How Much Does Concrete Cost?
In this video, you will learn about concrete patio company. There are a lot of questions that you might have when you are getting a concrete patio poured. Cost, material, and preparation are often things that people have questions about. The average concrete pour costs homeowners $2,400.
Labor might cost anywhere from $3-$10 per employee per hour. Another common question people might ask is if you need gravel under your concrete. Gravel might be recommended for someone who has clay soil as an underlay. If there is not gravel put down, pooling under the concrete might happen. This is especially bad because it can crack down the seam and cause pooling. Do concrete patios need rebar? It is possible to build a patio with a rebar. All concrete is subject to cracks. Rebar can help with the delay in cracking. For some homeowners, this is worth it. For other homeowners, they do not want to spend the extra money. You also might be wondering how does a contractor pours concrete. If it is a patio, you should dig out a space eight inches deep. There is a lot to know about pouring concrete. Keep watching this video for more information.