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Q:How much I need for 18ft�31ft 3inch
by|Nov 22, 2022
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A:  Zeru. To pour an area 18' x 31' x 3" with gravel will take approximately 279/60lbs. bags.

by|Nov 22, 2022

    A:  One bag fills 0.6 cu ft., so 18x31x0.25=139.5 cu ft. 139.5/0.6=232.5. You need 233 bags. 

    by|Apr 24, 2023
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      Q:what size or type of gravel should i use to set fence post. Dont want to do concrete
      by|Nov 2, 2022
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      A:  Daniel, there is not a specific gravel to advise using for setting a fence post.

      by|Nov 3, 2022
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        Q:How much 60/lb would I need for a foundation drainage system using a 4? corrugated pipe that is 62? length x 8?wide x 6?deep?
        by|Sep 16, 2022
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        A:  Roni, To insure that this is calculated correctly. Please contact us directly at 1-866-SAKRETE (866-725-7383).

        by|Sep 16, 2022
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          Q:How many 60lb. boxes of gravel to equal a yard of gravel?
          by|Sep 6, 2022
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          A:  One yard of gravel will take approximately 54/60lbs. boxes of gravel.

          by|Oct 28, 2023
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            Q:Filling the inside of greenhouse. Measures 12ft by 10ft and 5 inches deep. How much would i need
            by|Aug 30, 2022
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            A:  Bryce, To pour an area 12' x 10' x 5" inches in depth will take approximately 100/60lbs. bags of gravel.

            by|Aug 31, 2022
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              Q:How much would i need to do 20ft long 2ft wide and 2 inches deep
              by|Aug 23, 2022
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              A:  Tyler, To cover an area that is 20' x 2' x 2" inches in depth will take approximately 14/60lbs. bags of gravel.

              by|Feb 12, 2023
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                Q:I’m building a fairly small concrete slab for a shed and want to ensure proper drainage below. Actual drainage base footing will be 42in x 74in x 2in.
                by|Aug 16, 2022
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                A:  To cover an area that is 3.5' x 6.5' x 2" with All Purpose Gravel will take approximately 8/60lbs. bags

                by|Aug 16, 2022
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                  Q:How many boxes do I need for 157 square feet
                  by|Jul 16, 2022
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                  A:  This cannot be properly calculated without knowing the depth. If you would like to contact us directly with the measurements. We can certainly calculate the amount needed. 1-866-SAKRETE (866-725-7383).

                  by|Jul 18, 2022
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                    Q:How many packages do I need for 20 by 20 patio and the gravel to be 3 inches deep?
                    by|Jul 13, 2022
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                    A:  To cover an area 20' x 20' x 3" inches in depth will take approximately 200/60lbs. bags of gravel.

                    by|Jul 13, 2022
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                      Q:How many bags for 9?x11? at 2 ? deep as a base for pavers and artificial grass? Thank you!
                      by|Jul 11, 2022
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                      A:  To cover an area 9' x 11' x 2" inches in depth will take approximately 33/60lbs. bags of gravel.

                      by|Jul 11, 2022

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