# How many square feet is 10 yards concrete?

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**One Cubic**Yard of Concrete: 4-inches thick – covers 81 square feet. 5-inches thick – covers

**65 square feet**. 6-inches thick – covers 54 square feet.

In respect to this, how do you convert square feet into concrete yards?

**Calculate**

- Calculate your area (see below)
- Calculate your volume: Multiply area times the depth, this will be volume in cubic feet.
- Calculate your cubic yards: Divide cubic feet by 27 to convert to cubic yards and this is your answer.
- Where (ft
^{2}) = square foot, (ft^{3}) = cubic foot, (yd^{3}) = cubic yard.

**concrete**slab

**costs**$4 to $8 per

**square foot**with most homeowners spending between $5.35 to $6.17 per

**square foot**, or $113 to $126 per cubic yard for both materials and installation. Your final cost will depend on the slabs size, thickness, and if you any special reinforcement such as wire mesh or rebar.

In this regard, how much concrete do I need for a 10x10 slab?

Using a **Concrete Calculator** You'll also get the number of 40-pound, 60-pound, or 80-pound bags of **concrete** are needed for the project. For example, a 10′ x 10′ **slab** that is 4″ thick will **need** an estimated 1.23 yards^{3} or 75 60lb bags of **concrete** and will cost roughly $140.

One Cubic Yard = 27 Cubic Feet Length x Width = Square Feet

1 YD | 10 YD | |
---|---|---|

Depth | ||

2 Inches | 162 sq.ft. | 1620 sq.ft. |

3 Inches | 108 sq.ft. | 1080 sq.ft. |

4 Inches | 81 sq.ft. | 810 sq.ft. |