Price Of Cement In Nigeria

Cement is an essential building material made by grinding clinker together with various mineral components such as gypsum, limestone or pozzolan, is often used as the binding element in concrete, holding together the aggregate like sand or gravel, and then providing the strength and making it stable for necessary structures ranging from bridges to skyscrapers. Read Price of Granite in Nigeria.

Price Of Cement In Nigeria
Price Of Cement In Nigeria

Cement is a binding material used in construction, mainly for the purpose of holding together different components, such as stones, bricks, or sand, creating a solid, robust structure. Basically, cement serves as an indispensable in the creation of architectural building, roads, bridges, and various other forms of infrastructure. Its usage extends beyond these applications. Read: PVC Ceiling Price in Nigeria

In this article, i will give you a detailed overview on cement price in Nigeria, types of cement according to our research and where to buy a cement in Nigeria.

Types of Cement

We have many types of Cement in Nigeria and i have make the best pick of them all and I will list the type of Cement’s In Nigeria below;

  1. Dangote Cement
  2. Lafarge Cement
  3. BUA Cement
  4. UNICEM Cement
  5. Ashaka Cement

Note:- these types of Cement above is being pick base on customers reviews as they are affordable and has good quality in the that will make you want to buy more.

Cements Price In Nigeria

For most of you that don’t know the price of Cements in Nigeria or let’s say you don’t know how much is a Cements in Nigeria, this section is for you, I have make the best pick of Cement price in Nigeria that will make your your building or any other thing you want to use it for be outstanding and affordable. So I will be giving detailed estimates price on the pick I have made

The price varies due to Cost of Production, Infrastructure and Logistics, Exchange Rates and Market Competition of the cement. So you Should check the price I compile together below;

1. Dangote Cement

Dangote cements is one of the most diversified business conglomerates in Africa, led by the continent’s richest man, Aliko Dangote.

Dangote Cement is known for producing high-quality cement products. Their products meet the global standards for strength and durability, which makes them suitable for all types of construction projects.

The price of Dangote cement is being sold by bags which weighs 50kg and each bags is 3,900 – 4,200 in retail price currently . It is also sold in wholesale price too which the price per 600 bags is #2,350,000 – 2,450,000.

2. Lafarge Cement

Lafarge is a French multinational company that specializes in building materials, including cement. It was originally founded in 1833 by Joseph-Auguste Pavin de. Lafarge offers a wide range of products and services for construction. These include cement, ready-mix concrete, and aggregates, as well as associated services and solutions.

The price of Lafarge cement is being sold by bags which weighs 50kg and each bags is 3,900 – 4,100 in retail price. While the whole sales price is ₦2,200,000 – ₦2,400,000 currently

3. BUA Cement

BUA Cement is one of the leading cement manufacturing companies in Nigeria and a major player in the African cement industry. Established in 2008, BUA Cement has rapidly grown to become a significant force in the sector, with a commitment to producing high-quality cement products and contributing to the development of infrastructure across Nigeria.

The BUA Cement is being sold by bags which weighs 50kg and each bags is 3,900 – 4,100 in retail price. While the whole sales price is ₦2,200,000 – ₦2,400,000.

4. UNICEM Cement

UNICEM (United Cement Company of Nigeria) is a major cement manufacturer and supplier based in Nigeria. It is a subsidiary of the LafargeHolcim Group, one of the largest building materials companies in the world. With advanced technology and a focus on sustainable practices, UNICEM has been able to produce high-quality cement products that meet international standards.

As of present, the retail price of UNICEM cement in Nigeria is ₦3,600 — ₦3,900 per bag, depending on the location, while the wholesale price per 600 bags is ₦2,200,000 — ₦2,400,000.

5. Ashaka Cement

Ashaka cement is a subsidiary of Lafarge Africa Plc, one of the largest cement manufacturers in Africa. Ashaka Cement has been a key player in the Nigerian cement industry for several decades, contributing significantly to the country’s infrastructure development. It commenced cement production in 1983 and has been growing since then to become one of the major players in the industry. The company’s cement plant is located in Ashaka, Gombe State, in northeastern Nigeria.

The price of ashaka cement of present in Nigeria is ₦3,600 — ₦3,900 per bag and per retail selling, depending on the location, while the wholesale price per 600 bags is ₦2,200,000 — ₦2,400,000. Read Also: Window Blinds Price in Nigeria

Where To Buy Cement In Nigeria

The best place to buy cement in Nigeria is by visiting cement retailers, construction materials market, cement company depot online market place and construction and hardware stores.

It is highly recommended by me you get your Cement from offline store like cement retailers, construction and hardware stores, and any other depot that sells Cement because most of the things order online might not be accurate as it is listed online.

FAQS – Price Of Cement In Nigeria

What makes cement harden?

Cement hardens through a process called hydration. Hydration is a chemical reaction that occurs when water is added to cement, resulting in the formation of a solid, cohesive mass.

What are the basics of cement?

Well Cement is a crucial building material widely used in construction. It is a fine powder that hardens and binds other materials together to form a solid structure.

How long does cement take to dry?

Well it is advisable to let it dry for about 24 to 48 hours to walk on it without causing damage, but it may take up to 7 days or more for the cement to fully cure and reach its maximum strength.

Can you cement in the rain?

Well rain can cause challenges to the cementing process, it is possible to work with cement in light rain or drizzle. But heavy rain can negatively affect the quality of the cement and the curing process.

Conclusion

While the price of cement in Nigeria remains a complex and multifaceted issue Nigeria can strive towards a more stable and affordable cement market by supporting the growth and development of the construction industry and the nation as a whole.

Sucrose Segun
Sucrose Segun

Hi, my name Segun Joseph one of the writers at Nairacost.com, am here to give you information about the current price of car, gadget, food, electronics, building materials In Nigeria.

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