How to Pour a Concrete Shed Slab! DIY!

In this video we go over how to Pour a easy Beginner concrete Shed Slab. We go take you from start to finish on this job of how we accomplished a 8 x 10 shed slab. We also go over some useful tips when working on a project like this! Hope this was helpful for your next concrete shed pour! Dont forget to LIKE,SHARE,SUBSCRIBE and comment if there are any questions! Thank you for the support!

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20 Replies to “How to Pour a Concrete Shed Slab! DIY!”

  1. You can save yourself having to go over some low/high holidays if you use a full length screed board to rod it off…just saying.
    Did you just not have one long enough? Or do you like to use a shorter board?

  2. Contractors should educate their clients on where not to cut corners.
    If your customer will not pay for a quality job, you should not have taken it.

  3. I think a concrete pad for a shed is silly.. Just plain silly I tell ya'!!  Especially for that small size. Solid concrete blocks with skids or post and beam type system is cheaper than a slab and you can move it if you want to in the future.  Just silly!!!!!  🙂

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