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What is the ideal slump rating for a 4-inch residential concrete driveway?

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Question: What is the ideal slump rating for a 4-inch residential concrete driveway?
Top Answer (46% of 28 votes): 4 inches.

Answer: 5 inches
Explanation: 5" is typically ideal on a residential driveway as it is achievable without raising the W/C ratio, while still being workable enough to be finished economically without the extra labor expense often required of lower slumps.
Maven Group LLC
Answer: 4 inches
Explanation: 4 inch slump is perfect. Anything more than a 4'' will be too wet and take the strength out of the concrete.
Colorado Concrete
Answer: 4 inches
Explanation: 4 inch is just right not to wet or to dry.
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