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How much does concrete raising cost?

How much does concrete raising cost?

Concrete raising is typically about half the cost of replacing the same concrete.  Ultimately, the cost of raising or stabilizing concrete is a direct reflection of how much material the project will take.  A simple project to raise a slab of concrete will cost less than, if there is a large void under the slab requiring more material.  In general terms, concrete raising can cost between $2-$5 per square foot.

For example: a 10 ft. x 10 ft. section needs to be raise is 100 square feet.  This job could cost between $200 and $500 to repair.  Depending on how far the slab is settled, if there are voids present, or if other sections need to be involved in the repair, will determine where in the scale the job would be bid.  This is why RaiseRite offers FREE estimates, so our seasoned estimator can look at your project, and provide you with an accurate estimate of what it will cost to complete your specific project.

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