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Re: Cost of concrete pad [Re: Ed Patrick] #7572837
04/29/22 05:22 PM
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7 yr. ago small tool shed 30x40 was 7 dollars a sq. ft. In Indiana. Add inflation and other costs for your area.
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Re: Cost of concrete pad [Re: G Hose] #7572840
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Originally Posted by G Hose
Monolithic just means all poured at once. Anytime that term is used around here footings are usually involved. But I see what your saying. So how deep are your edges going to be an how wide at that depth?


Any suggestions?

Re: Cost of concrete pad [Re: Ed Patrick] #7572845
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Any suggestions? [/quote]

If you’re going to pour the floor 4” thick I would just do a small turn down so it’s 6” around the sides an about 12” wide. But if you form with 2x6s you will have to add clean stone in the middle to get the 4”
I would do the turn down around the edges an put poly down an use mat wire which is usually heavier gauge than the roll wire an don’t let them leave the wire on the bottom, make sure they pull it up as they pour. Doesn’t do any good on the bottom. Also would get it slick finished for easy clean up. We charge the same for slick or broom
If I went an priced the slab I mentioned above it would be 2300$ with no grading.

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Re: Cost of concrete pad [Re: Ed Patrick] #7572852
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Originally Posted by Ed Patrick
Any idea on the going rate for a 20x20 ft concrete pad with brushed finished? 4 in. monolithic, 4000 psi concrete. Easy access, area if fairly flat, will need minimal site prep. No trees or other obstacles. Concrete truck can pull right up to the site for the pour. Going to be used for a shop. No vehicles. Appreciate any thoughts.


Ed just called the guys that did mine. Here's their break down.
1100 for concrete
300 for steel and sealer
1,000 for labor
200.00 for rock
350 for bobcat work if needed. If level won't be that high.
That's 5 in thick minimal all they pour.

Re: Cost of concrete pad [Re: Ed Patrick] #7572855
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Originally Posted by Ed Patrick
Any idea on the going rate for a 20x20 ft concrete pad with brushed finished? 4 in. monolithic, 4000 psi concrete. Easy access, area if fairly flat, will need minimal site prep. No trees or other obstacles. Concrete truck can pull right up to the site for the pour. Going to be used for a shop. No vehicles. Appreciate any thoughts.

ask psb thats his field

Re: Cost of concrete pad [Re: Ed Patrick] #7572858
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Did a 28 x 30 pad last year 24 inch by 8 footing , 6 inches thick rebar in the footing wire innthe floor. 15 grand last summer. High quote was 32 thousand. [Linked Image]
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Re: Cost of concrete pad [Re: Ed Patrick] #7572878
04/29/22 06:30 PM
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$20,000 in my area all labor and mud, cut and no seal.

Re: Cost of concrete pad [Re: Ed Patrick] #7572884
04/29/22 06:36 PM
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4000# 195.00 yard x 6 $1170
fiber 5.00 Yard $ 30.00
delivery $20 per 10 miles from plant $20.00
Form, pour, finish, seal, cut joints, strip $300.00Yd x 6 $1800

Total $3020
Leveling, gravel, wire/rebar extra.






Re: Cost of concrete pad [Re: Ed Patrick] #7572934
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Here is my bid, ....Trackloader to remove topsoil and leave on site, level sand and compact. $ 500
1 tandem load fill sand $ 250
Form with 2x8, install 4 inch, 4000 psi, 10 gauge wire mesh, machine finish, 1 coat cure & seal 400 sq ft at $6 $2400
Install 12 in x 12 in footing around perimeter 2 #4 rebar. As per local code 80 lineal ft at $20 $1600
1/2 in x 10 in galv anchor bolts 4 ft on center $ 75
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$4825
Note.. Does not include curb around perimeter if needed add..$1200

Re: Cost of concrete pad [Re: Ed Patrick] #7572949
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I'd leave out anchor bolts. To open end up where a stud goes.
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Re: Cost of concrete pad [Re: Ed Patrick] #7572953
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Re: Cost of concrete pad [Re: Ed Patrick] #7572955
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Originally Posted by Ed Patrick
Originally Posted by G Hose
Monolithic just means all poured at once. Anytime that term is used around here footings are usually involved. But I see what your saying. So how deep are your edges going to be an how wide at that depth?


Any suggestions?


Our local code says the footing on a mono-slab must be 12" x 12'' under the 4 " floor, and can be up to 720 sq ft. Larger than 720 sq ft requires a frost footing.

Re: Cost of concrete pad [Re: 330-Trapper] #7572966
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Originally Posted by 330-Trapper
I wish some of you lived near me


I wish I lived closer to nvwrangler. lol

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