How to pour a large concrete slab for a garage 60’ x 36’.
What I charge to install concrete slabs.
How much does it cost to pour and finish a concrete slab.
In this video I’ll be answering the questions above and showing you how we install a lot of our garage slabs.
I’ll cover the forming, rebar mat, and pouring the concrete.
We install dozens of concrete slabs this same way and I’ve made a course to teach you, step by step, how to do it yourself in my concrete slab course below!
Most the concrete slabs we install are 6 inches thick with the edges 12 inches thick.
We use 2x12’s for forms.
I don’t do the gravel sub grade work, that is subbed out to an excavation contractor and usually the owner takes care of hiring that person.
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