Material Calculators

If you already have your measurements, you can use our handy calculators to estimate how much material you will need.

  • Concrete Flatwork
  • Concrete Column
  • Aggregate

Concrete Flatwork Calculator

Enter the width, length, and depth of your pour. This calculator will compute the total cubic yards required. Fraction values will not work in these calculators. Enter decimal values instead. For instance, 1/4 inches should be entered as 0.25 inches.

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Estimated Cubic Yards

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Concrete Column Calculator

Enter the height and diameter of your column. This calculator will compute the total cubic yards required. Fraction values will not work in these calculators. Enter decimal values instead. For instance, 1/4 inches should be entered as 0.25 inches.

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Estimated Cubic Yards

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Asphalt Calculator

Enter your desired length, width, and depth requirements. This calculator will compute the total tons required. Fraction values will not work in these calculators. Enter decimal values instead. For instance, 1/4 inches should be entered as 0.25 inches.

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Aggregate Calculator

To use this calculator enter your desired length, width, and depth requirements. If desired, you can enter material specific densities for a more accurate volume estimate. This calculator should be used for estimates only. Actual material requirements may differ based on material densities, compaction, and sub-grade depths. Fraction values will not work in these calculators. Enter decimal values instead. For instance, 1/4 inches should be entered as 0.25 inches.

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Estimated Tons

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Landscape Products Calculator

Enter your desired length, width, and depth requirements. This calculator will compute the total tons required. Fraction values will not work in these calculators. Enter decimal values instead. For instance, 1/4 inches should be entered as 0.25 inches.

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Estimated Cubic Yards

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