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Estimate to to tear out 300 square feet off patio concrete?

Got a quote of $5000 to tear out old concrete of 300 square feet and replace with new concrete includes framing joints etc. rebuilding steps is this a fair estimate?

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Normally about $2-5/SF to remove the existing slab, and about $4-9/SF (usually hovering around $5) for the new slab. A lot depends on how accessible it is - towards lower end if equipment and concrete truck can get right to it, towards higher end if have to remvoe a bit of fence to get bobocat in and have to tram debris to dumptruck in driveway and tram or pump the concrete to the patio.


You don't say how big the steps are, but if just a few 3-4 foot wide steps up to the back door in a single formed block for instance, probably another $300-400 more or thereabouts.

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