Costs soar when concrete is poured in sections like this because additional materials and labor are required to form each pad.
The overall cost of having concrete installed depends on multiple factors. Some of these are square footage, location, decorative finish, demolition, grading and more. The best way to find out what your concrete project will cost is to call two or three contractors and get quotes. This way you can compare and make sure you’re getting a fair price.
National Price Ranges for Concrete
- Plain Concrete – $2-5 per square foot
- Stamped Concrete – $5-10 per square foot (find out what factors affect stamped concrete cost)
- Colored Concrete – $5-10 per square foot
In comparison to other paving materials, concrete falls in the middle of the road price wise. It is more expensive than loose paving materials like gravel or decomposed granite, while it is more affordable than natural