Concrete Mixes options at Hilltop Block & Supply
Hilltop Block carries 80 lb bags of concrete for any project including creating countertops, setting fence posts, anchoring poles, pouring slabs, walkways or footings.
High Strength Concrete Mix. In addition to our general purpose High Srength Concrete Mix, Sakrete offers a number of specialty concrete mixes including 5000 Plus Concrete Mix and Crack Resistant. Both are ideal for structural applications that demand high compressive strengths such as slabs that will subjected to heavy loads, commercial traffic or warehouses subjected to forklift traffic. 5000 Plus is endorsed by Cheng Concrete for use in concrete countertops where additional strength is required. It provides high strength and readily accepts pigments and stains for decorative, unique concrete countertops. For applications subjected to excessive movement or vibration, choose Crack Resistant.
Fast Setting Concrete Mix. If your application requires quick return to service, choose Sakrete Fast Setting Concrete Mix. This product combines the convenience of high strength concrete mix with a set time of just 30 minutes. Simply pour the product in the hole, add water and you’re ready to install fence posts. Since this is a fast setting concrete mix, you can hang fence the same day you install the posts.
Lightweight Concrete Mix. Looking for lightweight concrete mixes? Sakrete offers two versions including Lightweight Concrete Mix and Lightweight Fence Post Mix, both contain lightweight aggregate.
High-yield Concrete Mix. Sakrete offers Maximizer, a high-yield concrete ideal for reducing the number of bags needed to complete a job. An 80 lb. bag yields 60 percent more volume than any other standard 80 lb. concrete mix. A job that would require 40 bags of regular concrete would only require 24 bags of Maximizer.
Quick Calculator for Cubic Yards of Concrete
1 inch – 324
2 inches – 162
3 inches – 108
4 inches – 81
5 inches – 65
6 inches – 54
7 inches – 46
8 inches – 40
9 inches – 36
10 inches – 32.5
11 inches – 29.5
12 inches – 27
1.Width X Length = Square Foot of Area
2. Divide that by the above thickness, this will give you the estimated number of cubic yards required for your pour.