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Question DetailsAsked on 6/4/2013

Looking to repair a front stoop 60087 area

The step that leads to the stoop is sunk into the ground.
What could be the cost to repair it?

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If concrete block or slab, here is a recent similar question and answer, and you may be able to do it yourself -

If wood, assuming it is rotten so needs replacement, a handyman or carpenter could probablly replace it for about $100-150 labor plus $25-100 materials, depending on size and whether you use treated lumber (which is advised).

If wood and not rotted, just needs support gravel or blocks - about $100-150, assuming $25 materials for a couple of bags of gravel or a few support blocks.

Answered 6 years ago by LCD

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