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Question DetailsAsked on 10/28/2014

Average cost of front door steps with brick and limestone?

Old brick steps (~5) need to completely removed.

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Depends of course on size and actual site conditions of course, but If the entire stoop concrete block has to be removed down to grade and totally replaced due to the concrete breaking up or sinking into the ground, typically about $5-10,000 for typical 5-6 foot wide steps with landing - since you have 5 steps, I would say you would be in the upper half of that range.


If only the step/landing bricks are shot and just superficial concrete damage to repair (or totally brick and only top layer - landing/step bricks - need replacement, then typically about half that cost to remove the top layer of stone/brick and replace - assuming you are talking normal brick and limestone, not specialty materials.

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