Cost of Stained Concrete Slabs

Item Buy Qty Low High
Material start qty $183.48 $233.93
Labor start qty $258.02 $305.99
Supplies, Tools $118.44 $137.03
Total   $559.94 $676.95

Finished Area 220 square feet

Concrete Grade Ready-mix 5000psi

Labor Unlicensed subcontractor

Site Conditions loose soil

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Stained Concrete Slabs - Pricing and Installation Cost Notes

  • Stained Concrete Slab cost estimates may require an onsite inspection. Usually these estimates will be "free". You should expect any estimate to be presented with an in-depth sales pitch/presentation.
  • The homewyse cost estimates include all typical costs for dig out site to ensure uniform slab thickness, surface height and proper runoff slope; placement of form boards and expansion joints at spacing not to exceed 12 feet; setting of reinforcement; pouring, finishing and staining of 4 inch thick, 3500+ psi integrally colored concrete.
  • The homewyse Stained Concrete Slab cost estimates do not include costs for site regrading or excavation, or demolition and removal of existing hardscaping or structure(s).
  • Higher priced Stained Concrete Slabs may include features/attributes that include more consistent coloring and color depth, more uniform surface sheen and longer life.
  • Low to High labor cost range differences are in part due to variations in work load, job location and seasonal wage rates.
  • The variation in installation costs for complex configurations (non-rectangular shape, many corners, multiple levels, etc.) can be considerable. For accurate cost estimates, collect detailed bids from several qualified professionals.
  • To maximize the payback of your Stained Concrete Slab investment, use materials and installation quality appropriate for your home and neighborhood - but be careful not to over improve. Less expensive alternatives to Stained Concrete Slabs may provide a better return on investment.
  • Reduce total project cost by having multiple vendors bid on the same, detailed work specification of your Stained Concrete Slab project.
  • Save on installation costs by combining similar jobs and by being willing to have your project completed during low demand periods for the vendor/installer.

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