Pouring a slab of concrete depends on the length, width and thickness required. There are 3 ways in which to pour concrete, and they all significantly vary in price. This includes:

Pouring a concrete slab is very similar to pouring a concrete footing. Using the same measurements, it would cost near enough the same to pour a concrete slab. Using 111 40lb bags would cost $555 dollars, using 74 60lb bags would cost $370 and 56 80lg bags of pre-mixed concrete would cost $280. The only difference is that width is measured by feet rather than inches.

Pouring a concrete column is a bit different to pouring a slab or footing of concrete. Diameter and height are the measurements needed to calculate how many pre-mix concrete bags are required to make a concrete column. All measurements must be calculated in inches. For example. If you want a column measuring 12 inches (1 foot) in diameter and 72 inches (6 foot) in height it would take 16 40lb bags or 11 60lb bags or 8 80lb bags of pre-mix concrete. This would cost $80, $55 or $40, respectively.

- Footing
- Slab
- Column

Pouring a concrete slab is very similar to pouring a concrete footing. Using the same measurements, it would cost near enough the same to pour a concrete slab. Using 111 40lb bags would cost $555 dollars, using 74 60lb bags would cost $370 and 56 80lg bags of pre-mixed concrete would cost $280. The only difference is that width is measured by feet rather than inches.

Pouring a concrete column is a bit different to pouring a slab or footing of concrete. Diameter and height are the measurements needed to calculate how many pre-mix concrete bags are required to make a concrete column. All measurements must be calculated in inches. For example. If you want a column measuring 12 inches (1 foot) in diameter and 72 inches (6 foot) in height it would take 16 40lb bags or 11 60lb bags or 8 80lb bags of pre-mix concrete. This would cost $80, $55 or $40, respectively.