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Question DetailsAsked on 5/23/2016

Cost for cement patio 20 x 20 ft patio

Lafayette Indiana

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Sometimes in low cost areas as low as $3.50-4.00/SF for decent size jobs like yours, but generally more like $4 something to $7 something/SF, and of course on up if significant excavation is required, hard access, or going with fancy surface treatment on the concrete. In your cheap concrete and fairly cheap labor area should probably run in the lower half of that range, for a normal job. You can find a lot more prior questions with responses on this and on paver patios in the Lawn and Garden > Landscaping link in Browse Projects, at lower left.


Be sure that you have them put in a slight slope (usually 1/8"/foot) away from the house to avoid foundation area flooding, and there should be a compressible bitumastic seal between the foundation and the patio (if against the foundation) to prevent rocks and dirt from getting in there and causing pressure against the foundation when the patio expands and contracts.

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