9 yards of concrete cover**

On fair estimate, 9 cubic yards of normal weight concrete will cover approximately 720 square feet at 4 inches thick, or 972 square feet at 3 inches thick, or 585 square feet at 5 inches thick, or 486 square feet at 6 inches thick.

**How much does 10 yards of concrete cover**

On fair estimate, 10 cubic yards of normal weight concrete will cover approximately 800 square feet at 4 inches thick, 1080 square feet at 3 inches thick, 650 square feet at 5 inches thick, or 540 square feet at 6 inches thick.

**Conclusion:-**

One cubic yard of normal weight concrete will cover approximately 80 square feet at 4 inches thick, 162 square feet 2 inches thick, 108 square feet at 3 inches thick, 65 square feet at 5 inches thick, 54 square feet at 6 inches thick, or 40 square feet at 8 inches thick.

At 4 inches thick, normal weight concrete, a cubic yard of mix or crushed concrete will cover about 81 square feet of area. At 3 inches thick, a cubic yard of concrete will cover about 108 square feet. At 5 inches thick, a cubic yard of concrete will cover about 65 square feet.