Most concrete slabs are at least 3 inches thick. A floor slab used for residential construction is typically 4 inches thick.
Thickness of concrete can vary, but on sidewalks, driveways, and parking lots, the standard is “2 units 3/8” thick.” This is a mandated, specific thickness as stated by the American Society for Testing and Materials. Once concrete is laid down, it must past muster through a series of other tests gauging its durability, ability to resist harsh climate, etc.
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