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How long should it take to pour a 10 ft. by 10 ft. concrete slab?

Less than 2 hours
2-4 hours
4-6 hours
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Question: How long should it take to pour a 10 ft. by 10 ft. concrete slab?
Top Answer (50% of 10 votes): Less than 2 hours.

Answer: 2-4 hours
Explanation: The placement period of the pour would be relatively short, depending on accessibility, and crew ability, but the set time would be 2-4 hours from placement influenced some by weather, regardless of the size of the placement.
Maven Group LLC
Answer: Less than 2 hours
Explanation: Less than 2 hours. You are limited on time with concrete. You have a short period of time with a 4'' slump. Once the concrete starts to set up it is almost impossible to finish.
Colorado Concrete
Answer: Not sure
Explanation: Depends on forming and if you can get truck to are or have to use wheelbarrow
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