Ordering Information

Figuring Concrete

Ready mixed concrete is ordered by the cubic yard.  One cubic yard of concrete equals 27 cubic feet--or the amount of concrete that would fill a container that is 3 feet wide * 3 feet long * 3 feet deep.  To determine the amount of concrete for your specific project, calculate the in place volume, in feet, by first multiplying the lengt by the width, which will give you the total square feet.  Then take that number and multiply it by the depth or thickness of your pour, also in feet; keeping in mind that 4 inches is equal to .333 feet.  Next, divide that number by 27 (the number of cubic feet in a cubic yard) to get cubic yards. 

You can also use the following tool to calculate it for you.
Of course, depending on how accurate your measurements are, how uneven the bottom surface of your project area might be, how much space any pipes, columns, or reinforcing material might occupy, and how much might be spilled during placement, actual amounts may vary. 

Note: There is a minimum delivery of one yard of concrete.

Placing Your Order

For large projects, several truck loads can be scheduled at the same time or in succession; whichever approach best meets the requirements of your project.  The more lead time you can offer us the better we can utilize our trucks to meet your needs. 

If you need help determining the amount of concrete you will need for your project, information about mixes, additives, or coloring agents please give us a call at 276-728-5151 and we would be happy to assist you.

If you have a project in the surrounding counties of Patrick and Floyd, feel free to give our sister company (Stuart Concrete) a call at 276-694-2828 and they can meet your needs.

Feel free to use the contact form below to request a quote for your project.

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