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Published on 12/28/2019

Published by marketing@concretebroker.com.au

How much is my concrete going to cost in the USA

Homeguide.com lets us know the cost per yard of concrete delivered to you


 

 

Source : homeguide.com

 

 

How Much Does It Cost To Deliver Concrete Per Yard?

 

$119 – $147 Per Yard

 

The average cost of concrete delivery is $119 to $147 per cubic yard for a full 10-yard truckload of ready-mix concrete, and $172 per yard for a short-load of less than 10 yards. The cost of concrete to pour a sidewalk is $255 to $320, while a driveway or garage slab runs $1,060 to $1,270. Get free cost estimates from concrete contractors near you.

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Concrete Prices

 

The average cost of concrete is $119 to $147 per cubic yard, which includes delivery up to 20 miles. Pouring plain concrete costs $5 to $10 per square footdepending on the quality, while colored, stamped, or stained concrete costs $8 to $18 per square foot to install.

 

Average Concrete Prices Chart

 

 

CONCRETE PRICES

Project Cubic Yards Cost of Concrete + Delivery
4’ x 20’ Sidewalk 1.48 $255
10’ x 10’ Shed 1.85 $320
12’ x 12’ Patio 2.66 $460
20’ x 24’ Driveway 8.88 $1,060
24’ x 24’ Garage 10.66 $1,270

 

 

When pouring a concrete slab, patio, driveway, sidewalk, or adding steps, getting ready-mixed concrete delivered is quick and cost-effective. When estimating the costs of your concrete project, factors include the local cost of concrete, the amount of concrete you need, grading the land, preparing the subbase, installing concrete forms, laying reinforcements, pumping, and finishing.

Before hiring a concrete contractor, it's important to learn about the additional costs, delivery types, different concrete quality, and estimate how much concrete you need with the home guide cost calculator at homeguide.com.

 

How Much Concrete Do You Need?

How much concrete you need is typically measured in cubic yards and is the largest factor in determining your final delivery cost. Once you calculate how much concrete you need, add 5% to 10% to account for waste and spills.

Ordering more than you need is way better than ending up short. Pouring twice may produce a "cold seam" between the concrete that will cause you to start over.

 

 

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