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Aggregate Calculator

Use Billd’s aggregate calculator to determine the quantity of aggregates needed for your next project.

Aggregate Calculator


How to use the aggregate calculator

This aggregate calculator estimates the cubic yards of aggregates needed to complete your next project. To use the calculator simply enter the length, width, and thickness of the aggregates you are going to be placing and click on the “calculate” button.

How to get aggregates for your next construction project

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Calculate how much aggregate your project will need

To estimate the quantity of aggregates required on your project, measure the area and thickness where you will be placing the aggregates. You should reference your project’s drawings and specifications to help determine the thickness and type of aggregates that are being used. Then enter your measurements in Billd’s aggregates calculator.
The estimated weight is based on an average weight of 2.26 tons per cubic yard of aggregates.
Width (yards) x Length (yards) x Thickness (inches) x 110 lbs
2000 lbs = Total tons of aggregate
The estimated cost is based on the average cost of aggregates of between $40 and $55 per cubic yard. The price of aggregates depends on a variety of factors including:
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Find an Aggregates Supplier

To determine the right aggregates supplier for your project you should reach out to several aggregates suppliers and landscaping suppliers. Look for suppliers that are close to your project’s location. Generally, the closer the supplier is to your project the more money you will save on transportation costs.
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Get Quotes From Aggregate Suppliers

Using your aggregates quantity estimate, call or email your local aggregates suppliers to determine the best price per cubic yard of aggregates delivered to your job site.
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