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Our experts will install safe and long lasting steps to your property. Concrete steps or terraced stairways are the most prominent feature at the entryway of many homes

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Whether you need a brand new concrete steps installed or your current steps torn out and replaced we have the ability to handle your project better than our competitors. Call us today for your free concrete step installation estimate.


Average Cost To Build Concrete Steps

On average, concrete steps cost around $2,000. Most projects range between $900 and $5,000. Where your price falls depends on the number of steps and the size of the staircase you need. Pouring cement is about $300 per step at 2 feet wide and 11 inches deep, including materials and labor.
Average Cost: $2,000
Low: $900

What makes concrete high strength?

High–strength concrete is made by lowering the water-cement (W/C) ratio to 0.35 or lower. Often silica fume is added to prevent the formation of free calcium hydroxide crystals in the cement matrix, which might reduce the strength at the cement-aggregate bond.

How much does it cost to pour concrete steps?

On average, concrete steps cost around $2,000. Most projects range between $900 and $5,000. Where your price falls depends on the number of steps and the size of the staircase you need. Pouring cement is about $300 per step at 2 feet wide and 11 inches deep, including materials and labor.

What kind of concrete do you use for steps?

Steps constructed from QUIKRETE® Concrete Mix or QUIKRETE® 5000 High Early Strength Concrete Mix are attractive and durable, and can provide good traction is wet weather. For homes, they are usually built 48″ (14.6m) wide, or at least as wide as the door and walk they serve.

What do I need to know about concrete work?

When it comes to making concrete, the ratio of water to cement matters. Paste quality is important because the cement needs to be solid and free of empty spaces within the mixture. The portion and type of aggregates (rocks, sand, or gravel) will also play a role in the overall characteristics of the concrete.
Building your own concrete steps is a challenging and labor-intensive project, but it's also a great money saver. If you're an experienced DIYer with some knowledge of working with concrete, you can make your own steps with the right materials and some careful planning. Once you've planned your stairs, you'll need to build a sturdy sub-base and a reinforced stair form.

 

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We use unique and exclusive concrete mixes, yielding an unmatched appearance, as well as unsurpassed strength and durability. Our goal is to offer our customers the best products and services available for a fair price.

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Concrete steps can be poured right along with your walkways or entryway, so they can be colored and textured to match. Call Flint concrete for an estimate (855) 719-1222

 

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The cement reacts with the water and other ingredients to form a hard matrix that binds the materials together into a durable stone-like material that has many uses. ... Most concrete is poured with reinforcing materials (such as rebar) embedded to provide tensile strength, yielding reinforced concrete.

 

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Concrete is a composite material composed of fine and coarse aggregate bonded together with a fluid cement (cement paste) that hardens (cures) over time. In the past limebased cement binders were often used, such as lime putty, but sometimes with other hydraulic cements, such as a calcium aluminate cement or with Portland cement to form Portland cement concrete (named for its visual resemblance to Portland stone).



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