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Quikrete

Model 100700

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80 lb. High Early Strength Concrete Mix

  • Heavy duty, 5000 psi concrete mix
  • Walk on in 10-12 hours
  • Three times stronger in one day than standard concrete mix

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Quikrete 80 lb. 5000 High Early Strength Concrete Mix consists of a commercial grade blend of Portland cement, sand, gravel. This concrete mix is designed for applications requiring high early strength and rapid strength gains. Quikrete 80 lb. 5000 High Early Strength Concrete Mix has a walk on time of 10-12 hours. It is a perfect mix for both the DIY'er and contractor that are looking for a concrete with rapid strength gain.

  • Perfect for commercial applications at least 2 in. thick: footings, foundations, driveways, and patios
  • Reaches 2500 psi in 3 days and 5000 psi in 28 days
  • Ideal for cold weather applications
  • Just add water
  • Exceeds specifications of C387 for high strength concrete mixes
  • Learn more about concrete and cement here in our Buying Guide
  • Note: product may vary by store



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Can I use this for a 6'' thick equipment pad? Or is 1 1/2'' the maximum thickness?

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lonnie
pittsfield ma.
December 24, 2012
The product I would like to use is the Quikrete 5000 high strength concrete product.
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July 9, 2016
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I have a secondary question to this. Do I need to add rebar to prevent sinking and weight on copper water pipes in hole?
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May 30, 2013
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Yes you can. You can pour this 12"+ thick if you needed to. The key to equipment pads is how much weight and how much vibration will there be, as that'll determine the thickness and the amount of reinforcing steel you need to use. It'd be wise to consult a structural engineer.
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April 8, 2013
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The primary reason they suggest 1 to 1.5 inches is because of the quick high strength component, pouring 6 inches is likely not a good idea.
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December 26, 2012
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Yes – you may use QUIKRETE® 5000 for a 6” thick slab. It can be used for any application requiring concrete in a minimum thickness of 1 1/2" (38 mm), such as slabs, footings, steps, columns, walls and patios.
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Is this product Water-Proof once cured?

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Waleska, GA
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February 17, 2016
I am building a deck and want to use this product for setting posts in the ground. Trying to decide between setting posts in the ground and surrounding with concrete vs. pouring footings and setting metal bracket in concrete and attaching posts to bracket. In the ground provides more lateral stability and I have read that this type of concrete is water proof when cured, is that true?
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February 19, 2016
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This concrete is not water proof when cured.
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February 18, 2016
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QUIKRETE® 5000 Concrete Mix, like any other regular or high early strength concrete, is not water-proof when cured. Concrete in general is a porous material. Setting posts in concrete, as well as setting protected metal brackets in concrete are common practices that are used successfully. Any wood that is going to be set in concrete should be classified as “rot resistant wood”. Certain woods are Read More
QUIKRETE® 5000 Concrete Mix, like any other regular or high early strength concrete, is not water-proof when cured. Concrete in general is a porous material. Setting posts in concrete, as well as setting protected metal brackets in concrete are common practices that are used successfully. Any wood that is going to be set in concrete should be classified as “rot resistant wood”. Certain woods are naturally more rot resistant than other types, while some woods, sure as pine, must be treated to be considered rot resistant. Contact your local Home Depot store for assistance in determining what rot resistant wood is available in your area. Metal brackets set in concrete must be made of metal that is compatible with cement (an alkaline material), such as galvanized steel, or there is potential for corrosion. Be cautioned that aluminum, in particular, should be avoided as it reacts with alkaline material. Please consult with local building codes to ensure compliance. Read Less
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February 18, 2016
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Hello Shasta1,
This concrete has the same adverse effects on wood post as a lower strength concrete. For Deck it is advisable to use standoff metal post brackets that are set into the concrete, to eliminate concrete contact with your wooden post.
It is always a good idea to contact your local building department for your codes and standards.
Thanks for your inquiry.
.Charlotte
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How much money will I save on a 1700 sq foot building floor, buying mixing the creat and doing the labor my self vs. having someone else doing the job

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January 2, 2013
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May 30, 2013
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Do not even consider doing a hand mix with that big of a job. Seriously - anything over 3/4 yd, order a redimix concrete truck for the job. It is plain a LOT more cost effective with a redi-mix truck. Also--remember the pour has to be 1 continuous monolith slab--neaning it all needs to be in place in 1.5 hrs time. So this limits how much you can mix using a mixer.
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April 8, 2013
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Generally speaking setting up, mixing, pouring /laying cement is labor intensive as there is a time component to take into account. How much money you can save by doing a cement job yourself, is almost impossible to answer as your skill level is a major factor in the overall success or failure of such a project. Labor, product, overhead, and markup = total cost of job - usually labor is around 30% of Read More
Generally speaking setting up, mixing, pouring /laying cement is labor intensive as there is a time component to take into account. How much money you can save by doing a cement job yourself, is almost impossible to answer as your skill level is a major factor in the overall success or failure of such a project. Labor, product, overhead, and markup = total cost of job - usually labor is around 30% of total cost. Read Less
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Hi Dave,
While we would be happy to assist you, we are unable to provide you with an estimate of the savings as it relates to the cost of labor. This item is a store exclusive. Please contact your local store directly for pricing and availability.
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Leveling Floor and filling in where previously 2" of compacted sand under tile was.

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May 3, 2016
Entryway into home, 12' x 4'5" , I pulled up all the tile after a plumbing job, and under the tile was a lot of sand used to level the tile.
On one end of the 12' long entryway I need about 2 1/2" of fill, the other end i need around 1".
My intention is to get it to the point where I can put down more tile. Right now it is a uneven mess.
Do I need a bonding adhesive between the old concrete and the new?
Would I use this product or something else?
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May 11, 2016
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The application you describe may be done with either the use of QUIKRETE® Self-Leveling Floor Resurfacer (Fast Setting), #1249-51 for a self-leveling product, or QUIKRETE® Sand/Topping Mix, #1103, for a trowelable product using forms. Before leveling the floor using either product, it will be critical to clean the unsealed / uncoated concrete substrate and remove all dirt, dust, oil, and other bond Read More
The application you describe may be done with either the use of QUIKRETE® Self-Leveling Floor Resurfacer (Fast Setting), #1249-51 for a self-leveling product, or QUIKRETE® Sand/Topping Mix, #1103, for a trowelable product using forms. Before leveling the floor using either product, it will be critical to clean the unsealed / uncoated concrete substrate and remove all dirt, dust, oil, and other bond breakers from it. When using the QUIKRETE® Self-Leveling Floor Resurfacer (Fast Setting), be sure to follow all instructions, which include priming with QUIKRETE® Concrete Bonding Adhesive, #9902, diluted with 1 part Bonding Adhesive and with 2 parts clean water. For areas deeper than 1 inch, apply Self-Leveling Floor Resurfacer (Fast Setting) in layers no greater than 1 inch, priming between layers with diluted QUIKRETE® Concrete Bonding Adhesive. QUIKRETE® Sand/Topping Mix, #1103, should be applied over a painted on coating of QUIKRETE® Concrete Bonding Adhesive. Please call QUIKRETE® Technical Center at 1-800-282-5828 to discuss further. Read Less
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Dear Valued Home Depot Customer, we have reached out to the vendor and their response is, "The application you describe may be done with either the use of QUIKRETE® Self-Leveling Floor Resurfacer (Fast Setting), #1249-51 for a self-leveling product, or QUIKRETE® Sand/Topping Mix, #1103, for a trowelable product using forms. Before leveling the floor using either product, it will be critical to clean the Read More
Dear Valued Home Depot Customer, we have reached out to the vendor and their response is, "The application you describe may be done with either the use of QUIKRETE® Self-Leveling Floor Resurfacer (Fast Setting), #1249-51 for a self-leveling product, or QUIKRETE® Sand/Topping Mix, #1103, for a trowelable product using forms. Before leveling the floor using either product, it will be critical to clean the unsealed / uncoated concrete substrate and remove all dirt, dust, oil, and other bond breakers from it. When using the QUIKRETE® Self-Leveling Floor Resurfacer (Fast Setting), be sure to follow all instructions, which include priming with QUIKRETE® Concrete Bonding Adhesive, #9902, diluted with 1 part Bonding Adhesive and with 2 parts clean water. For areas deeper than 1 inch, apply Self-Leveling Floor Resurfacer (Fast Setting) in layers no greater than 1 inch, priming between layers with diluted QUIKRETE® Concrete Bonding Adhesive. QUIKRETE® Sand/Topping Mix, #1103, should be applied over a painted on coating of QUIKRETE® Concrete Bonding Adhesive. Please call QUIKRETE® Technical Center at 1-800-282-5828 to discuss further. Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Quick and easy Fixed my private gravel road in a matter of minutes August 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good fast concrete Set quickly and well, but the package recommended too little water; it took us a while to hit the right amount. August 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A great product for specific applications. When you need a high strength concrete in a short period of time - this product is the way to go. An example is replacing your garage apron, after 3 days you can easily drive your vehicle over it, where as for the same strength regular mix concrete it'd be 2.5 weeks to get the same strength. Another example is say a 4'x5' concrete pad for a stair landing coming off a wood deck. 2 days later the stair stringers can be placed without fear of chipping off a corner while installing the stairs. Also the working time is the same as regular concrete, so for a DIYer you'll need that time for leveling and finishing. But considering the extra cost compared to a regular concrete mix, this limits its use based on economics. Otherwise the product itself is the best out for a concrete mix. May 30, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by basement pad Use this product very frequently and always does a awesome job. Poured a 6 foot by 7 foot by 3 1/2 " pad in a basement for a washer and did perfectly. September 30, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 5000 concrete held the post well! I used 4 80 lb bags for a cedar post for mailbox.Plow hit and destroyed the plastic box but not a crack in the concrete or cedar. June 20, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Product as described Product as described. Easy to use. Worked well for my project. December 27, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Was excellent. We used this for fence posts and it set quickly. Very satisfied. Worked for fence posts and there was a terrible storm after we put up the fence and the posts didn't budge. October 4, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Average concrete mix Sets up in 60 minutes as bag stated. My only issue was during frame removal, all of the corners deformed slightly. Having poured concrete several times before this was unexpected. April 8, 2013
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