Using both Bigfoot Systems Footing Forms and construction tubes combined - Model BF24 with a 10 inch tube 6 feet long: 6 ft. x 0.545 cu.ft. + 2.50 cu.ft. = 5.77 cubic feet (0.163 cubic meters) of concrete; Back to

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Get Price1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet. With this formula in mind, you’ll be able to calculate just how much concrete or cement you’ll need for your project: One 60-lb bag of concrete gives you .45 cubic feet of concrete when mixed with 2.5 quarts of water. In order to have enough concrete for one cubic foot, you’ll require 2.2 bags of

Get PriceApr 23, 2018 So enter in the footing calculator, 6" depth by 12" width (always figure steps with a 12" width) by 9' length. This totals .17 cubic yards. The total concrete needed for the 3' by 3' porch will be .28 cubic yards. (.11 + .17 cubic yards = .28 cubic yards) Repeat this for added layers of steps. 3' x 3' Porch.

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Get PriceConcrete Usage Table. This table lists the amount of concrete needed (redi-mix or bags) for each SquareFoot™ footing form. The Calculator below is based on this usage table. Note: Yields are approximate; do no under-order. Most concrete trucks carry between 7-9 Cubic Yards. 1 cubic yard = 27 cubic feet. Concrete shall have a minimum of ...

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Get PriceApr 23, 2018 So enter in the footing calculator, 6" depth by 12" width (always figure steps with a 12" width) by 9' length. This totals .17 cubic yards. The total concrete needed for the 3' by 3' porch will be .28 cubic yards. (.11 + .17 cubic yards = .28 cubic yards) Repeat this for added layers of steps. 3' x 3' Porch.

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