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Usually, contractors involved within the work of sidewalks, driveways, paving need to work onsite for completing the fieldwork and struggle to estimate accurately for bidding proposals. We help them with our accurate estimate report for concrete projects.

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As for thickness, non-reinforced pavement four inches thick is standard for passenger car driveways. For heavier vehicles, a thickness of five inches is recommended. To eliminate standing water, the driveway should be sloped towards the street a minimum of one percent, or 1/8 inch per foot, for proper drainage.

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The average cost is $6 to $10 per square foot. The median price is about $6 per square foot. Based on these averages, you may pay $5,200 to $10,300 with a median estimate of $8,300.

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It would be about $8,700 to $12,500 for a 40×60 foot concrete slab, 6 inches thick. That’s based on national averages of around $7 per square foot for a fully engineered, finished concrete slab, including labor and materials.

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Architectural concrete refers to concrete that while providing an aesthetic finish to the building also serves a structural function. Decorative concrete typically refers to concrete flatwork or building elements such as panels, that while enhanced with texture or color, are not structural building members.

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The total cost of building a custom home can also vary quite a bit depending on the choices you make, the building materials you use, labor costs and even what region of the country you’re in. Though $285,239 is the average, most homeowners spend $120,537 – $452,335 to build their homes. Keep in mind, you also need to buy and prep the land the home is on.

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$188,000 – $446,000

Building a Basement for a New Home

Basement installation for new construction costs $26,500 to $52,000 on average. Excavating at least eight feet deep then grading the land will be the most significant expense followed by materials, drainage systems, sealing, and waterproofing.

  • Standard Full Basement

    A typical walkout basement costs $48,000 to $100,500. A walkout basement costs about $20,000 more than a regular full basement and requires extra excavation and grading.

  • Cost To Dig A Basement

    The cost to dig a basement for new construction is $12,000 to $36,000. Basement excavation costs $10 to $20 per square foot and takes 2 to 4 weeks to dig-out and build. Digging a basement under an existing house averages $47 per square foot because the house must be raised first.

  • Cost To Pour A Basement

    The concrete and labor cost to pour a basement depends mostly on how deep the excavation work needs to be and the condition of the soil. Homeowners report spending $14,811 to $44,478 or an average of $18.52 per square foot to pour their basement foundation and walls.

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Garage Foundation Cost

A 24’ x 24’ (2-car) garage foundation costs $3,259 to $4,987, while a 16’ x 24’ (1-car) slab costs $2,239 to $3,391 installed. Prices range from $7.31 to $10.31 per square foot for a 4” reinforced concrete slab, and $8.83 to $12.32 per square foot for a 6” slab installed.

Concrete Footing Cost

Concrete footings cost $8.53 per square foot or $164 per cubic yard. Footings add $5,324 to $15,872 to the cost of the foundation, with prices growing as the footings go deeper and wider. The

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Pier and Beam Foundation Cost

Pier and beam foundations cost between $9 and $13 per square foot, averaging $7,500 and $13,700 total. The more uniform shape the house is, the lower the cost.

  • This foundation has crawl space under it, which keeps the house away from moisture and is suitable for homes in flood-prone areas.
  • The additional space is useful for storage.
  • Plumbing, wiring, and pipework is usually under the home, making them easy to access.
  • This foundation is suitable for seismic areas.
  • The space can be moisture-rich and grow mold and mildew.
  • Drainage systems can be expensive.
  • Wood piers can be prone to termite damage and rot.
  • Floors in the home are poorly insulated if there’s no insulation under the house.
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Cost To Pour Concrete Patio Slab

A concrete patio is generally 4” thick and costs $7.53–$12.25 per square foot to install. For a typical 12×12 patio slab costs ranges from $836 to $1,776. Always reinforce slabs that are 4” thick with rebar for strength. Your final cost may be affected by many design factors.

Types Of Concrete Slabs

  • Modern Concrete

    This is your typical concrete mixed and used every day.

  • High-Strength Concrete

    This has a strength over 6,000 psi (pounds square inch)

  • Stamped Concrete

    Concrete can be “stamped” with a decorative mold to make it look like stone, brick, and more. Stamped concrete usually needs a sealer to keep its decorative component.

  • Self-Consolidating Concrete

    It eliminates the need for vibrations (the cement mixer) and is mainly used in restricted and hard-to-reach areas.

  • Glass Concrete

    Using recycled glass as the aggregate creates a visually appealing concrete.

  • Asphalt Concrete

    It is a very fast-hardening concrete that is used mainly in building roads and airports.

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Concrete Driveway Cost per Yard

Most concrete is sold and poured by the cubic yard, at $145 to $160 a yard. This is also true of driveways. Although many people are more comfortable speaking in square feet than cubic yards, it helps to know the total costs. Like costs by square foot, there are variations based on the driveway’s type, finish, and thickness.

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Above-Ground Concrete Pool Cost

If you want an above-ground concrete pool, you can expect to pay between $19,000 and $35,000 for materials and installation of a prefab model and $33,000 to $85,000 for a custom model. Although the price may be a big determining factor for most, above-ground options have their limitations. If you proceed with getting an above-ground model, make sure that you have a level backyard and that you know your municipality or homeowner’s association’s size restrictions for a backyard pool. These models also do not require digging. They start with building the walls and continue with the usual gunite building process from there. However, they need retaining walls to support the weight of the water and prevent the material from cracking.

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Driveway Installation Cost

The total cost of driveway installation depends on the size of the driveway, site conditions and the material used. Labor can make up about half of the total price per square foot while the price for new material can make up the other half. Thickness can affect material cost, especially for concrete and asphalt. Special materials, like heated driveways, are more labor-intensive and thus, more costly to complete.

Any special design choices like stamped patterns, colored stains or unique finishes can tack on at least a few more dollars per square foot. Homeowners may need their contractors to excavate plants or trees from the site, which will cost extra.

How Much Does Concrete Cost Per Square Foot Installed?

The cost of concrete per square foot installed typically falls within a range of $6 to $10, making for an average of $8 per square foot. Taking the median price into account, it hovers around $6 per square foot. Consequently, for a project covering a 1,000-square-foot area, you can anticipate total costs ranging from $6,000 to $10,000, with the midpoint estimate coming in at approximately $8,300. These figures serve as a valuable reference for budgeting when planning concrete installation projects, reflecting the variations in pricing that may be encountered depending on factors such as location, quality of materials, and labor costs.


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