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Posted on November 29, 2011 by SteveP
Category: Questions & Answers Tags: Concrete Driveway
psi? pounds per square inch ? what has this got to do with concrete?
You’ll do better with 3000 psi poured four inches thick. The cost should not be much higher.
6,000 lb # six slump six inches thick
I would go with either 3000 or 4500, a minimum of six inches thick. Yes, this is a heavy mix, but you can park anything you want on it; a car, truck, van, boat, camper or semi…it’ll support them all. Use heavy wire mesh, too.
Good luck and enjoy!
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