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Question DetailsAsked on 7/28/2013

I'm interested in hiring a contractor to build a 14 ft x 22 wide patio with a three foot wall. How do I know what a fair price is?

Non tumbled pavers for the patio, stone wall pavers.

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General range for a patio $10-15/SF assuming ground is essentially level now and no tree root problems of note.

Paver stone wall threw me - do you mean block or stone ? I assume you mean concrete retaining block wall like this, generally about $15-30/SF for up to about 4' height -

http://cutabovefw.com/wp-content/uplo...

If you mean stacked stone like teh following image usually about 25-40/SF for locally common stone, up to $200/SF for exotics or high-grade stone like granite -

http://www.whistlingdwarfstonework.co...

This all assumes reasonable access (not having to wheelbarrow from front drive or all the way around house), decent bearing capacity and reasonably excavated subgrade material so basically an excavate 6-12 inches, place crushed stone (and concrete footer for wall), place sand and pavers.

Answered 6 years ago by LCD




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