Our masonry calculators are designed to help estimate material for concrete, block, brick, slabs, foundations, and landscaping projects and are geared to assist both professionals and do-it-yourselfers. Masonry calculators lower the risk of measurement error and reduce the time needed to estimate supplies. We also show you how we find the answer and provide formulas.
Popular Masonry Calculators
These are our most popular masonry calculators.
- Brick Calculator
- Concrete Block Calculator
- Concrete Calculator
- Paver Calculator
- Post Hole Concrete Calculator
- Rebar Material Calculator
- Retaining Wall Calculator
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Estimate how many bricks are needed by entering the size of the wall and selecting the size brick being used. Learn how to calculate brick material.
Estimate how much grout or concrete is required to fill the voids in a concrete block wall or foundation using the dimensions of the wall or the number of block.
Calculate concrete needed for a slab, footing, post, patio, or other masonry project and find the concrete cost. Estimate how many cubic yards and bags of concrete fill a space.
Estimate concrete, rebar, and installation materials for a concrete driveway project and get a price estimate for the materials.
Get estimates from professional, local masonry professionals for your concrete project. Learn more about how to select a concrete professional and hire a contractor.
Calculate material for concrete steps or stairs by entering the stair width, rise, run, and number of stairs. Get a concrete cost estimate for the project.
Find out how much it costs to build a retaining wall. Cost is usually determined by the size of the wall, the selected materials, and the amount of labor needed.
Learn how much it costs to install a brick wall and which factors affect the cost.
Removing a concrete slab usually costs $1,000 – $2,000 for a mid-sized project. Learn more about how much your slab removal project would cost and what affects the cost of concrete demolition projects.