Answer

Estimated Concrete Volume

185.185 cubic yards

5000 cubic feet

Estimated Weight of Concrete

## 332.41 tons

Covering 10000 sq. ft. at 6" depthChange dimensions

Optional 10% extra concrete

for waste allowance

10% = 18.52 cubic yards

Total Concrete with 10% = 203.7 cubic yards

for waste allowance

10% = 18.52 cubic yards

Total Concrete with 10% = 203.7 cubic yards

## Order Size

This order size is considered

**Large**### How Many Concrete Bags?*

11081 | 60lb Concrete bags |

8311 | 80lb Concrete bags |

2500 | Small wheelbarrow loads |

1250 | Large wheelbarrow loads |

## Concrete Truck for 100'x100' x6"

x18.52

**18.52 Concrete Truck Loads**(10 cu/yd Capacity)

## Cost Estimate for 100'x100' x6"

Purchasing ready-mix concrete is by far the easiest way to mix concrete for medium to large projects and can even be used on smaller projects as well. We have provided a cost comparison between ready mix and DIY concrete premix bags to give you a rough ballpark estimate.

## Bag Cost Estimate

Pre-mixed concrete bags cost on average $3.50 per 80lb bag. Using pre-mixed bags to cover 10000 sq ft at a depth of 6", the estimated cost is

**$29,088.50****$29,088.50**

for 8311 x 80lb bags

## Truck Cost Estimate

Ready-mixed concrete costs on average $108.22 per cubic yard delivered. Using a concrete truck to cover 10000 sq ft at a depth of 6", the estimated cost is

4.8 x $17.00 = $81.60

$20,040.74 + $81.60 =

*6 inch pours and under.

**Cost assumes subbase and general prep is done.

**$20,040.74**Concrete trucks may also charge a **"short load"** fee for partially filled loads. Short load fees are charged at about $17 for every yard not used on the truck.

4.8 x $17.00 = $81.60

$20,040.74 + $81.60 =

**$20,122.34****$20,122.34**

### Pros Do Everything*

$50,000.00 | $5.00 sq ft Low End** |

$60,000.00 | $6.00 sq ft |

$70,000.00 | $7.00 sq ft |

$80,000.00 | $8.00 sq ft |

$105,000.00 | $10.50 sq ft High End*** |

*6 inch pours and under.

**Cost assumes subbase and general prep is done.

## Concrete Extras

A well-compacted

**subbase**provides a strong foundation for concrete to lay on. We recommend you contact your nearest concrete supplier for their recommendations on whether you need a subbase, base depth, and rock type.With a brief look, a 100x100 area at 6 inches deep, you would need approximately **262.96 tons** or **185.19 cubic yards of gravel**.

**Concrete reinforcing** is also recommended in high traffic areas and medium to large areas. **Wire mesh** on average costs **$0.56 per sq ft** and **fiber mesh** costs **$0.13 per sq ft**.

So for your **10000 sq ft area**, this may roughly cost **$5,600.00** for wire mesh, **$30,000.00** for thicker wire rebar mesh and **$1,300.00** for fiber mesh.

How to Calculate Concrete Amount for 100x100 x6"

100 * 100 = 10000 sq ft

6 / 12 = 0.5 ft depth

10000 * 0.5 = 5000 cu ft

5000 / 27 = 185.18518518519

= 185.185 cu/yd

How to Calculate Concrete Weight

185.18518518519 * 3590 = 664814.81 lbs

Density of concrete used 2130 kg/m

6 / 12 = 0.5 ft depth

10000 * 0.5 = 5000 cu ft

5000 / 27 = 185.18518518519

= 185.185 cu/yd

How to Calculate Concrete Weight

185.18518518519 * 3590 = 664814.81 lbs

Density of concrete used 2130 kg/m

^{3}or 133 lbs/ft^{3}.## 100 ft x 100 ft x 6" Concrete Summary

**How much concrete do I need for an area of 100 ft x 100 ft x 6" depth?**185.185 cu. yds.

**How many concrete bags would I need for a 100 ft x 100 ft x 6" slab?**8311 x 80lb Concrete bags.

**How much does it cost to pour a 100'x100' x6" slab?**Ready-mix costs approx $20,122.34.

**How much does it cost to hire a contractor to concrete a 100'x100' x6" slab?**A pro costs between $50,000.00 and $105,000.00.

**How do you calculate concrete volume?**Formula ((width x length) x (depth in inches / 12)) / 27 = total cubic yards. See our how to here

**This Page is Calculated for the Following:**100 ft x 100 ft x 6", 100x100x6, 10000 sq. ft., 100 x 100, 100x100, 100x100 x6", 100'

*x*100'

*x*6", 100'x100' x6"

This

**Concrete**calculator can be used for a slab, floor, garage, block, wall, driveway, patio, countertop, footings, foundation, pool or basement, and most rectangular areas.