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neilp1

posted on 18/11/17 at 06:49 PM Reply With Quote
Shed Base??

I'm going to build a 10' x 8' shed and wondered how I work out how much aggregate, sand & cement I need for the job??

Is there an online tool??

Cheers in advance

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owelly

posted on 18/11/17 at 07:13 PM Reply With Quote
http://www.cemex.co.uk/concretecalculator.aspx

https://www.diydata.com/general_building/concrete_calculators/concrete_calculator_2_m.php

[Edited on 18/11/17 by owelly]





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rusty nuts

posted on 18/11/17 at 07:31 PM Reply With Quote
Just recently laid a base for my new shed and would advise checking with your local ready mix companies for price especially if you intend laying it on a Saturday as my local companies all charge extra for weekend delivery.
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907

posted on 18/11/17 at 08:39 PM Reply With Quote
4.6 metres x 2.1 metres x 100mm (ish)


Ballast & cement quote, 200 + 20 electric mixer hire.

Readymix, Saturday morning delivery, 180

No brainer.


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