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Question DetailsAsked on 8/14/2015

What is a ball park estimate to remove and replace a concrete driveway in Houston, TX?

It's large circular driveway - a little over 3000 sq ft. We want to remove the old driveway and pour the new one in the same footprint as the old one. We are in a suburb of Houston. I just need a ball park figure so we can plan for the expense. Thanks.

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For that location - probably $4-5/SF plus or minus one (assuming subgrade is good and does not need substantial replacement due to poor soils to bad drainage) - given that assumption and the size, I would expect you would be probably more in the $4/SF range or possibly even a bit lower - removal and installation complete.

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