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Posted on May 23, 2011 by SteveP
Category: Questions & Answers Tags: Concrete Patio
There are a lot of factors that can dictate the cost. If the area is already cleared and that you want a 4 concrete slab I would figure around $1,200-1,500. Now, if it is hard to get to (i.e. back yard and concrete truck can’t pull up and dump, there are trees in the way, steep hill to climb, etc.) the the cost will be higher. You need to provide more details regarding your situation and what type of patio you want…. concrete, pavers, flagstone, wood deck, etc.
An example I often give when someone asks me how much something will cost before any design has been done is I do not know, how much is a car? Think about it. Do you want a $11,000 Hyundai or a $70,000 Mercedes? Both provide transportation but the costs are very different.
Sunshine, do yourself a favor and start by getting free estimates from local concrete contractors for your concrete patio development, as you need the local going rate of cost, which varies by location. Here is a link to a handyman site that offers free very resourceful information to assist you in your project, and, ultimately, select a local concrete contractor in an effort to have you get treated fairly by the contractor:
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Hope this works out for you, and that you get to sell your house!
The Internet. Just whatever is available online and what I have on my mind, including the inclusion of relevant sites, like the 1 cited that came about from my efforts, which is intended to be useful. Helping people get the relevant info they want is great.
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